Caithness face a stiff examination when they entertain third placed West of Scotland in Tennent’s National League Division 3.
Harry Milne wants to finish off Auchinleck Talbot at the second time of asking as Cove Rangers prepare for their Scottish Cup replay on Saturday.
Cove Rangers banish thoughts of Fraserburgh tie as Scottish Cup replay against Auchinleck Talbot looms
Cove Rangers will put all thoughts of an all Highland League meeting away to Fraserburgh well to one side this Saturday when they travel to Ayrshire for their Scottish Cup 2nd Round replay with Auchinleck Talbot.
Banks o’ Dee defender Neale Allan believes his side have nothing to fear in tonight’s Aberdeenshire Cup final against Cove Rangers.
Nairn County vice-captain Glenn Main made his 400th appearance for his hometown club in Saturday’s 2-2 draw at Inverurie Locos.
Clachnacuddin chairman Alex Chisholm insists the Lilywhites will take their time appointing a successor to Iain Polworth, who resigned last week.
Chris Angus backs Inverurie Locos to inflict double knockout blow on Scottish Cup opponents Fraserburgh
Inverurie Locos striker Chris Angus is confident his side can knock Fraserburgh out of a cup for the second time this season.
Long-serving Rothes physio Brian Neish dreams of Speysiders’ Scottish Cup hoodoo ending against Clach
It would be a dream come true for long-serving Rothes physiotherapist Brian Neish if the Speysiders can overcome Clachnacuddin in the first round of the Scottish Cup at Mackessack Park on Saturday.
A brilliant Neil Gauld set-piece double helped Inverurie Locos to a 2-0 victory in a controversial encounter at Harlaw Park which saw referee Dan McFarlane award two penalty kicks and brandish three red cards.
Fort William manager Kris Anderson feels his side have been the subject of a ‘witch-hunt’ after receiving a nine-point deduction.
Formartine maintained their 100% record to top the Highland League table with a hard-earned 4-2 victory against rivals Inverurie Locos at Harlaw Park.
Mitch Megginson scores both goals as Cove Rangers begin title defense with impressive beating of the Broch
Mitch Megginson scored both goals as Cove Rangers began their defence of the Highland League title with a deserved 2-0 win against Fraserburgh.
Cove Rangers manager John Sheran insists his players are ready for their date with destiny as the Highland League cham-pions bid to win promotion to the SPFL by beating Cowdenbeath at Central Park in Fife today.
With the first big fixtures of the Highland League season set to kick off tomorrow, a number of new big name signing will be itching to grab the headlines.
Caley Thistle captain Gary Warren wants to quickly forget the worst season of his career following the Highlanders' relegation to the Championship.
Graeme Stewart, manager of Highland League champions Buckie Thistle, was a happy man after drawing a home first-round tie against Championship club Brechin City in the IRN-BRU Cup yesterday.
Buckie Thistle have signed 23-year-old former Ross County and Elgin City forward Steven Ross from Brora Rangers on a 12-month contract.
Rothes manager Steven MacDonald has made his ninth close-season signing by bringing Keith attacker Craig Cormack to Mackessack Park on a three-year deal.
Goalkeeper Paul Leask has returned to Fraserburgh on a new three-year deal just three months after signing for Keith.
Allan Hale believes Keith could be out of business within 10 years after he and his management team resigned from the Highland League club yesterday.
Buckie Thistle manager Graeme Stewart has agreed a new four-year contract which will keep him at Victoria Park until 2021.
Former Forres Mechanics, Deveronvale and Keith forward Kris Duncan is back at Rothes, the club where he started his Highland League career 13 years ago.
Lossiemouth are closing in on a new manager to succeed Bobby Beckwith who stood down last month.
Buckie Thistle manager Graeme Stewart is happy to be the underdog in Saturday's SPFL play-off second leg at East Kilbride.
Rothes will take on Fort William at Mackessack Park on Saturday in the semi-final of the Menzies Distribution North of Scotland Cup after easing past Golspie Sutherland.
Fort William are through to the semi-finals of the Menzies Distribution North of Scotland Cup after an Iain Maclellan double and leading-scorer Scott Davidson's 28th goal of the season.
Forres Mechanics cruised to victory against North Caledonian League club Halkirk to set up a North of Scotland Cup semi-final at Dudgeon Park against Brora on Saturday.
Wick Academy and Formartine United ended their campaigns by playing out an entertaining 2-2 draw at Harmsworth Park.
Forres set up a home North Cup quarter-final tie at Halkirk next Saturday thanks to Owen Paterson's last-minute winner against the Lilywhites, who finished the game with nine me.
Headed goals in both halves meant Fraserburgh ended their season with a 2-0 win.
Nairn County ended their Highland League campaign on a high with a deserved victory at Mackessack Park.
Buckie Thistle were last night cleared to play for the Highland League title this weekend after the league management committee ruled that no action be taken against the Jags for listing youngster Callum Murray in last Saturday's draw at Formartine United.