Nairn County recorded their biggest league win of the season with an impressive 5-1 home win over Huntly at Station Park.
With the first three goals coming from corners and free kicks, Manager Ronnie Sharp is pleased his side are now starting to deliver off of set pieces.

Huntly Manager Martin Skinner was unhappy with the defensive display from his side after their heaviest defeat of the season…

Read more: Podcast 2018/19: Nairn County v Huntly

Huntly made it three away wins from three in the league following an impressive second half at Lossiemouth.
It took the visitors 41 minutes to find the opening goal as Assistant Manager Ricky Cheyne admitted the hosts made it difficult for his side in the early stages.

Lossiemouth failed to register a shot on target and after a seventeenth league game without a win, Manager Joe Russell admitted conceding a goal before the break had an effect on his team.

Read more: Podcast 2018/19: Lossiemouth v Huntly (includes bonus player interview)

An early second half goal saw Brora Rangers take all three points.
Huntly Manager Martin Skinner was disappointed his side didn't take a share of the points.

Read more: Podcast 2018/19: Huntly v Brora Rangers

A brace from Gary McGowan helped Huntly to a third straight derby win over neighbours Keith. New Huntly Manager Martin Skinner rang the changes following their Aberdeenshire Cup exit to Deveronvale and felt his side were worthy of the three points.

Keith Player-Coach Jamie Lennox felt his side had done enough to take a share of the points.…

Read more: Podcast 2018/19: Keith v Huntly

An early winner from Graeme Watt was the difference as Deveronvale secured a one-nil win over Huntly to set up a semi-final meeting with Cove Rangers.
We spoke to new Manager Martin Skinner after the game for his views on the cup exit.

Read more: Podcast 2018/19: Deveronvale v Huntly (Aberdeenshire Cup)

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