Huntly midfielder Glenn Murison was pleased to cap off his debut season for the club after picking up two awards. The 18 year old was named young player and fans player of the year just over a year after making his Huntly debut.

Speaking after the awards presentation, the youngster said: “I’m really chuffed my team mates voted for me, I didn’t expect this but I’m happy about and the only thing to do now is build on it going into next season.

I’m happy I got the backing from the fans too, I found out I finished ahead of Alexander Thoirs and Ian Cruickshank to win that award and they're two experienced players I just want to keep proving myself now as I go into my second season.”

The schoolboy ended Fraser Hobday’s two year grip on the young player of the year award but at the same time he was pleased to see three locals all nominated for the award.

“Fraser Hobday did well to win the award two years in a row but it shows there is local talent in this area, Joe Burr and Lewis Ingram got the other votes but the three of us have played regular in the under 20s this past season and looking to the future we’ll hopefully play a lot more together in the first team for Huntly.”