Huntly continue to add to their squad ahead of the 2016/17 season with another former player returning to the club.

Utility player Adam Naismith (26) has today completed a return to Christie Park just over three years since he departed for Nairn County.

Speaking on getting his former team mate back to the club, Huntly Co-Manager Mark Gray said: “Getting Adam back to the club is a very good piece of business. I know him well having played with him for almost three years. He’s a real utility player who can play anywhere in defence or midfield and you know what you get with him - he’ll get stuck in but can also create a lot.

He adds a lot to the team, he’s adaptable with a good positional sense and we need that type of player in the team.”

Naismith spent two seasons with Clachnacuddin after coming through the youth ranks at Ross County and after 69 appearances for the Lilywhites he was snapped up by then Huntly boss John Teasdale in the summer of 2010.

Adam showed his versatility during his time at Christie Park both in defence and midfield and the hard working player scored two goals over 107 appearances before departing for Nairn in March 2013 where he featured 124 times.

overall record (2010/11 - present)  
  Start Sub Bench Total Goals Strike Rate
Highland League 74 13 3 90 1 0.01
Aberdeenshire Cup 3 0 0 3 0 0.00
Aberdeenshire Shield 3 0 1 4 0 0.00
Scottish Cup 5 2 0 7 1 0.14
League Cup 3 0 0 3 0 0.00
Overall 88 15 4 107 2 0.02

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