Clachnacuddin 1 Huntly 3 (Breedon Highland League)

Huntly ended a four game win-less streak with an impressive 3-1 victory away to Clachnacuddin.

The visitors made changes from the side which suffered had a midweek Aberdeenshire Shield exit to Inverurie Loco Works. Paul Napier and Christopher Hay were on holiday as Ross Still replaced Glenn Murison in midfield while Alexander Thoirs was added to the bench.…

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Huntly 1 Inverurie Loco Works 3 (MMT Aberdeenshire Shield 1st Round)

A Greg Mitchell strike and a late double from Neil Gauld helped Inverurie Loco Works book a quarter-final meeting with Fraserburgh following a 3-1 win over Huntly.

Huntly were missing suspended duo Ross Still and Darren Wood while Reece McKeown (leg break) and Alexander Thoirs (absent) also missed out. Euan Storrier returned in goal as John Farquhar dropped to the bench. Locos were missing the injured Christopher Angus and Connor Rennie.…

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Huntly 0 Forres Mechanics 1 (Breedon Highland League)

A solitary Stuart Soane goal gave Forres Mechanics a seventh straight win at Christie Park.

Huntly welcomed back Glenn Murison in place of the absent Kai Ross while John Farquhar continued in goal after Euan Storrier was ineligible against his parent club due to a loan agreement.…

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Wick Academy 2 Huntly 2 (Breedon Highland League)

Wick Academy and Huntly fought out a draw at Harmsworth Park for the third straight season with a 2-2 draw.

The home side were without the Steven brothers Michael and Grant while Huntly made four changes to the side which exited the Scottish Cup the week before.  John Farquhar, Alexander Thoirs, Paul Napier and Nicholas Gray came in for starts as Euan Storrier and David Booth were unavailable.…

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Huntly 1 East Stirlingshire 4 (William Hill Scottish Cup 1st Round)

East Stirlingshire showed their second half dominance to advance to the second round with a 4-1 win as Huntly crashed out of the Scottish Cup in the first round for the second consecutive season.

Huntly were without the suspended Glenn Murison as Paul Napier, Alexander Thoirs and Ryan McRitchie were added to the subs bench.…

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