Brora Rangers player-manager Steven Mackay says his side are ready to inflict a first league defeat on Rothes since Ross Jack took charge.
Caley Thistle midfielder Jack Brown feels ending his loan spell with Fort William to join Rothes can help him come out of his comfort zone.
Clachnacuddin midfielder Blair Lawrie hopes the Lilywhites can reach out to new supporters in tonight’s historic Highland League encounter with Fort William at Canal Park.
Caley Thistle midfielder Jack Brown has cut short his loan spell with Fort William to join Rothes until the end of the season.
Clachnacuddin and Fort William will honour their late former defender Simon Shields in their historic Highland League encounter at Canal Park in Inverness on Friday.
Glenn Murison was pleased to play his part in earning Huntly a point against Inverurie Locos after his Christmas concussion nightmare.
Jonny Smith believes Aberdeenshire Shield success can be the perfect pick-me-up for Inverurie Locos having seen their Highland League title challenge stall.
Wick Academy survived a nervy finish to win 3-2 at Turriff United.
Buckie Thistle assistant manager Lewis MacKinnon hailed the impact of substitute Sam Urquhart in his side’s 2-1 victory against Clachnacuddin.
Inverurie Locos manager Andy Low had no complaints as Huntly came from behind to leave Harlaw Park with a point.
Formartine United inflicted a 5-2 defeat on Calum Maclean in the first game of his third spell in charge as manager of Fort William.
Today’s Breedon Highland League match between Forres Mechanics and Fraserburgh has been postponed due to a waterlogged pitch. The game at Mosset Park has yet to be rescheduled.
They are fourth in the Highland League and one of the form teams but Rothes winger Ali Sutherland insists no one at Mackessack Park is getting carried away.
Ryan Strachan knows the bookmakers seldom get it wrong – but the Cove Rangers central defender insists he and his team-mates are trying to ignore their favourites tag.
Fort William have brought Calum MacLean back for a third spell as manager at Claggan Park.
Grant Campbell has made his move from Cove Rangers to Highland League Fraserburgh permanent.
Forres Mechanics manager Charlie Rowley is confident his men can end their winless run in the Highland League.
Scott Davidson has set his sights on helping Nairn County break into the top four of the Highland League this year.
Andrew Greig believes he’ll get better in the weeks ahead after making his first start for Formartine United in more than two months.
Buckie Thistle’s Andrew MacAskill says they need to stop leaking late goals.
Richard Macadie took his tally to 200 goals for Wick as they eased to a 4-1 victory against Fort William.
Inverurie Locos boss Andy Low was bitterly disappointed after his side lost ground on Brora Rangers at the top of the Highland League after losing 3-2 at Nairn County.
Brora Rangers made it an eight successive league wins as they ran out 4-0 winners at Huntly.
Formartine United forward Garry Wood hopes victory against Buckie Thistle today can be the turning point for his team.
Russell MacMorran admits it was a difficult decision to step down as Fort William manager but hopes to depart with a win in his final game in charge this afternoon.
Clachnacuddin manager Sandy McLeod says his side are hoping to put a challenging period behind them when they take to the field this weekend.
Former Clach boss Brian Macleod is in no rush to get back into football after his taxing spell in charge of the Lilywhites.
Buckie Thistle manager Graeme Stewart urged his side to be more clinical in front of goal as they comfortably beat an injury-ravaged Wick Academy 4-0 at Victoria Park.
Inverurie Locos rounded off 2019 and the decade in style by bringing their goal tally up to 22 goals in their last nine outings in front of an ecstatic home support.
A double from Andrew Macrae helped Brora maintain their scintillating form with an emphatic win over Nairn County at Dudgeon Park.
A Highland League club will form a "detailed plan of action" to ensure games can be staged at their blaze-hit stadium as quickly as possible.
Steven Mackay hopes lessons have been learned after his lowest point as Brora boss.