Huntly’s Sam McKenzie is looking to pick up where he left off after returning to the side in their six-nil win over Rothes. The former Keith player had played the first thirteen matches for the Strathbogie side this term before he was sidelined through a dislocated knee while training on the all-weather surface at Banks O’ Dee.


After lasting the whole game he is now aiming to put four months of injury hell behind and take back his place in the black and gold’s defence.


“It’s been a frustrating four months having to watch from the sidelines. I have been back on the astroturf since I injured my knee and I felt ready to play so it was a case of waiting for my chance to get back into the team.

A lot has happened at the club in that time and I now want to concentrate on getting a run of games and getting back playing and that helped with getting ninety minutes under my belt at the weekend. There was plenty of goals scored but a big positive was that we managed to keep our first clean sheet in the league this season. ”


It was a relatively young backline with the back four aged 25 or under but with goalkeeping coach Richard Bowman donning the gloves following the departure of Shaun Barney as coach Mark Gray went with a mixture of youth and experience.


“We were helped having the experience of Richard Bowman in behind and he was delighted to get his first shut-out. We seemed to be gelling well together and there’s a lot of communication and we’re carrying that into training at present by trying to get the defenders all playing together and it seems to be paying off. With Mark Gray playing himself we’ve had the benefit of Martin Stewart helping out in the dugout and both have a wealth of experience and I take on board any advice they can give me.”

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