All Highland League Posts
Winning the Highland League with Cove Rangers has only served to make forward Jordan MacRae more hungry to repeat the feat with Brora Rangers.
Fraserburgh kept their cool in snow and sub-zero temperatures to beat Keith and progress to the semi-finals of the Aberdeenshire Shield.
Two of tonight's three Aberdeenshire Shield ties have fallen victim to the weather.
Formartine United goalkeeper Kevin Main hopes his side can move one step closer to defending the Aberdeenshire Shield by defeating his former side Buckie Thistle tonight.
Buckie Thistle manager Graeme Stewart wants to see a response from his team following their worst performance of the season.
Inverurie Locos beat Aberdeen on penalties in a thrilling Shire Shield quarter-final at Harlaw Park.
Inverurie Locos manager Andy Low hopes his decision to rotate his squad can pay dividends when they welcome Aberdeen to Harlaw Park for their Aberdeenshire Shield quarter-final tonight.
Robert Ward believes Turriff United are making progress this season.
Wick Academy scored twice in the final six minutes to earn a point against Keith at Kynoch Park.
Inverurie Locos produced a very polished performance to move joint top of the Highland League table alongside Brora Rangers.
Forres Mechanics did the double over Huntly for the second successive season with a comfortable 6-1 win at Mosset Park.
Brora Rangers laid down a serious marker to the rest of the Highland League with a ruthless seven-goal dismantling of title rivals Buckie Thistle.
Nairn County boss Ronnie Sharp bemoaned his side’s lack of cutting edge as they were held to a goalless draw by Lossiemouth at Grant Park.
After four successive Highland League victories, Deveronvale slumped to their second home defeat on the trot as championship challengers Fraserburgh recorded a comfortable victory.
Brora Rangers remain top of the Highland League following a thumping 7-0 win against 10-man Buckie Thistle at Dudgeon Park.
The success of last season’s Highland League champions Cove Rangers in this season’s League 2 is inspiring Brora Rangers winger Andrew Macrae to believe his club can achieve the same.
Brora Rangers Steven Mackay has played down the significance of going into tomorrow’s top-of-the-table clash with Buckie Thistle as league leaders.
Brora Rangers survived a late Clachnacuddin rally to move top of the Highland League courtesy of a 2-1 victory at Grant Street Park.
Huntly came from behind to beat Turriff United at Christie Park in an entertaining and fiercely contested encounter.
Jonny Smith’s first-half brace gave Inverurie a 2-1 win over Formartine at North Lodge Park.
Formartine United player-manager Paul Lawson has warned his players to expect to face a fired-up Inverurie Locos this evening.
Clachnacuddin defender Sean Webb feels his new role of assistant manager will give him a fresh outlook on the game.
Cammy Keith scored twice during the first half against Deveronvale to help Keith record their second victory in a row to move four points clear of their hosts in the Highland League table on a rainy day at Princess Royal Park.
A Gary Manson penalty earned Wick a 1-0 victory against Locos, who had three players sent off as they missed out on the chance to move level on points with leaders Buckie Thistle.
A Gary Manson penalty earned Wick victory against Locos, who had three players sent off as they missed out on the chance to move level on points with leaders Buckie Thistle.
Brora Rangers midfielder Gavin Morrison hopes strength of squad boosts title push as Aaron Norris looks to get Formartine United back in Highland League picture
Gavin Morrison feels the Brora Rangers squad is in the best shape possible to challenge for the Highland League title.
A late Paul Esslemont goal booked Huntly an Aberdeenshire Shield Quarter-Final home tie with Turriff United with a 3-2 victory over junior side Aberdeen University.
Fraserburgh beat Banks o’ Dee on penalties following an enthralling Aberdeenshire Shield tie at Spain Park.
Formartine United will travel to Buckie Thistle in the quarter final of the Morrison Motors (Turriff) Aberdeenshire Shield on Wednesday November 13.
Fort William’s Scottish Cup adventure was ended by a blistering first-half display by Albion Rovers, who stormed to a 4-0 interval lead.
Inverurie Locos gave Andy Low the perfect start to his managerial career as they came out on top in a five-goal thriller against fellow title challengers Fraserburgh at Bellslea Park.
Fort William midfielder Jack Brown refuses to believe a Scottish Cup second round replay victory over League 2 side Albion Rovers is beyond his side today.