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.

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Huntly ended a four game win-less streak with an impressive 3-1 victory away to Clachnacuddin.
Manager Martin Skinner admitted it was the type of performance he was looking for.

Skinner was pleased to see David Booth back in the starting eleven and praised the player for his part in all three goals. …

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A Greg Mitchell strike and a late double from Neil Gauld help Inverurie Loco Works book a quarter-final meeting with Fraserburgh following a 3-1 win over Huntly.

Huntly Manager Martin Skinner admitted conceding two goals inside a four minute spell proved costly as his side exited the Shield in the first round for the second consecutive season.

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Wick Academy and Huntly fought out a draw at Harmsworth Park for the third straight season with a 2-2 draw.

Wick Manager Tom McKenna admitted his side showed a lot of character to earn a share of the points after letting an early lead slip.

Huntly Manager Martin Skinner admitted he was disappointed to concede a later equaliser with Huntly so close ending an eight year win-less streak at Harmsworth Park.…

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East Stirlingshire showed their second half dominance to advance to the second round with a 4-1 win at Huntly.

Huntly Manager Martin Skinner admitted his side ended the first half brightly but failed to show the same improvement after the break.

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