All Highland League Posts
Paul Coutts reflects on Sheffield United injury comeback as former Cove Rangers star makes return from horror leg break
For all the fanfare around his return, Paul Coutts was just glad to get on the field again.
Brora Rangers hope to complete a short-term deal to sign former Caley Thistle midfielder Nick Ross in time for Saturday's Scottish Cup tie against Coldstream.
Fraserburgh’s Willie West admits he is happy to play in any position to aid the Broch cause.
Clachnacuddin have appointed Brian Macleod as their new manager.
Banks o’ Dee defender Neale Allan believes his side have nothing to fear in tonight’s Aberdeenshire Cup final against Cove Rangers.
Rothes have been deducted three points and fined £50 for fielding an ineligible player.
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.
Rothes winger Ali Sutherland hopes to reap the rewards of playing in his favoured position after joining on loan from Elgin City.
Highland League full time results for Saturday, September 29.
Clachnacuddin striker Ian Penwright says the Lilywhites' players take full responsibility for the resignation of manager Iain Polworth.
Opportunity to work with Nairn County manager Ronnie Sharp again too good to resist for Brian Macleod
Working with his old manager Ronnie Sharp was an opportunity Brian Macleod could not pass up.
Caretaker Clach manager Ally Ewen happy to hold the fort at Highland League club after Iain Polworth’s departure
Caretaker Clach manager Ally Ewen insists he is happy to hold the reins for as long as necessary after Iain Polworth’s resignation as manager on Monday.
Alan Pollock’s two wonder goals against Civil Service Strollers made him an internet sensation.
Iain Polworth believes he gave all he could to Clach during his 10-year spell as manager.
Iain Polworth has stepped down as manager of Highland League side Clach after a decade in the job.
There were no goals to cap the eagerly awaited return of the Highland derby as Ross County and Caley Thistle drew a blank at Victoria Park.
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.
As the challenges facing Fort William have intensified in recent weeks, the determination to revive the Lochaber club’s fortunes has only increased.
Highland League secretary Rod Houston claims league had no choice but to hand Fort William nine-point penalty
Highland League secretary Rod Houston insists the league’s management committee was bound by its own rules in handing out a nine-point penalty to Fort William.
Highland League secretary Rod Houston insists the league’s management committee was bound by its own rules in handing out a nine point penalty to Fort William.
The Can-Cans swept aside the Academy challenge with a potent mix of fast attacking football and clinical finishing, notably from Stuart Soane.
Fort William manager Kris Anderson feels his side have been the subject of a ‘witch-hunt’ after receiving a nine-point deduction.
Highland League side Fort William deducted nine points after fielding an ineligible player on three occasions
Fort William have been deducted nine points and fined £150 for fielding an ineligible player on three occasions.
Cove Rangers defender Harry Milne expects Formartine to be one of their biggest challengers to retaining the Highland League title.
Wick Academy manager Tom McKenna has expressed concern over the gulf he reckons has been exposed between his side and rivals Brora Rangers this season.
Cove Rangers skipper Eric Watson netted an extra-time winner as they dumped out Aberdeenshire Cup holders Formartine United.
Brora Rangers midfielder Gavin Morrison hopes a victory over rivals Wick Academy at Dudgeon Park tonight can help his side continue its domination of the North of Scotland Cup.
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.
Clachnacuddin's on-loan midfielder Kieran Chalmers hopes proving he can cope with the physical demands of the Highland League can help him catch the eye of Caley Thistle manager John Robertson.