Despite dominating Lowland League opponents Bonnyrigg Rose, Fraserburgh succumbed to a sucker-punch as they lost an injury time goal to crash out of this season’s Scottish Cup.
Fraserburgh’s latest signing Owen Cairns is loving life at Bellslea but believes he and his team-mates face a huge test at home to Inverurie Locos in the Aberdeenshire Cup quarter-final tonight.
Fraserburgh continued their 100% start to the season with a deserved 3-1 victory over a Buckie Thistle outfit who were right in the game until the second minute of injury time when the Broch scored a third.
An independent review of the policing of football in Scotland was published yesterday.
A vintage north-east football shirt has made its way to an impoverished African country.
A football fan has warned that violence could have “kicked off” after ticket holders were turned away during the Scottish Cup tie match in Fraserburgh.
Fraserburgh striker Gary Harris has the souvenir he wanted to provide a lasting reminder of the day he played Rangers.
Josh Windass’ hat-trick was the difference as Fraserburgh’s hopes of a Scottish Cup upset were sank by Rangers at Bellslea Park.
The wait is almost over for Fraserburgh.
A north-east town has been gripped by Scottish Cup fever as its local side enters the final few hours before kick-off against Old Firm giants.
Fraserburgh FC officials have thanked their fans for trying to thaw out the pitch at Bellslea Park for the arrival of Rangers.
The final preparations for Fraserburgh’s much anticipated game against Rangers tomorrow are under way.
Fraserburgh forward Paul Campbell notched his first Highland League hat-trick in last Saturday's 7-0 triumph at Strathspey Thistle.
Fraserburgh stormed to victory with a 2-0 defeat over Brora Rangers. Here are all the highlights from the Big Game in 90 seconds.
P&J reporter Dave Edwards spoke to his choice for man of the match – Fraserburgh’s Jamie Beagrie, Brora’s manager Ross Tokely and Broch manager Mark Cowie. He also catches up with an old face – former Vale, Broch and Buckie player Ian Murray.
Watch highlights from this weekend’s Big Game between Turriff United and Fraserburgh. Fraserburgh survive two goal-line clearances before a howler from the goalkeeper hands the match to Turriff. This weekend’s results Fort William FC 1 v 2 Deveronvale FC Keith FC 1 v 6 Inverurie Loco Works FC Turriff United FC 1 v 0 Fraserburgh FC
A dismal first 45 minutes. An entertaining second half and finally, with just five minutes remaining, a winner for Fraserburgh from Marc Dickson's downward header.
The final Highland League game of the season took place yesterday afternoon at Harlaw Park as Fraserburgh beat Cove in the final of the Aberdeenshire Shield.
Assistant manager of Formartine United Mike Cormack agreed that Saturday's 1-1 draw with Fraserburgh was a fair result but bemoaned the lack of football played due to the poor conditions.
Formartine United closed the gap on Highland League leaders Brora Rangers to seven points with two games in hand but were frustrated not to have won on manager Kris Hunter's return to Bellslea.
Fraserburgh snatch a last gasp equaliser to come away with a share of the spoils from Buckie. Brian Barclay presents this weekend’s Big Game highlights.
Fraserburgh midfielder Willie West is delighted to have signed a contract extension that will keep him at the club until the summer of 2018.
Forres Mechanics have confirmed that tomorrow night's Highland League clash with Fraserburgh has been postponed.
With a replay looming a last-gasp own-goal from former Aberdeen forward Darren Mackie settled a thrilling Scottish Cup tie and booked Fraserburgh's trip to last season's beaten finalists Falkirk in the third round.
A Highland League football club has praised a local church for its charity work in Africa - and for winning over some far-flung fans.
A former Highland League football star who built his own construction business has died after an accident.
Fraserburgh manager Mark Cowie aims to celebrate his first trophy in only his second game in charge of the Bellslea club when they face Turriff United at Princess Royal Park, Banff, in the Morrison Motors (Turriff) Aberdeenshire Shield final today.
Fraserburgh have rejected an approach from Formartine United for permission to speak to manager Kris Hunter.
There was a rather limited Highland League card today, with only three matches getting the better of the winter weather.
Waterlogged pitches and a Scottish Cup tie meant a reduced fixture list in the Highland League this afternoon but the six games still produced an impressive 28 goals.
Fraserburgh substitute Graham Johnston booked his side’s place in next week’s Aberdeenshire Shield quarter-finals after his side came from a goal down to secure a 2-1 win against Huntly.