Jason Brown is happy to sacrifice his goal tally so long as Peterhead keep up their title charge.
It was far from a classic on a flat, lifeless Cliftonhill pitch but second-half goals from Ryan Dow and substitute Russell McLean were enough to maintain Peterhead’s title challenge.
Peterhead have given striker Ross Kavanagh permission to speak to Brechin City about a move to Glebe Park.
Ryan Dow has not thought beyond the end of the season as he looks to anchor Peterhead’s League 2 promotion push.
Peterhead goalkeeper Greg Fleming said the onus is on the Blue Toon to keep the pressure up on League 2 leaders Edinburgh after their comfortable victory over Stirling Albion.
Peterhead midfielder Willie Gibson insists maintaining self-belief will be key to the Blue Toon winning the League 1 title this season.
Ryan Dow feels his move to Peterhead has been vindicated and plans talks on his future in the coming weeks.
Peterhead midfielder Jamie Stevenson insists his club has the desire and the stamina required to win the League 2 title this season.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally knows the element of surprise has gone for the Blue Toon but he still believes his side can match Morton in their Scottish Cup replay tonight.
Student life is no walk in the park for Peterhead midfielder Nicky Riley as he continues long injury comeback
University life has not been all lie-ins and Jeremy Kyle for Peterhead’s Nicky Riley.
Peterhead’s super-sub Derek Lyle hit a double as the Blue Toon stepped-up their promotion bid with a hard-fought win against Clyde at Broadwood.
Jim McInally insists the first step on Nicky Riley’s road to recovery is being able to walk without pain again.
Peterhead striker Russell McLean emphasises quality of Lowland League opponents Kelty Hearts in Scottish Cup tie
Russell McLean reckons Kelty Hearts are not far off League 2 standard as the Lowland League leaders head to Peterhead in the Scottish Cup today.
For a man that spent the majority of his playing career under the tutelage of Jim McLean and Brian Clough, Jim McInally unsurprisingly has a distaste for certain aspects of modern football.
Peterhead have completed the signing of Ross County forward Ryan Dow.
Peterhead are set to sign midfielder Ryan Dow on loan from Ross County.
Peterhead defender Jamie Stevenson felt referee Sam Purkiss did the Blue Toon no favours in their 1-0 IRN-BRU Cup defeat to League of Ireland side Bohemians.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally recalls his early managerial days in League of Ireland as Blue Toon face Bohemians in Irn-Bru Cup
Jim McInally has always retained an affinity for Irish football.
Rory McAllister is proud to be the SPFL’s first centurion – but it is life’s ambition to make Peterhead a Championship club.
Peterhead’s Ross Kavanagh reckons the Blue Toon will “cruise” to the League 2 title if they keep up their early-season form.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally believes Clyde see his side as their biggest rivals in the chase for the League 2 title.
Ross County have been drawn at home to League 1 side Raith Rovers in the second round of the IRN-BRU Cup.
Peterhead defender Cammy Eadie knew Queen’s Park’s threat would come from set-pieces, which was why he was disappointed the Blue Toon conceded from a corner in their opening day draw.
Jason Brown is hoping a frightening couple of weeks for his family can be put behind them when his brother Jordon returns to action.
Experienced attacker Derek Lyle is set to make his Peterhead debut against Stirling Albion in today’s Betfred Cup encounter.
Two late goals helped Dunfermline to a 3-0 victory against Peterhead at East End Park last night.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally says defender Jason Brown will feature against Dunfermline tonight.
Peterhead defender Cameron Eadie reckons securing a Betfred Cup bonus point against Brechin City gives the Blue Toon a strong starting point in their preparations for the League 2 season.
Aaron Norris wants to take more of a leading role in Peterhead’s season as they get their Betfred Cup campaign under way.
IRN-BRU Cup holders Caley Thistle will begin their defence of the trophy with a home tie against fellow Championship side Dunfermline in August.
A single football boot, a bedsheet and even a wheelchair have been left by football fans during visits to Peterhead’s Balmoor Stadium in the last year.
Bringing in a new striker remains a priority to Peterhead boss Jim McInally.