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.
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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.
A major figure in the history of Clachnacuddin FC has spoken out against calls for the club to share their ground with another Inverness team.
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.
One of the great stalwarts of Highland League club Clachnacuddin has died at the age of 76.
Plans to build a new artificial pitch for two well-known Inverness football teams and the local community are poised to move a significant step forward.
Brora Rangers won the North of Scotland Cup this weekend with a 4-1 win over Fort William.
Brora Rangers are the 2017 North of Scotland Cup winners.
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.
The results are in from this weekend’s Highland League action.
Buckie Thistle manager Graeme Stewart is happy to be the underdog in Saturday's SPFL play-off second leg at East Kilbride.
Dave Edwards speaks to East Kilbride manager Martin Lauchlan, Buckie midfielder Ceiran McLean and manager Graeme Stewart after the weekend's play-offs.
P&J reporter Dave Edwards presents the match report from this weekend's play-off clash between Buckie Thistle and 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.
Brora Rangers manager Ross Tokely was disappointed by the level of performance from his players in the North of Scotland Cup win against Nairn County.
Buckie Thistle manager Graeme Stewart was disappointed in the manner his side conceded two goals after being 2-0 up against Lowland League champions East Kilbride on Saturday.
Andrew Greig scored twice as Brora Rangers booked their place in the last four of the North of Scotland Cup in a far from perfect display by the cup favourites.
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.
Buckie Thistle drew 2-2 with East Kilbride on Saturday in the first leg of the League 2 playoff semi-final.
Buckie Thistle will take on East Kilbride in the first leg of the League 2 playoffs at Victoria Park on Saturday.
Dave Edwards speaks to the key figures behind this weekend's Big Game betweeen Buckie Thistle and Strathspey Thistle.
Big Game highlights from Buckie's stunning 9-0 thumping of Strathsepy in under 2 minutes.
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.
Anything Cove could do Buckie Thistle could do better as the Granite City side's hold on the Highland League championship came to an end at Kynoch Park in Keith.
Buckie Thistle manager Graeme Stewart believes winning the title as a manager eclipsed his experience of lifting back-to-back titles with the Jags as a player.
Nairn County ended their Highland League campaign on a high with a deserved victory at Mackessack Park.