P&J reporter Dave Edwards spoke to Forres manager Charles Rowley, Rothes boss Steven MacDonald and Forres striker Lee Fraser after Saturday’s Big Game.
P&J reporter Dave Edwards presents the full highlights from this weekend’s Big Game.
Currently just one Highland League match is scheduled to take place today, with frozen issues causing problems for teams across the region.
Cove Rangers recorded their 10th Highland League win of the season to go three points clear of their landlords Inverurie Locos and, on the evidence of this showing, will be in no hurry to return to Aberdeen when their new stadium is ready.
We speak to John Sheran, Cove manager, the club’s striker Mitch Megginson and Locos manager Neil Cooper.
Analysis of this weekend’s Big Game between Cove Rangers and Inverurie Loco Works.
Here’s the full highlights from this weekend’s Big Game between Cove Rangers and Inverurie Loco Works.
The results are in for this weekend’s Highland League fixtures. Here they are in full: Brora Rangers 16-0 Fort William Buckie Thistle P-P Wick Academy – Waterlogged Pitch Clachnacuddin 3=0 Nairn County Cove Rangers 4-0 Inverurie Loco Works Deveronvale 0-5 Formartine United Forres Mechanics 5-0 Keith Huntly 5-1 Strathspey Thistle Lossiemouth 3-0 Turriff United Rothes P-P Fraserburgh – Waterlogged Pitch
A Highland League boss has been found guilty of a road rage attack – which resulted in him wrapping a seatbelt around his victim’s neck.
Highland League secretary and treasurer Rod Houston insists changing to a summer season is a decision purely for the member clubs.
Rothes manager Steven MacDonald believes it is time for summer football for the Highland League.
The five Highland League games due to be held tonight have been postponed due to waterlogged pitches.
Bad weather across the north and north-east meant most games were cancelled today due to waterlogged and frozen pitches. Only two games went ahead, results: Fraserburgh 1 – 2 Keith Nairn County 4 – 1 Buckie Thistle
Fraserburgh captain Ryan Christie can’t wait to lead out his side against Rangers in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup in January.
Huntly are looking for a new management team after the surprise departure of co-managers Andy Roddie and Tommy Wilson yesterday.
Cove Rangers manager John Sheran isn’t surprised to see four Highland League teams in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup.
Highland League club Huntly have announced the departure of co-managers Andy Roddie and Tommy Wilson.
Fraserburgh boss Mark Cowie will plead with club chiefs to resist the urge to shift their historic showdown with Rangers away from their tiny Bellslea Park base.
Dave Edwards analyses this week’s Big Game.
Post-game interviews from this week’s Big Game between Deveronvale and Aberdeen University.
Two games were called off and four others postponed for League Cup fixtures this weekend but there was still plenty of action in the Highland League today.
P&J reporter Dave Edwards presents the full highlights from this week’s Big Game.
Clach and Buckie Thistle, two of the teams hardest hit by injuries this season, fought out a highly-entertaining Highland League draw at Grant Street Park, Inverness, on Saturday.
Rothes romped to an emphatic victory thanks to two goals in the first seven minutes against Strathspey Thistle.
Dave Edwards analyses all the action from the Big Game.
Here are all the results from yesterday’s Highland League fixtures Brora Rangers 7-0 Lossiemouth Clachnacuddin 1-1 Buckie Thistle Fort William P -P Keith – Pitch Waterlogged Huntly 1-3 Cove Rangers Inverurie Loco Works 3-1 Formartine United Nairn County 2 -4 Forres Mechanics Strathspey Thistle 0-5 Rothes Turriff United 1-3 Deveronvale Wick Academy P-P Fraserburgh – Waterlogged Pitch
Dave Edwards spoke to Keith manager Ewan Robb, striker Cammy Keith and Wick Academy boss Tom McKenna.
P&J reporter Dave Edwards presents the highlights from this week’s Big Game.
P&J Dave Edwards anaylses all the action from this weekend’s Evening Express Aberdeenshire Cup.
P&J Dave Edwards finds out what Formartine’s Ewen MacDonald and Paul Lawson and Cove boss John Sheran had to say after this weekend’s Evening Express Aberdeenshire Cup.
Brora Rangers retained the North of Scotland Cup but were made to fight all the way by a spirited Lossiemouth side battling to the bitter end and, with a bit of luck, may have taken the game to extra time at Grant Street Park, Inverness.
Formartine United won the Evening Express Aberdeenshire Cup thanks to Garry Wood’s 44th-minute strike against Cove Rangers at Balmoor, Peterhead, on Saturday.