After putting in a man of the match performance in Saturday’s nil-nil draw with Deveronvale, Huntly’s Craig Dorrat felt it was two points dropped from his side.

Read more: Dorrat Disappointed At Dropping Points In Vale Draw

Huntly’s Fraser Hobday had a busy day in goal in Saturday’s three-nil defeat at Wick Academy. The Scorrie’s registered an impressive 21 goal attempts as the goalkeeper admitted it could’ve been a bigger defeat.

“We always it was going to be a difficult game. The game plan was to stay tight and try and limit their chances but after they scored their first lost our shape a bit and that didn’t help and obviously the second goal I wasn’t best pleased with and I’ll take full responsibility for that one. After that it was just chance after chance and I was happy to do by bit in the end to make up for the mistake I made.”

With the first two goals on Saturday conceded within a nine minute spell, the 19 year admitted they needed to defend better.…

Read more: Goalkeeper Impressive In Wick Defeat

Huntly forward Adam McNamee struck late on to give his side their first points of the season after netting a late winner over Inverurie Loco Works.

Going into the fixture on the back of a nine game win-less streak he admitted it was a big lift to his side.…

Read more: McNamee Happy To Help His Side End Run Of Losses

Huntly’s Dean Donaldson felt the recent defeat to Forres Mechanics was a game of two halves after his side passed up chances which could’ve seen the momentum swing in their favour going into the break.…

Read more: Donaldson Looking To End Losing Streak

Huntly’s Murray McCulloch admitted it was a game of two halves as they went down three-nil away to Forres Mechanics. Having went into the game off the back of an Aberdeenshire Cup exit to Banks O’ Dee he felt they could’ve built on their first half showing.…

Read more: McCulloch Looking For Response Following Recent Results

order cheap propecia online generic propecia without prescription

buy atarax online
buy lansoprazole
super viagra