Huntly got off to a winning start under new Co-Managers Andy Roddie and Tommy Wilson with a 2-1 win over manger-less Inverurie Loco Works.

Wilson had been involved in the Gordon derbies as a player with both sides and was delighted to take three points in his first game as Co-Manager.

He said: “It’s a great start, we only had one training session with the player and only got to meet some others on the day of the game and managed to get a performance out of them, I thought the team were excellent in the first half and deserved to be in front. The second half we had to dig in which you have to do against a good Locos side.”

As Huntly secured their first home win since 1st October, Wilson was pleased with the goals they scored.

He added: “I though the, first goal was a great move from Jordan Morrice while the second some saw Alexander Thoirs with a lot to do but he showed great composure to finish it off.”

Having left Huntly for Inverurie Loco Works back in 2002, the former Cove Rangers midfielder who enjoyed two cup wins over a four year spell at Christie Park was pleased to be back at the club after a fourteen year absence.

“It’s been a long time since I was last here, but the club has always been fond in my heart. I know from playing here it’s a great club to play for and to come back here in my first game in charge with Andy is brilliant.”

The 39 year old had played alongside fellow Co-Manager Andy Roddie at Inverurie Loco Works and most recently had been working together at junior side Colony Park. Now sharing the responsibility of managing in the Highland League, Tommy is looking forward to the new role alongside his former team mate.

“I’ve played with Andy, worked with him at Colony Park and he has the same thoughts as me on the game and we work well together.

Huntly have been getting beat quite a lot this season and with that the confidence goes but we’re under no illusions – it’s only one win we’ve had. If we’d gotten beat we wouldn’t have been going home disappointed as it’s just the beginning of a job for us. We’ll be looking to play a certain way and move on the game at Brora which will be a difficult fixture and take it one game at a time.”


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