A warm welcome today to Buckie Thistle FC for our Highland League encounter.

After a poor midweek display we are looking to bounce into today with a performance that we know we are due. Results have slightly improved which is a positive but frustrations remain with our last good showing being in 2018.

Only seven days since we last played so both teams will have a rough idea what to expect. Of late you never know what Buckie team is going to turn up, though they seem to be getting back to full strength after a horrendous period of injuries. Buckie at full strength should be challenging for the league next year.

We’re in for a ninety minute battle as both teams desperately need the three points. Should make for good watching!!!

Enjoy the game

Clarky

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It has been frustrating the last few weeks with no football but eventually we will get a run out.

New faces in the last month have livened things up at training with the added competition, midfielder Cammy Booth looks a good addition after his release from Turriff United.…

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We come into today’s game after a couple of weeks without one so the boys are eager for it.

The squad have had a good few weeks training and friendly in between and the last two performances against Turriff United and Buckie Thistle have had plenty positives so hopefully we can get the points today.…

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Last Saturday for us was a very disappointing result against Keith and I didn't feel it was a 4-1 game. we had started poorly after conceding two goals early on and gave ourselves an uphill struggle.

Looking at today’s fixture, the boys are eager to bounce back with a win against an ever improving Fort William. They are a side who have won twice in recent games at Christie Park so by no means will it be an easy encounter.

Gary

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Welcome everyone to Christie Park for our Highland League Cup game against Brora Rangers.

It is a game we can look forward to after a hard earned win against Fraserburgh in the last round.

We are well aware of the strengths of Brora having met them in the league already although we can take confidence from the fact we were able to grind out a result against Clachnacuddin last Saturday with a late goal to give us a point.

We will go into the game having come through another tough game against Formartine United on Wednesday but the League Cup again brings added excitement with the opportunity to get into the later stages of the competition which is something we are desperate to achieve.

Sean

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