Highland League leaders Brora Rangers ground out what could be an extremely important three points come the end of the season in a thrilling encounter at Mackessack Park.
After reaching the quarter final of the Scottish Cup with a comprehensive 38-18 home win over Stirling Wolves last weekend, Highland return to league duty this weekend when they entertain Ayr in National 1.
Brora Rangers striker Paul Brindle is looking forward to going back to his roots to face his old club Clach at Grant Street in Saturday’s Scottish Cup second round tie.
Brora Rangers manager Steven Mackay dedicated his side’s North Cup triumph to lifelong fan Willie Sutherland who died in a fishing accident last month.
Recent signing Gregg Main loves being part of the new regime at Mackessack Park under new Speysiders manager Ross Jack.
Buckie Thistle boss Graeme Stewart wants players to make most of TV time in Scottish Cup tie at Bonnyrigg Rose
Buckie Thistle boss Graeme Stewart urged his players to make their own memories after their Scottish Cup second round tie against Bonnyrigg Rose was chosen for live TV.
Inverurie Locos centre-half Eric Watson has apologised to his manager Neil Cooper after footage of Saturday’s Scottish Cup first round tie appeared to show the former Cove Rangers captain head-butting Wick Academy striker Davie Allan.
Cove Rangers manager Paul Hartley has hailed teenager John Robertson after the 17-year-old came off the bench to fire his side into the third round of the Tunnock’s Caramel Wafer Cup.
The man who created history by leading Cove Rangers into the SPFL is back in football as assistant manager to Kris Hunter at Turriff United.
Eric Watson believes he has made the right choice by opting to join Inverurie Locos.
The Highland League last night confirmed the division will be made up of 17 teams next season following Cove Rangers’ promotion to the SPFL.
Cove Rangers celebrated a double success at the Highland League’s awards ceremony – for the second year in a row.
Highland League will be even more competitive after Cove’s promotion, says Fraserburgh boss Mark Cowie
Fraserburgh boss Mark Cowie believes that the Highland League might be even more competitive next season now that Cove Rangers have been promoted to SPFL League 2.
Cove Rangers ace striker Mitchel Megginson is battling to be fit for today’s crunch pyramid play-off final second leg against Berwick Rangers at Shielfield Park.
Cove Rangers captain Eric Watson is preparing for an emotional farewell to his 12-year spell at the Highland League club.
Cove Rangers co-manager John Sheran has thanked medical staff for giving him a second chance in his first interview since suffering a heart attack.
Cove Rangers centre back Scott Ross reckons the Highland League champions will hold their own in the SPFL.
Cove Rangers co-manager Graeme Mathieson hopes to finally fulfil his ambition of guiding the club into the SPFL.
Former Aberdeen midfielder Jamie Masson is confident he and his team-mates will hold their own in the SPFL – should Cove Rangers replace Berwick Rangers’ in League 2 next term.
Highland League secretary Rod Houston has told junior club Banks o’Dee the league does not have the power to offer any club a place in the Highland League.
Banks o’ Dee are not making any preparations to join the Highland League next season, according to chairman Brian Winton.
Cove Rangers striker Mitch Megginson could yet reach 50 goals for the season but for him it’s not about self-glory.
Cove Rangers assistant Graeme Mathieson urges boss John Sheran not to be tempted into attending East Kilbride clash
Graeme Mathieson was delighted to see his Cove Rangers co-manager John Sheran at training on Wednesday but has urged the former Montrose and Peterhead boss not to be tempted to take in this afternoon’s crunch pyramid play-off second leg against East Kilbride at Balmoral Stadium.
Buckie Thistle boss Graeme Stewart backs Cove Rangers to do what Jags couldn’t and see off East Kilbride
Buckie Thistle manager Graeme Stewart believes Cove Rangers will do what his Jags side failed to do two seasons ago and beat East Kilbride this Saturday to reach the pyramid play-off finals.
John Sheran playing his part to help Cove Rangers – despite missing pyramid play-off tie with East Kilbride
Cove Rangers manager John Sheran is playing his part to help his side make a winning start to the SPFL pyramid play-offs, despite being unable to travel to East Kilbride.
Formartine United defender Jevan Anderson is on the radar of English League One side Burton Albion.
Cove Rangers were crowned Highland League champions for the seventh time on Saturday after a narrow but thoroughly deserved victory at a breezy Mosset Park.
Clach midfielder Colin MacRae made his return to football just three weeks after donating bone marrow.
The Highland League championship race moves on to Mosset Park on Saturday, where Cove need just a point to retain their title.
Eric Watson accepts his time at Cove Rangers looks set to come to an end but he is determined to go out on a high.
Brora Rangers midfielder Gavin Morrison knows that only a home win over Cove Rangers this weekend will keep the Sutherland side’s slim title hopes alive.
Grant Campbell hopes he has timed his return to perfection after making his first appearance for Cove Rangers in almost a year in last Saturday’s 3-0 win over Nairn County at Balmoral Stadium.