Three years after retiring through a shoulder injury, former Huntly goalkeeper Neil Hastie is back at Christie Park this time as the club’s new physio.

After re-joining the club on Saturday for their 4-4 draw with Wick Academy he felt it was different feeling going back in a new capacity.

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Huntly midfielder Lewis Ingram was disappointed not to see his side take all three points against an in-form Lossiemouth. The local midfielder felt his side had enough chances to secure back-to-back home league wins.

“We felt the more disappointed of the two sides after the game, I thought we dominated the first half and started the second half reasonably good and the boys in dressing room are frustrated to only come away with one point.”

A change of system to 4-3-3 produced more chances as Ingram felt the tactical change benefited the home side.

“We looked a lot more offensive playing a different formation and looking more of a threat but we also looked a lot more solid at the back they didn’t cause us too much too much trouble.”

The 21 year old has started the last two matches after Co-Managers Mark Gray and Doug Baxter were hit by selection problems but he admitted he was happy to take his chance.

“The first couple of games of the season I wasn’t really getting a look-in but with an injury crisis and some others unavailable I got a chance and that’s what I’ve got to do.”

With a number of new signings coming in this season, Lewis knows that there is plenty of competition for places.

“We’ve taken in some real class with the signing we made and we’ve had to work hard to get a number of those player to the club but it’s made a real impact on the club, you can feel there’s a buzz about the place and everyone is looking forward to this season and we’ve still players to come back into the squad too.”

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Huntly forward Paul Napier was pleased with overall display from his side despite being held to a goal-less draw with Lossiemouth.

We spoke to the 29 year old in an exclusive audio interview for his thoughts on the game and linking up with some of his former Buckie Thistle team mates again.…

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Wyness Looks To Continue Lengthy Career After Huntly Move

Huntly forward Dennis Wyness is keen to show he still has something to offer despite being in the latter stages of his career.

The 39 year old was the first summer signing for the club and he was looking forward to writing a new chapter in a long career which has seen him play in a number of different levels in Scotland.…

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Huntly midfielder Ian Cruickshank enjoyed an impressive end to the 2015/16 season picking up three awards over the course of a weekend.

The 29 year old received Huntly’s Clubman award at the Highland League awards dinner and just one night later he was voted both the players and official’s player of the year.

Speaking after picking up a double at the second annual Marquee in the Park dance, he was pleased to cap off a fine individual season.

“It’s very nice to have these awards, I appreciate it although it would’ve been nice to finish a bit higher up the table but I’m pleased to have won three awards and hopefully I can build on that going into next season.

To get recognition from both players and officials at the club is great vote of confidence and it’s good to have those people backing me. I came runner-up for the player player’s player of the year last season to Blair Johnston, so it’s nice to go one better this time around.“

Cruickshank showed his versatility in the second half of the season playing in attack and the change of role paid off as he was able to weigh in with a number of goals and he was disappointed the season came to an end after hitting top form late on.

“I spoke to Doug Baxter in the last week of the season saying I wish it didn’t have to end, for me it was just kicking off. I was doing well and I would’ve been good to have gotten a run going but I’ll now have to pick up where I left off next season as soon as I get my suspension out of the play in the first game.”

After netting 8 goals in 32 games, the player finished runner up to David Booth for the second straight season for the top scorer award but he said he was able to have a laugh about with the player who departed for Turriff United in January.

“I was having a bit of banter with him, he was up front up until late January and I only had a few games in that position and I nearly caught up with him.”

With a change in management in early with Doug Baxter and Mark Gray taking over, Ian felt that things off the park have been good under the two former Huntly midfielders.

“There’s been a good about the place since Doug came in to join up with Mark and I think our performances in the last third of the season have shown that. There are positives to take out of the games in the latter half of the season and we now need to build on that to move up the table.”

With fellow midfielder Glenn Murison picking up two awards in his debut season Cruickshank feels there is a good mix of youth and experience coming through at the club just now.

“I think for this first season, Glenn has coped really well and the longer he stays in the team the more comfortable he’ll become in the Highland League and he will grow and improve as a player playing with experienced players. He did well to beat myself and Alexander Thoirs for one of his awards, who I must add has had a good season himself as he’s a quality player.”

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