Alexander Thoirs has seen his side get off to a great start under Co-Manager Andy Roddie and Tommy Wilson with two wins in their first two games.

We spoke to The 28 year old who has scored in both those matches against Inverurie Loco Works and Deveronvale for his thoughts on the side’s recent form and becoming the longest serving player in the squad following the departure of Neale Davidson to Turriff United.…

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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.…

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Having made his Highland League debut for Cove against Huntly in 2013 Huntly goalkeeper Craig Reid is looking to shut out his old team mates when he goes up against league champions Cove Rangers this Saturday.

“Hopefully I did enough last weeks to keep my place from the start. It’ll be good to go up against a few old faces I know. A number of their squad have been there for years and I know them well from playing with them and when you look at their squad there are a lot of championship winners and a wealth of experience and the same goes for their Manager John Sheran who has won the league a number of times with them. It’ll be a tough game but definitely one I’m looking forward to. We know it might be backs to the wall and we’ll have to defend properly and take our chances when they come.”

Reid was on Huntly’s radar previously after he left Cove with former Manager Gregg Carrol but the keeper was pleased to be given the chance at Christie Park after a proposed move fell through due to other circumstances.

“I played quite a bit in my first season at Cove but the second one I was put out on loan to Culter and I was meant to be coming to Huntly after that but I moved away to England for a year but that was me back up just recently and I’m getting back to fitness after missing pre-season. I’ve been thrown in at the deep end having played three times already since but I’m looking to get that bit of consistency and build on it with each performance.”

With a number of injury problems in the squad recently, the player admitted he’s played through the pain barrier in recent weeks himself.

“I had a tight thigh and pulled it a few weeks ago so wasn’t able to kick properly so haven’t been able to hit goal kicks too much. As a goalkeeper you try and play through injuries.”

Having produced a number of top saves in their 2-1 defeat at Forres last week, the 21 year was disappointed to see his side leave Mosset Park empty handed.

“We put in one hundred percent and can’t fault anyone for their effort. We had some chances but didn’t capitalise on them and they scored two goals – one of which while we had ten men on the pitch and when the ball was cut back there was a number of players in the box ready to get on the end of the pass. It was a hard one to take when we were looking to push on and take something from the game.”

 Craig has currently been fighting it out for a starting place with Stuart Grant but is enjoying the competition from the Welshman

“Stuart was away with the RAF for the Aberdeenshire Shield semi-final playing in a football tournament but luckily for me I got a start so I’ve just got to take my chance now and hopefully stay in the team for as long as I can and impress the management.”

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Huntly midfielder Adam Naismith was disappointed not to see his side build on their first half display in their 2-2 draw with Strathspey Thistle. After putting the pressure on the visiting defence in the first half, they were undone by a deflected James Mackay equaliser with eight minutes to go as the former Clachnacuddin and Nairn County player felt it was two points dropped.

“It was hard to take, the first half performance was the best we’ve played since I came back to the club and the game should’ve been put to bed by half-time. It was definitely two points dropped, there was a few chances throughout the game but they come and go but guys like Dennis, Robbie and Paul are good players are will score goals despite that setback.

We changed things about in the second half and they came back into the game more so we lost it a bit after changing the shape but the tempo we played in the first half it would’ve been hard to keep that up for the full game and we had to freshen things up when they were getting their full backs pushed on.”

The 27 year old put in a steady performance in a holding midfield role but admitted he was comfortable in that position.…

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Neale Allan’s first competitive goal for the club proved to be crucial as his long range effort against Keith helped Huntly to a 2-1 derby win. After only scoring in friendly matches before Saturday he was pleased to open his account for the club.

“It’s been a long time coming I’m just glad we got the win. It was getting difficult at times especially towards the end of the game but we managed to see the game out and get the three points.”

Having impressed at centre half away to Girvan in the Scottish Cup the previous week he returned to his regular role at right back and admits he can adapt to the changes from the management team.…

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