Sam Burnett marked his return from injury in style by helping Cove Rangers to victory in the Highland League Cup final against Formartine United at Harlaw Park in Inverurie.
F ormartine United closed the gap on Fraserburgh in third place to eight points with a game in-hand after a hard-earned victory over Strathspey Thistle.
Formartine United manager Paul Lawson has urged his players to show him they deserve a cup final starting place when United face Strathspey Thistle at North Lodge Park tonight.
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.
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.
Buckie Thistle manager Graeme Stewart does not believe this week's cup double header will make or break the Jags' season.
Cove Rangers defender Harry Milne expects Formartine to be one of their biggest challengers to retaining the Highland League title.
Ross County have been drawn at home to League 1 side Raith Rovers in the second round of the IRN-BRU 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.
Cove Rangers have boosted their squad for the coming season by completing the signing of Peterhead midfielder Jordon Brown, while winger Ryan Stott left to join Formartine United.
Jamie Michie has returned to Inverurie Locos on a three-year deal.
Formartine United boss Paul Lawson believes his side will be among multiple challengers for the Highland League title next season.
Scott Barbour’s 35th-minute strike for Formartine United effectively ended Fraserburgh’s slim Highland League title hopes at Bellslea last night.
Highlights from Saturday’s Highland League fixture, Formartine United v Fraserburgh FC.
Turriff United manager Kris Hunter hopes to make loan signing Greg Sim’s move to the Haughs a permanent one in the summer.
Formartine United striker Conor Gethins hopes teammate Wayne Mackintosh will take some of the flak against Nairn County
Formartine United striker Conor Gethins hopes teammate Wayne Mackintosh will take some of the flak away from him when United visit Nairn County today.
Goalkeeper Kevin Main could make his Formartine United debut against Forres Mechanics in tonight’s Highland League game at North Lodge Park.
P&J sports reporter Dave Edwards analyses this week’s Big Game between Formartine United and Brora Rangers.
Highlights from Saturday’s Highland League fixture, Formartine United v Brora Rangers.
P&J reporter Dave Edwards spoke to Formartine’s midfielder Graeme Rodger, player-manager Paul Lawson as well as Brora’s manager Ross Tokely after this weekend’s Big Game. Watch the interviews above.
The P&J’s Dave Edwards reports from this weekend’s Big Game between Formartine United and Brora Rangers. Watch the full highlights above.
P&J sports reporter Dave Edwards analyses this week’s Big Game between Cove Rangers and Formartine United.
P&J sports reporter Dave Edwards spoke to Formartine United manager Paul Lawson, Cove Rangers manager John Sheran and Cove’s Mitch Megginson following their match at Harlaw Park.
Highlights from Saturday’s Highland League fixture between Cove Rangers and Formartine United.
Ahead of their important Scottish Cup fourth-round tie at Formartine United tomorrow night, Cove Rangers cruised through to a Morrison Motors (Turriff) Aberdeenshire Shield meeting with Banks o’ Dee, a mouth watering local derby for later in the season.
Formartine United’s rearranged Scottish Cup match against Cove Rangers at North Lodge Park will now take place next Tuesday.
The fourth round match of the Scottish Cup between Formartine United and Cove Rangers has been re-arranged.
Formartine United have failed in a bid to move next week’s fourth round Scottish Cup tie against Cove Rangers to Tuesday.
Two Scottish Cup ties in the north-east have been postponed today and Fraserburgh's clash with Rangers faces a pitch inspection tomorrow.
Formartine United first-team coach Jerry O’Driscoll reckons tonight’s cup tie against his former side Cove Rangers has the makings of a classic.
Formartine United club historian and committee member Colin Keenan believes Friday night’s eagerly-awaited Scottish Cup fourth-round home tie against rivals Cove Rangers is the biggest game in the Pitmedden club’s history.