- Created: Saturday, 08 August 2015 18:05
- Published: Saturday, 08 August 2015 18:05
Strathspey Thistle made history with their first win at Christie Park running out two-nil winners over Huntly.
Two minutes from the interval, Defender Gary Davidson was penalised for a handball outside the Huntly penalty area. From the resultant free kick, Adam McLeod struck a great dead ball into the top corner to give his side the lead.
The Jags sealed the win with twelve minutes remaining with Adam Mcleod turning provider for substitute John Treasurer to finish with a low shot at the back post.
Huntly: Hobday, Dorrat, Allan, G McNamee (A McNamee 83), Clark, G Davidson, Thoirs, McCulloch, Duguid, Urquhart (Da Silva 83) and Donaldson. Unused subs: Lawson, Pennycook (GK), Croll and Trialist. Booked: Donaldson (90+1)
Strathspey Thistle: MacCallum, Wardrope, Cairns, Maley, McShane, Groat, McLeod, Peters, Borthwick, Hume and Mackay (Treasurer 72). Unused subs: MacKernie, Aubrey, Trialist, Trialist and Matheson (GK).