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A double-brace from Robert Duncanson helped Huntly to a 5-2 win at Fort William.

After going five goals up, Co-Manager Mark Gray admitted it was a nervy finish as Fort struck back with two goals late on.

“They’ve scored a great goal with their first goal which was an absolutely worldy of a strike and the same player’s scores a free kick minutes later and both were goals worthy of winning any game.

We got caught a little for the first goal with our shape, we’d had a man advantage at that point, we had debated at the time whether it was a free kick as the referee never gave it but to be fair to Davidson the finish was top class.

We were fortunate we got the goal late in the first half as Fort played well on a tight pitch and probably deserved something at that stage of the game. The pitch has been made smaller over the years and they’re not scared to commit going forward almost going with four in attack at times.

We managed to get through that and we got the goal before half-time and reminded the players they needed to work harder – we hadn’t really started the way we know we can and Robbie got another two quick goals and that’s what we’re asking for – every game is hard is this league. At two nil up, if they get a goal they’re right back in it.”

Gray was full of praise for top scorer Duncanson who netted four in a seventeen minute spell.

“Robbie showed he’s finding the form he had at Nairn – he drifts in from the wide area getting on the ball and he makes space and opportunities for himself, he’s hit the post and could’ve scored more than four.”

As Duncanson grabbed four, Ross Still got off the mark after only making his competitive debut at the start of the month which was pleasing for Gray.

“He has needing game time to get himself back to match sharpness, he’s getting there, he’s a big lad and can pass a ball and is good in the air and we saw with the goal when the ball has been put back in he’s stayed up at the back post and he’s been able to stretch for the ball and finish it well.”

One surprise inclusion in the team on Saturday was Craig Reid being handed a debut with Mark admitting it was a good chance to assess the former Cove Rangers goalkeeper in a competitive game.

“Obviously it’s hard for a keeper trying to get games but we spoke to Stuart Grant who had kept a clean sheet at Fraserburgh saying we wanted to have a look at Craig and he’s done well. He’s commanded his area and made some good saves so it’s another good keeper on the books.”

Gray and fellow Co-Manager Doug Baxter became the first Huntly management to win successive games at Claggan Park for the first time since 2012 and the former midfielder admitted the picturesque venue had been a tricky one to go to in recent years.

“We’d struggled at Fort William in recent seasons prior to the win we had in April with a couple of draws and to come away with a 5-2 win were absolutely delighted because Fort are a better team than what their league position shows. The guys up front along with Martin Munro out wide are good players and I feel they’ve vastly improved under Ally Ewen.”

Fort William Assistant Manager Kevin Munro was pleased with how his side finished the game but felt losing goals in a short spell was costly.

“We did well later on in the game, it was disappointing going in at half-time one-nil  down having played well the majority of the first half only to concede but in fairness to Duncanson he’d been giving us problems all game.

At half-time we thought we were well in the game and were confident we could get back in it but a minute and half in they score a second and we were on the back foot. I told the players we can’t give Robbie too much space with the quality he has.”

Munro stated he had no complaints over Referee Alan Proctor’s decision to give goalkeeper David Harrison a straight red for handling outside the area.

“It was very close whether he was inside the box or out but rules are rules and the hands were high so there was nothing the referee could do but send him off.”

The fort number two paid tribute to goalscorer Scott Davidson with the former Clach player netting a superb brace.

“It was two very well-taken goals – it shows the class he’s got, Scott had a number of chances in the first half and our goal attempts were well into double for the whole game and after not taking those opportunities it came back to hurt us.

We’re not giving teams an easy game at Claggan Park, we’re playing well and for myself and Ally (Ewen) that’s the most frustrating thing as we should be getting more points than what we are.”

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