We Are Taking Time To Consider Our Options

A warm welcome everyone to today's game, with a special welcome to our friends from Rothes.I am looking forward to welcoming the Committee & Officials from today's opponents, particularly given the generous hospitality we enjoyed earlier in the season. Rothes like us have had a difficult season both on and off the park and I am sure both teams are looking forward to trying to finish the season with a good run of results.


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We Can Take Positives From Last Weeks Performance / Upcoming Events

Good afternoon and welcome to our supporters and sponsors, and our visitors Wick Academy, for today’s Press & Journal Highland League match. Today’s game is an opportunity for us to get back to winning ways. As I am sure everyone who attended last week’s match with Formartine will be agree our performance was much better that the score line suggested. I am sure that Dave and Jim will take the positives from last week’s match and put them to good use, emphasising to the players that we are moving in the right direction in terms of our performances. I am sure that with a few breaks, which every team need over the course of the season, and a few decisions going our way, we can start to collect points again and move up the league table.

This week’s match will be no easier than last week, with our visitors looking to put last week’s home defeat by Forres behind them. There is no doubt that Wick are seen by many as one of the favourites for the league title this year. Until last week’s reversal their early season form, and home record in particular, has been very impressive. Barry Wilson has put together a squad with a good blend of youth and experience and I expect a very competitive match today…

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The participants in the Huntly FC sponsored cycle were blessed with a bright sunny (if breezy) afternoon on Sunday 30 June. 65 cyclists took part in the event departing from Huntly Football Club at 1.00 pm. There were three drink stations along the 16 mile route. Some of the more serious cyclists did not stop at all. Local PE teacher, Matt Donaldson, completed the route in 47 minutes. Everyone else found their way back to the Huntly Football Club in their own time.


There followed a BBQ and some liquid refreshments at the Social Club.

Dr Carter would like to thank all the participants for making the event a great success.

Special thanks also to everyone who sponsored the cyclists and to all the volunteers who helped run the event on the day.

The sponsorship monies are gradually being collected and I am delighted by how much has been donated so far. Once all the monies have been counted, I will announce the final amount on the club website and The Huntly Express.

Read more: Recap of Sponsored Cycle Run

Good afternoon and welcome to Christie Park for our final game of the season.

Firstly we would like to extend our thanks to all of our supporters and sponsors for their backing during the 2012/13 season.…

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Good afternoon and welcome to Christie Park for today's encounter with Brora.

It's been another topsy-turvy week.…

Read more: It's Been Another Topsy-Turvy Week

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