All Highland League Posts
Formartine United lifted the Morrison Motors (Turriff) Aberdeenshire Shield for the first time in their history with a convincing victory over Banks o’ Dee at Balmoral Stadium in Cove last night.
The number of young people from the north registering their interest in signing up to the Anthony Nolan Trust has increased by 117 in the past year.
Banks o’ Dee go into the Morrison Motors (Turriff) Aberdeenshire Shield final hoping to make it fifth-time lucky.
Formartine United are aiming to win the Aberdeenshire Shield for the first time in their history when they face junior outfit Banks o’ Dee in the final at Cove’s Balmoral Stadium tonight.
Rothes will be without top scorer Jaime Wilson for the rest of the season after he agreed to join Australian side Northcote City.
Rothes have signed Clachnacuddin midfielder Fraser Robertson on an 18-month deal for a nominal fee.
Peterhead and Elgin will be without fixtures this weekend after the cold weather forced three League 2 fixtures to be called off.
60 years ago today, Fraserburgh FC clinched their most famous ever victory by dumping Dundee out of the Scottish Cup
Today marks the 60th anniversary of one of the most famous Scottish Cup shocks of all-time, and the greatest ever result for Fraserburgh.
Fort William’s new caretaker manager Russell MacMorran admits he is facing a massive challenge to try to turn around the Lochaber club’s fortunes.
Fort William have sacked manager Kris Anderson.
Rothes forward Jaime Wilson was glad to see his side’s hard work pay off as they eased to a comfortable 6-1 victory over Nairn County.
It’s as you were at the top of the Highland League after the top four all chalked up victories. However, league leaders Cove Rangers were made to work hard against Inverurie Locos as they won 1-0 for a second Saturday in a row.
Fort William FC become online hit as avid Football Manager fan documents rise of his side on YouTube
Fort William are being dragged from rags to digital riches by an avid gamer.
Brora Rangers have bolstered their Highland League title challenge by signing striker Scott Davidson from Rothes on a two-and-a- half year contract for an undisclosed fee.
The Highland League management committee will decide next month if Saturday’s match at Bellslea between Fraserburgh and Keith will be replayed of if the Broch will be awarded all three points.
Chris Angus netted five goals as Inverurie Locos cruised to a 7-0 victory against Turriff United.
Elgin City midfielder Rabin Omar scored what could well have been one of the most bizarre goals of his career but in the end it counted for nothing as the Black and Whites eventually lost 4-1 to high flying Edinburgh City at Ainslie Park.
Cove Rangers will be in Thursday’s Highland League Cup semi-final draw after comfortably defeating Huntly 5-0 at Balmoral Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Fraserburgh forward Paul Campbell is hoping for an immediate response from his side after their Aberdeenshire Shield semi-final defeat.
Buckie Thistle manager Graeme Stewart does not believe this week's cup double header will make or break the Jags' season.
Cove Rangers boss John Sheran pays no heed to unbeaten run as Fraserburgh’s Marc Dickson seeks to end champions’ winning streak
John Sheran insists he pays no attention to extending Cove Rangers’ winning run as Fraserburgh lie in wait for the Highland League leaders.
Former Caley Thistle midfielder Nick Ross hopes his move to American second-tier side El Paso Locomotive can be a lucrative stepping stone to Major League Soccer.
Clachnacuddin manager Brian MacLeod feels putting his faith in youth can help the Lilywhites offset the financial gulf in the Highland League.
Huntly manager Martin Skinner has begun shaping his squad for the long-term by signing Ross Still, Cameron Booth and Alexander Thoirs on new contracts until 2021.
An Inverurie Locos side crippled by eight absences through suspension, injuries and illness were forced to hold out for a goalless draw against a slick Buckie Thistle.
Former Nairn County striker Jordan MacRae is relishing his return to his old stomping ground when Cove Rangers look to keep their flawless league record going at Nairn County this evening.
Formartine United midfielder Graeme Rodger knows his side will have to keep a close eye on one of the most lethal finishers in Europe this weekend.
Brora Rangers player-manager Steven Mackay is closing in on two memorable landmarks.
Cove Rangers bowed out of the Scottish Cup at the hands of the Scottish Junior Cup holders in front of a large and vociferous home support which managed to create an intimidating atmosphere at Beechwood Park.
Cove Rangers will need all their battling qualities when they venture into the lion’s den at Auchinleck Talbot’s Beechwood Park in the Scottish Cup second round replay this afternoon.
Callum Maclean and Kenny McKenzie have lived in each other’s pockets for the last 10 years.
Cove Rangers striker Daniel Park was back at training last night and hopes to put himself in the frame for a place in Saturday’s Scottish Cup second-round replay at Auchinleck Talbot.