Clach midfielder Colin MacRae made his return to football just three weeks after donating bone marrow.
The Highland League championship race moves on to Mosset Park on Saturday, where Cove need just a point to retain their title.
Eric Watson accepts his time at Cove Rangers looks set to come to an end but he is determined to go out on a high.
Brora Rangers midfielder Gavin Morrison knows that only a home win over Cove Rangers this weekend will keep the Sutherland side’s slim title hopes alive.
Brora Rangers midfielder Gavin Morrison wants Steven Mackay and his staff to get due credit for bringing the feel-good factor back to Dudgeon Park.
Wick Academy boss Tom McKenna insists his side have no reason to fear Cove Rangers in today’s Highland League Cup semi-final.
Jon Cox hopes his Football Manager fame with Fort William can help build a sustainable legacy for the club.
Strathspey Thistle have enjoyed a record-breaking campaign but Grantown midfielder Ross Naismith reckons there is still plenty of room for improvement.
He has taken Fort William out of the Highland League from behind a computer screen but this weekend Jon Cox will get to sample the real thing.
Grant Campbell hopes he has timed his return to perfection after making his first appearance for Cove Rangers in almost a year in last Saturday’s 3-0 win over Nairn County at Balmoral Stadium.
Rothes will be without top scorer Jaime Wilson for the rest of the season after he agreed to join Australian side Northcote City.
Fort William’s new caretaker manager Russell MacMorran admits he is facing a massive challenge to try to turn around the Lochaber club’s fortunes.
The Highland League management committee will decide next month if Saturday’s match at Bellslea between Fraserburgh and Keith will be replayed of if the Broch will be awarded all three points.
Fraserburgh forward Paul Campbell is hoping for an immediate response from his side after their Aberdeenshire Shield semi-final defeat.
Cove Rangers boss John Sheran pays no heed to unbeaten run as Fraserburgh’s Marc Dickson seeks to end champions’ winning streak
John Sheran insists he pays no attention to extending Cove Rangers’ winning run as Fraserburgh lie in wait for the Highland League leaders.
Brora Rangers player-manager Steven Mackay is closing in on two memorable landmarks.
Cove Rangers will need all their battling qualities when they venture into the lion’s den at Auchinleck Talbot’s Beechwood Park in the Scottish Cup second round replay this afternoon.
Callum Maclean and Kenny McKenzie have lived in each other’s pockets for the last 10 years.
Cove Rangers striker Daniel Park was back at training last night and hopes to put himself in the frame for a place in Saturday’s Scottish Cup second-round replay at Auchinleck Talbot.
Harry Milne wants to finish off Auchinleck Talbot at the second time of asking as Cove Rangers prepare for their Scottish Cup replay on Saturday.
Rothes have been deducted three points and fined £50 for fielding an ineligible player.
Nairn County vice-captain Glenn Main made his 400th appearance for his hometown club in Saturday’s 2-2 draw at Inverurie Locos.
Clachnacuddin chairman Alex Chisholm insists the Lilywhites will take their time appointing a successor to Iain Polworth, who resigned last week.
Rothes winger Ali Sutherland hopes to reap the rewards of playing in his favoured position after joining on loan from Elgin City.
Opportunity to work with Nairn County manager Ronnie Sharp again too good to resist for Brian Macleod
Working with his old manager Ronnie Sharp was an opportunity Brian Macleod could not pass up.
Caretaker Clach manager Ally Ewen happy to hold the fort at Highland League club after Iain Polworth’s departure
Caretaker Clach manager Ally Ewen insists he is happy to hold the reins for as long as necessary after Iain Polworth’s resignation as manager on Monday.
Alan Pollock’s two wonder goals against Civil Service Strollers made him an internet sensation.
Iain Polworth believes he gave all he could to Clach during his 10-year spell as manager.
Iain Polworth has stepped down as manager of Highland League side Clach after a decade in the job.
Fort William manager Kris Anderson feels his side have been the subject of a ‘witch-hunt’ after receiving a nine-point deduction.
Dave Edwards says Formartine United deserved their win on the opening game of the season against Forres Mechanics. Watch the full match highlights here.