- Created: Saturday, 18 May 2013 15:10
- Published: Saturday, 18 May 2013 15:10
- Written by HFLhub
16:52 Congratulations to Cove Rangers - Press and Journal Highland League Champions for season 2012/13 Final Score Formartine 0 - 2 Cove
16:45 With the torrential rain affecting games across the league, a fantastic 32 goals have been scored in eight games with Forres and Strathspey not playing. It looks like Formartine are going to fail in their quest to clinch the league title having collected only 1 point from a possible 9 in their last 3 home games.
16:25 COVE have scored a penalty rebound (Stott) and lead 2-0. It looks like the league trophy might be heading to Allan Park as Formartine toil amid torrential rain. Formartine are also down to 10 men, Jefferey being sent off in giving away the penalty. The highlight elsewhere is Brora leading Fort William now by 10 (ten) goals to nil.
HALF TIME Cove are in the driving seat to lift the title but amazingly, 1 goal is all Formartine need at this stage to change all that and win the league for the first in their short history as a Highland League club. In ten games between the two sides Formartine have yet to earn a point, could this be the time to break the hoodoo? At half time it is Formartine 0-1 Cove.
Elsewhere Brora have struck 8 times against Fort William. Wick look sure of securing 3rd place leading 3-0 at home to Deveronvale. Nairn are leading Huntly 2-1 with Lossie and Rothes tied at 1-1 at the bottom of the table.
Meanwhile, Fraserburgh have leaped ahead of Deveronvale to occupy the 6th position in the league.
Brora Rangers v Fort William
Brora Rangers: John Allan, James Ross, Ross Tokely, John Mackay, Scott Houston, Martin Maclean, Dale Gillespie, Liam Baxter, Zander Sutherland, Steven Mackay, Andrew Greig Subs: Craig Ross, John Campbell, David Hind, Colin Maclean, Jamie Theakestone
Fort William: Kyle Robertson, Martin Groat, Darren Duncan, Ian Foggo, Ryan Macdonald, Michael Gillespie, Trialist A, Gary Farquhar, Ailean Maclellan, Lewis Morrison, Ryan Clarke Subs: Andrew Maclean, Callum Broweett, Robert Lewondowski
Referee: D Ross
1-0 Zander Sutherland 5
2-0 Steve Mackay (6)
3-0 Steve Mackay (18)
4-0 Steve Mackay (22)
5-0: Andrew Greig (29)
6-0: Steve Mackay (30)
7-0 Steve Mackay (44)
8-0 Martin Maclean (45)
Keith v fraserburgh
Keith: Murray Kinnaird, Stewart Hutcheon, Mark Wood, Gary McNamee, Kris Niddrie, Craig Phillips, Murray McCulloch, Andy Macaskill, Cammy Keith, Johnathan Smith, Johnny Cook Subs: Sean Keith, Bruce Raffell, Stuart Walker, Zander Jack
Fraserburgh: Jonathan Dunbar, Mark Dickson, Russell McBride, Ryan Christie, Courtney Cooper, Zac Conway, Scott Barbour, John Willox, Ryan Cowie, Zander Davidson, John Chalmers Subs: William West, Steven Davidson, Graham Johnston, Bryan Hay, Mark Cowie
Referee: Calum Spence
0-1 Courtney Cooper (34)
Clachnacuddin v Turriff United
Clachnacuddin: John Campbell, Mark Dougal, Martin Callum, Bruce Milne, Alastair Macleod, Brian Macleod, Blair Lawrie, Allan Pollock, Sam Urquhart, Scott Graham (Scott Maclean 44), Kyle Maclean Subs: Scott Davidson, Martin Duncan, Fraser Robertson, Reece Paterson
Turriff United: Steven Coutts, Lewis Davidson, Robbie Allan, Ross Anderson, Cammy Bowden, James Brownee, Stuart Taylor, Paul Young, Gary Harris, Gary McGowan, Stephen Gauld, Richie Ligertwood, Gary Davidson, Chris Herd, Paul Campbell, Grant Pennet,
Referee: Tommy Shaw
0-1 Gary Harris (22)
Buckie Thistle v Inverurie Loco Works
Buckie Thistle: Kevin Main, Shaun Wood, Bob Duncan, Jay Cheyne, Lewis Mackinnon, Chris Angus, Iain Macrae, Graeme Stewart, Nikki Smith, Stuart Hodge, Donnie Munro Subs: Aaron Shand, Shawn Scott, Darren Wood, Jamie Shewan, Darren Strong
Inverurie Locos: Andy Reid, Marc Young, Neil McLean, Clark Bain, Gordon Forsyth, Steven Park, Craig Ross, Scott Begg, Neil Gauld, Mark Souter, Nicky Gordon, Subs: Andy Bagshaw, Trialist, Kenny Coull, John Maitland, Stewart Gray
Referee: Anthony Cooper
Yc Marc Young (27)
Formartine United v Cove Rangers
Formartine United: Andy Shearer, Stephen Jeffrey, Stirling Smith, Craig McKeown, Mark Smith, Ross Campbell, Hamish Munro, Calum Bagshaw, Daniel Park, Michael Ewen, Paul Napier Subs: Kevin Webster, Stuart Soane, Tommy Wilson, Colin Robertson, David Donald
Cove Rangers: Stuart McKenzie, Blair Yule, Dean Lawrie, Jamie Beagrie, Alan Redford, Eric Watson, Jamie Lennox, Roy McBain, Martin Johnston, Ryan Stott, Connor Scully Subs: Jordan Leyden, Robbie Henderson, Stirling Smith, Roddy Black, Timmy Capstick
Referee: Graham Beaton
0-1: Jamie Beagrie (9)
Lossiemouth v Rothes
Lossiemouth: Errol Watson, Scott Wilson, Jordan Main, Grant Mitchell, Kevin Flett, Garry McDonald, Kevin Grant, Ricky Wardrop, Matthew Fraser, Scott McIntosh, Scott Miller: Subs: Finlay Stables, Jamie McKinnon, Jordan McBain, Iain Wilson, Stephen McKenzie
Rothes: Rhys Fyfe, Scott Bowie, Gary Ewen, Duncan Macphee, Gary Gallacher, Scott Robison, Stuart Massie, Derek Ramsay, Sean McIntosh, Calum McIntosh, Alan Shearer Subs: Scott Dunn, Callum Parlay, Callum Morrison, Josh Cruickshank, Andrew Corbett
Referee: Andy Milne
0-1 Stuart Massie (11)
1-1 Scott Miller (20 pen)
Wick Academy v Deveronvale
Wick Academy: James More, Michael Steven, Gary Manson, Alan Farquhar, Grant Steven, James Pickles, Stevie Cunningham, Sam Mackay, Gary Weir, Richard Macadie, Davie Allan Subs: Craig Shearer, Bryan McKiddie, Ross Allan, Lukasz Geruzel, Michael Gray
Deveronvale: Darren McConnachie, Connor Rennie, Kevin Adams, Tom Hutchison, Scott Henry, Graeme Rodger, Colin Charlesworth, John Urquhart, Martin Charlesworth, Craig Cowie, Graeme Watt Subs: Kris Duncan, Craig Morrison, Philip Watt
Referee: Graham Fraser:
1-0 Gary Weir (6)
2-0 Sam Mackay (24)
2-0 3-0: 40
15:30 Cove are still in pole position to lift the Highland League trophy leading Formartine 1-0 at North Lodge Park. Brora are in fine end of season form leading Fort William 4-0 and at the foot of the table Lossie have pulled back level at home against Rothes. Huntly have also drawn level at home against Nairn which makes the battle for third lean in favour of Wick Academy who have extended their lead to 2-0.
15:15 Beagrie has got an early goal in the league decider at North Lodge Park. Cove need to win the game to lift the Press and Journal Highland League while Formartine would win with a draw. It's Formartine 0 - 1 Cove Rangers.
Elsewhere Brora have an early 2 - 0 advantage against Fort William, Nairn lead Huntly 1-0 with Golden Boot chasing Connor Gethins opening the scoring. The only other goals is at Harmsworth where Weir has given Wick a 1-0 advantage against Deveronvale, and Rothes are 1-0 up at Grant Street against Lossiemouth.