Neale Davidson was rolling back the years recently after playing as a left wing back in recent games against Inverurie Loco Works and Wick Academy.

The primary school teacher played in the same role during his first full season in the Highland League and he’s enjoying finding that same form again after a return from injury.…

Read more: Davidson Impressive In Return To Old Role

Huntly’s Fraser Hobday admitted it was one of the toughest draws his side could’ve got when they were paired with Turriff United in the Breedon Aggregates Highland League Cup. The goalkeeper who was in attendance for the draw at Harlaw Park knows his side will have to be at their best after they were knocked out by United at the same stage last season at Christie Park.

“It was a going to be a tough draw but we know if we go in with the right mental attitude and good team spirit it’s a winnable game and if we can all prove together there’s no reason why we can’t do it.

We’ve been on the end of some defeats from Turriff in recent games but like them we’ll be looking to progress and play our style of football and not let them get the better of us. The last couple of times we’ve played them we’ve let in some sloppy goals so we’ll be looking to cut that out.”

It’s been just over a week since the black and gold’s appointed Douglas Baxter and Mark Gray as Co-Managers and the 20 year old said the players are out to impress the new management.…

Read more: Goalkeeper Reacts To Cup Draw & Looking To Upset Wick

Huntly left back Blair Johnston came off the bench in his side’s 3-1 derby defeat to Inverurie Loco Works on Saturday for the first time since breaking his fibula against former side Formartine United back on March 14th. After his first outing for nine months he was pleased to finally end his wait for a comeback.

“I knew it’d be frustrating sitting out for such a long time, I didn’t get up to any games after I got injured at the end of last season. This season I’d been watching games but you just want to get out there and play

It’s been a long time and a lot of hard work over the last couple of months to get back running and training and as that went on I knew my return was getting close, I even got disappointed we’d had under 20s games postponed as I was desperate to get a game but you can expect that at this time of year.

I knew it would take a while after the break but it’s more a relief than anything to be back playing again and just to get back on the pitch.”

An hour before kick-off there were doubts on the game going ahead with Referee Dan McFarlane concerned about some areas of the playing surface but Blair was happy to come through the second half without any problems.…

Read more: Full Back Pleased To Be Back After Nine Month Lay-off

Huntly top scorer David Booth kept up his impressive run of scoring in the Scottish Cup in Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Lothian Thistle Hutchison Vale. The forward made it 8 goals in his last 10 Scottish Cup appearances but felt his side should’ve built on a good first half display.

“I thought we played well in the first half and possibly should’ve gone in more than one-nil up before things turned negative into the second half. To be fair, I thought they deserved a draw as we sat too deep and invited them on. They’re equaliser had been coming as the second half went on. I felt isolated in the second half and we couldn’t put the same pressure on them, our midfield was on top of our defence. our passing at times let us down and we had chances to get in behind but we know we’ll have to be a lot better in the replay in order to come away with a win.”

After netting four times in the national cup competition the 28 year old was unlucky not to have scored more in the first half.…

Read more: Booth Sees Side Fail To Build On First Half Display

Huntly’s Neale Davidson was pleased to return to action after eight months on the sidelines after suffering a broken leg against Deveronvale on March 21st

After coming off the bench for Saturday’s 4-2 defeat to Turriff United he admitted it was good to be back

“It was a long, frustrating period without football but I’m really pleased to be back and now I’ve just got to keep on playing games and working hard in training to get match fit.  I was on the end of a tough tackle within minutes of coming on but I probably needed that at the time just to get used to playing again and making sure the leg is strong. Coming through and taking a tackle has given me confidence.”

The 24 year old primary school teacher had started 133 consecutive league matches prior to his injury and was named as Huntly Fans Player of the Year for the last three years but stated he wasn’t used to being on the sidelines.…

Read more: Davidson Delighted To Return Following Leg Break

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