Aberdeen's Niall McGinn and Rory McAllister of Peterhead have been named in the SPFL team of the week.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally reckons Rory McAllister is delivering his best performances in years despite his goal-less run.
Rory McAllister wants to continue his long working relationship with Peterhead boss Jim McInally.
Paddy Boyle claimed his first Peterhead goal by scoring the winner against Elgin City as the Blue Toon stretched their lead at the top of League 2.
Rory McAllister is proud to be the SPFL’s first centurion – but it is life’s ambition to make Peterhead a Championship club.
Peterhead duo Willie Gibson and Rory McAllister have been nominated for the League 2 player of the year award.
A north-east football star and his wife have praised medical staff for saving their son’s life after he was struck down by pneumonia.
Peterhead striker Rory McAllister insists that confidence is still high in the camp despite their recent blip in form as they go in search of automatic promotion from League 2 this season.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally reckons attacker Rory McAllister is in the form of his life as the Blue Toon continue their bid to get back to League 1 at the first attempt.
Peterhead have kept three clean sheets in their past four games but manager Jim McInally accepts his side's resilience is set to be tested to the limit today when it travels to Livingston.
An extra-time winner from debutant Tony Andreu gave Dundee United a 3-2 victory over Peterhead in the third round of the IRN-BRU Cup.
Peterhead attacker Rory McAllister believes his side was right to go for broke against Rangers in the Petrofac Training Cup final.
It took Martin Bavidge 10 years to score 124 goals for Peterhead.
He is the footballer who has blazed a trail through the lower leagues of Scottish football for the past seven years, but it seems the chances of Rory McAllister playing full-time football again have gone.
Peterhead have a first national cup final to look forward to after defeating Queen’s Park 2-1 in the semi-finals of the Petrofac Training Cup.
It has long been suggested that Peterhead forward Rory McAllister could play at a higher level and last night we saw exactly why, as he hit five goals to knock Championship side Falkirk out of the Petrofac Training Cup.