After netting an own goal midweek, Huntly midfielder Ross Still was on target at the right end yesterday when he netted the winner in a 2-1 derby victory over Keith.
The 22 year thought he'd scored the opening goal only for it to be deemed an own goal by the match officials but he came up with with a well-taken finish five minutes later for the winning goal to take his tally to the season to six.

Read more: Midfielder's delight after derby winner

Huntly's Matthew McDonald has revealed he jumped at the chance to return to the club on a permanent basis. With three goals in six appearances since signing, the forward has given the Huntly frontline a physical threat and he's pleased to be back at Christie Park under Manager Charlie Charlesworth.

 

The 22 year old originally signed for the club in December 2015 from Keith but would move to Cove Rangers initially on loan in September 2016 before transferring to Inverurie Loco Works eleven months later.…

Read more: McDonald delighted to complete Huntly return

Huntly winger Neale Davidson is raring to go as he starts his second spell back at Christie Park. The winger returned to the club earlier this month from Turriff United. Huntly winger Neale Davidson is raring to go as he starts his second spell back at Christie Park. The winger returned to the club earlier this month from Turriff United and we spoke to the 26 year old about coming back from a third leg break and recapturing the form which help him win numerous player of the year awards during his first spell in black and gold.

Read more: Winger aims to recapture old form after coming back for second spell

While there have been a number of changes off the pitch at Huntly, there has been a significant change on the pitch with Michael Clark named the new team captain.

The appointment came after the arrival of the club’s new management team and the Insch-based defender was delighted with the new role.…

Read more: New Captain delighted to be given armband

Huntly defender Michael Clark helped his side to a share of the points in Saturday’s 2-2 draw with Clachnacuddin.

After Gary McGowan missed a penalty early on in the second half, the black and gold’s were awarded another two later in the game and 22 year old Clark stepped up twice to take his tally for the season to three goals and become the current top scorer.

Listen to our exclusive interview below to hear what he had to say on the draw and facing Banks O’ Dee in the Scottish Cup tomorrow.…

Read more: Clark at the double in Clach draw

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