Deveronvale’s Colin Charlesworth is relishing locking horns with his best man Liam Archibald at Lossiemouth on Saturday.
Brora Rangers striker Paul Brindle is looking forward to going back to his roots to face his old club Clach at Grant Street in Saturday’s Scottish Cup second round tie.
Forres Mechanics floored a young Turriff United side with a superb controlled display which moved the Can-Cans from 10th to eighth spot in the table.
Inverurie Locos joined Brora Rangers in second spot on the 27-point mark with several of the leading teams now concentrating on Scottish Cup action this Saturday.
The manager of Buckie Thistle has warned his side to beware the threat of Nairn County as the Jags bid to stay top of the Highland League today.
Two of the main contenders for the title, Brora Rangers and Fraserburgh, go head-to-head in what should be a Dudgeon Park thriller this afternoon.
Forres Mechanics striker Lee Fraser hopes his injury woes are behind him.
A top Highland League footballer added to his achievements yesterday after graduating with an HNC in mechanical engineering.
Brora Rangers manager Steven Mackay dedicated his side’s North Cup triumph to lifelong fan Willie Sutherland who died in a fishing accident last month.
A Highland League stalwart has admitted indecently assaulting two teenagers.
The north-east has come to the aid of Turriff United as the Highland League side recovers from devastating weekend flooding.
Recent signing Gregg Main loves being part of the new regime at Mackessack Park under new Speysiders manager Ross Jack.
Inverurie Locos defender Eric Watson has been hit with a two-match ban after appearing to butt Wick Academy's Davie Allan.
Banks o’ Dee strode into the second round of the Scottish Cup with a convincing 4-1 victory over a lacklustre Forres Mechanics at sun-drenched Mosset Park.
Formartine United player-boss Paul Lawson praised his players for an impressive display against Turriff United.
Cove Rangers have been handed a chance to avenge last season’s Scottish Cup defeat to Auchinleck Talbot.
Formartine floored Forres with a superb display of fast, attacking football – although the victory came at a cost with the Pitmedden club suffering a couple of injuries late in the game.
Ross Jack has been confirmed as the new manager of Rothes Football Club.
Fort William are finally off the bottom of the Highland League - and manager Russell MacMorran is confident they are there to stay.
Fort William ended a near two-and-a-half-year wait for a Highland League victory after defeating Clach 1-0 at Claggan Park.
W ick Academy eventually overcame a spirited young Turriff United side whose preparations went awry after their team bus broke down for two hours on the way to the game, which led to a 30-minute delay in kick-off.
Buckie Thistle moved up to third in the table with a hard-fought victory over a well-organised Clachnacuddin side.
Nairn County cruised to a 4-1 victory against Strathspey Thistle with 18-year-old striker Max Ewan helping himself to a well-taken double.
Keith made it four wins from seven league games this season with victory over Lossiemouth but the hosts almost grabbed a point after being three goals down with 10 minutes remaining.
Locos moved to within a point of league leaders Fraserburgh.
Forres fought back from 3-1 down to end Fraserburgh’s perfect start to the Highland League season.
Rothes caretaker manager Gordon Connelly praised his side for a great performance as they beat Deveronvale 4-0 at Mackessack Park following two weeks of turmoil for the club.
Third-placed Inverurie Locos blew away the euphoria Nairn County enjoyed from their shock home win over Brora Rangers with a 5-1 victory at Harlaw Park.
Forres Mechanics boss Charlie Rowley praised his team for an excellent performance as they swept away Keith 4-0 at Mosset Park on Saturday.
It was a day to forget for Formartine’s Michael Clark as he scored an own goal and was sent off in a 1-0 defeat by Buckie Thistle at Victoria Park.
Formartine United face a short trip to nearby Turriff United in one of four all-Highland League ties in the first round of the William Hill Scottish Cup.
Clachnacuddin have appointed former captain Sandy McLeod as their new manager.