Two rare medals, awarded to Inverness Thistle players in the late 1920s and early 1930s, sold for £500 - £150 more than expected – at auction yesterday.
Fraserburgh’s record appearance holder Billy Gordon has returned to Bellslea as the club’s goalkeeping coach.
A Highland League football star has handed his local lifeboat crew a funding boost.
Jamie Michie has returned to Inverurie Locos on a three-year deal.
Cove Rangers assistant manager Graeme Mathieson is still hurting after Saturday’s explosive pyramid play-off final defeat at Cowdenbeath, but he remains positive about the future.
Cove Rangers missed out on their dream of promotion to the SPFL in highly controversial circumstances as they went down 3-2 at Cowdenbeath on Saturday.
Cove Rangers manager John Sheran insists his players are ready for their date with destiny as the Highland League cham-pions bid to win promotion to the SPFL by beating Cowdenbeath at Central Park in Fife today.
Cove Rangers assistant manager Graeme Mathieson hopes his players do not live to regret their profligacy in their pyramid play-off first leg against Cowdenbeath.
A Highland League footballer played in a charity match to honour his dead team-mate then got involved in a drunken brawl with a group of teenagers.
Cove Rangers midfielder Ryan Strachan hopes to be fit enough to play a part in his side’s crunch pyramid play-off final at Cowdenbeath on Saturday.
Results from Saturday’s Highland League games Turriff United FC 0 v 2 Brora Rangers FC
Cove Rangers defender Alan Redford believes Cowenbeath will struggle to deal with his side’s attacking threat.
Fort William co-manager Ali Smith is standing down from his role due to work and family commitments.
Brora Rangers are keen to make a swift appointment after manager Ross Tokely and assistant Kevin Munro stepped down last night.
Brora Rangers manager Ross Tokely and assistant Kevin Munro have stepped down with immediate effect.
Fort William will remain in the Highland League next season.
Is this the greatest assist ever made by a Highland League player?
P&J sports reporter Dave Edwards spoke to Cove Rangers striker Mitch Megginson and captain Eric Watson following their match against Spartans. He also spoke to Cove Rangers manager John Sheran.
P&J sports reporter Dave Edwards analyses this week’s Big Game between Cove Rangers and Spartans in the Highland League Playoffs. The final score at full time was Cove Rangers 4 – 0 Spartans.
Highlights from Saturday’s Highland League Playoffs as Cove Rangers run out 4 goals to nil against Spartans. Watch all the goals in just two minutes above.
The P&J’s Dave Edwards reports from this Saturday’s Big Game in the Highland League first leg playoffs with Cove Rangers beating Spartans 4 goals to nil. Watch the full highlights above.
The results from today’s Highland League fixtures were as follows: Fort William 3 – 7 Turriff United Fortmartine United 2 – 1 Wick Academy Strathspey Thistle 0 – 7 Brora Rangers Cove Rangers 4 – 0 Spartans FC
P&J sports reporter Dave Edwards spoke to Fraserburgh manager Mark Cowie and Rothes assistant manager Daniel Moore following their match at Mackessack park. He also spoke to Rothes goalkeeper Darren McConnachie.
The P&J’s Dave Edwards reports from this Saturday’s Big Game between Rothes and Fraserburgh FC. Watch the full highlights above.
P&J sports reporter Dave Edwards analyses this week’s Big Game between Fraserburgh FC and Rothes. The final score at full time was Rothes 0 – 1 Fraserburgh FC.
Highlights from Saturday’s Highland League fixture, Rothes v Fraserburgh FC.
The results from today’s Highland League fixtures were as follows: Brora Rangers 1-0 Huntly Deveronvale 2-1 Nairn County Formartine Utd 12-0 Fort William Forres Mechanics 5-0 Lossiemouth Rothes 0-1 Fraserburgh Wick Academy 1-3 Cove Rangers
They may have just strolled to the Highland League title but there are two still major obstacles in their way as Cove Rangers plot election to the Scottish Professional Football League.
Formartine United boss Paul Lawson believes his side will be among multiple challengers for the Highland League title next season.
Nairn County’s Max Ewan has netted seven times in his first Highland League campaign. But he is not done there.
They may have lost their 16-month unbeaten run in the league, but there was still plenty of reason to celebrate for Cove Rangers last night.
Cove Rangers striker Mitch Megginson is closing in on 50 goals this term but maintaining the club’s unbeaten record is far more important to the former Aberdeen and Alloa Athletic player.