Fraserburgh ran out comfortable winners scoring seven at home to Huntly for the second season in succession.

The Broch had a number of injury problems while Cameron Booth return from suspension for Huntly who had Alexander Thoirs (work commitments) and Alexander Jack (injury) both missing.

Huntly threatened in the first minute as the returning Gary McGowan forced Edward Flinn to turn round the post.

The game was over as a contest early on when the home side netted five times in a fifteen minute spell.

Michael Clark handled in the box for a penalty in the fourteenth minute as Paul Campbell netted form the spot to open the scoring.

Lewis Davidson got forward three minutes and ignored claims off offside before crossing for Captain Paul Young to bundle in from close range.

In the 26th minutes, the Huntly defence had two opportunities to clear the ball inside their own box before Paul Campbell added his second with a low shot.

A minute later, Scott Barbour looked to be offside but before firing past Euan Storrier with a composed finish.

Aidan Combe made it five before the half-hour mark with a low drive after Storrier denied Butcher.

Six minutes from the interval, Kai Ross played in strike partner David Booth whose chipped shot forced

Half-Time: Fraserburgh 5 Huntly 0

Fraserburgh extended their lead in the 61st minute with Sean Butcher turning in a Ryan Cowie corner for the Broch’s 100th league goal of 2018/19.

Huntly grabbed a consolation in the 67th minute when David Booth’s cross was sent into the box and an attempted clearance by Bryan Hay spun off the post before coming back to substitute nicholasgrayNicholas Gray who turned his marker before scoring from close range.

Two minutes later Ross played a through ball for McGowan but the Huntly top scorer’s shot was blocked by Flinn.

Into the final minute, Michael Clark failed to get rid of the ball outside his own box before losing out to Scott Barbour. He played in Greg Buchan who saw an effort blocked by Storrier before Barbour lifted a shot beyond the keeper following the rebound.

Fraserburgh (4-2-3-1)
Huntly (4-4-2)

1 Edward Flinn

2 Lewis Davidson
3 Bryan Hay
5 Kieran Simpson
4 Ryan Cowie

6 Michael Rae
8 Paul Young (captain)

9 Paul Campbell
10 Sean Butcher
7 Aiden Combe

11 Scott Barbour

1 Euan Storrier

18 Bradley Manson
4 Michael Clark
5 Ryan McRitchie
3 Blair Johnston

19 Paul Napier
6 Glenn Murison
7 Ross Still
11 Gary McGowan

10 David Booth
8 Kai Ross


12 Greg Buchan (Combe 64:49)
14 Graham Johnston
15 Nathan Stuart (Campbell 81:23)
16 Ryan Sargent
17 Arnadas Cepulis (Butcher 85:22)
21 Paul Leask


9 Nicholas Gray (Napier 63:42)
12 Cameron Booth
13 Matthew Johnson
15 Matthew McDonald (D Booth 75:49)
16 Tom Andrews
17 Cory Ritchie (McRitchie 54:27)
21 Cameron Chyla

Management Team

  • Mark Cowie (Manager, pictured)
  • James Duthie (Assistant Manager)
  • Alex Mair (Coach)
  • Billy Gordon (Coach)
  • Antony Sherlock (Coach)
  • Sarah Robertson (Physio)

Management Team

  • Martin Skinner (Manager, pictured)
  • Richard Cheyne (Assistant Manager)
  • John Farquhar (Coach)
  • Neale Davidson (Coach)
  • James McGovern (First Aid)
  • William Beaton (Kitman)
Referee: Paul McAvinue
Assistant Referee 1: Brian Fowlie
Assistant Referee 2: Daniel Donohoe

  1. Paul Campbell (14:29 penalty)
  2. Paul Young (17:56)
  3. Paul Campbell (26:18)
  4. Scott Barbour (26:18)
  5. Aiden Combe (29:45)
  6. Sean Butcher (61:35)
  7. Scott Barbour (89:23)
  1. Nicholas Gray (67:04)
  1. Paul Campbell (80:48)
  1. Ross Still (35:12)
  2. Michael Clark (82:09)
Sendings off
Match Statistics
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