Huntly’s match day squad last Saturday at Fort William was a relatively young one with the average age of the sixteen-man squad twenty-two years old (six of those who were under twenty).

 

At sixteen years of age, Insch youngster Michael Clark was the youngest of Dave McGinlay’s new squad and Clark was pleased to get his chance in the 2-1 win.

 

“I’m delighted to have stepped up with the first team, it was a good team performance and we all worked hard for each other to get a good result in the end. We were one-nil up and missed a couple of chances and credit to Fort William they capitalised on it and made it count scoring just before half-time and it almost came back to bite us but we stood firm and defended well in the end.”

 

Having come into the side as a sub against Peterhead in the back three, he has been playing with two experienced campaigners who are both at least twice his age with Neil Reid (32) and Mark Gray (33) and Michael admitted he is willing to learn from the pair.

 

“Mark and Neil have been there for me the whole way talking me through games. It’s early days for me as a centre half but with top players like them I think I’ll be in safe hands.

 

I’m thankful for the support that my team-mates and management have given me so far.”

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