- Created: Monday, 21 March 2016 11:52
- Published: Monday, 21 March 2016 11:52
- Written by Grant Turner
Huntly and Nairn shared the spoils in entertaining draw at Christie Park, with all the goals coming in the first half.
On the quarter hour mark Alexander Thoirs drove a cross low across the opposition box and it was sliced into his own net by Glenn Main.
The momentum of the game took a turn with three goals in a five-minute spell. A Thoirs clearance went up in the air outside his own box and when the ball wasn’t cleared it fell to John Cameron, who fired a shot through the legs of goalkeeper Andrew Pennycook.
A minute later Nairn captain Robert Duncanson got to the by-line and cut back for Sam Urquhart to prod in at the front post.
34 seconds into first half stoppage time Blair Johnston’s cross was knocked down by James Duguid for Alexander Thoirs to flick a shot beyond the motionless Calum Antell.