Goals from Gary McGowan (2) and Michael Clark helped Huntly record their highest away win over Turriff United and move up to eighth place.
After seeing his side net the opening goal ninety seconds before the interval, Manager Martin Skinner admitted it was perfect timing.

With one win out of their last nine league matches, Turriff Manager Kris Hunter had no complaints over the outcome of the game.…

Read more: Podcast 2018/19: Turriff United v Huntly

Four second half goals helped Huntly see off shot-shy Lossiemouth and set up a quarter-final tie away to Cove Rangers.

After a frustrating first half where his side had fifteen goal attempts but couldn’t find a breakthrough, Huntly Manager Martin Skinner was delighted to see his side progress to the next round.

Lossiemouth failed to register a single shot on target as Manager Joe Russell was disappointed with the second half display.

Read more: Podcast 2018/19: Lossiemouth v Huntly (Highland League Cup 1st Round)

Formartine United made it seven league games unbeaten with an impressive second half display running out four-nil winners over Huntly.
United Player-Manager Paul Lawson was delighted with the reaction he got from his side following the interval.
With Huntly Manager Martin Skinner serving a suspension, Assistant Manager Ricky Cheyne took charge and felt his side failed to build on a good first half display.

Read more: Podcast 2018/19: Formartine United v Huntly

A stoppage time winner from Nicholas Gray saw Huntly go three games unbeaten as the forward netted the only goal in a one-nil win away to Rothes.

Assistant Manager Ricky Cheyne was pleased to see his side net late on as they kept up a fourteen game unbeaten run against the Speyside outfit.…

Read more: Podcast 2018/19: Rothes v Huntly

Fraserburgh came from two goals down to earn a share of the points away to HuntlyFraserburgh came from two goals down to earn a share of the points away to HuntlyThe Broch have now gone twelve league games unbeaten against Huntly as Manager Mark Cowie was delighted with the character his side showed to come from behind.
Huntly Manager Martin Skinner admitted it was a game of two halves for his side that haven’t beaten Fraserburgh in the league since August 2012.
Finally, Huntly Captain Michael Clark was pleased to play his part in helping his side to a share of the point having gone in goal late on following a facial injury to Euan Storrier.

Read more: Podcast 2018/19: Huntly v Fraserburgh

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