Robert Duncanson was the big winner on the night picking up two awards at the club’s third annual Marquee in the Park event.

The former Nairn County and Clachnacuddin forward scooped the top scorer award and Player’s Player of the year in his debut season at Christie Park.

The 32 year old praised the team spirit in a difficult season.

He said: “We’ve obviously battled as team, it’s been a difficulty season to say the least but it’s improving and on a personal note it’s the second best goalscoring season I’ve had in the Highland League. I’ve really enjoyed it and it’s good to get the backing of the team and know it’s not gone unnoticed from them.”

With 19 goals in 30 appearances there was one strike which certainly stood out for the forward.

“Probably Clach away, it was a mixed day, it was disappointed not to have started against my local side who I have family links with but I went on to put one in the top corner two minutes into stoppage time.”

Robbie was one of four brought to the club by former Co-Managers Mark Gray and Doug Baxter and after a change of management team prior to Christmas he hopes to see continued improvement.

“When we came in we thought we’d be a lot higher than we are but we changed to new managers who came in with new ideas and I think it will improve on the pitch, all the players are up for it and it’s got to improve – there’s not many clubs will put on an end of season event like Huntly, even at higher levels and it deserves to be higher than it is.”

After winning the player’s player of the year trophy, Robbie admitted it was some of his long time team mates who impressed him over the course of the season.

“Sean Webb is always steady, I’ve played with him for a few years now, Ross Still has come onto his game and I’ve played with Gary McGowan before and I reckon he’ll have a big season coming up when he’s fully fit.”

order cheap propecia online generic propecia without prescription

buy atarax online
buy lansoprazole
super viagra