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Founded: 1928   Joined HFL: 1928
Ground: Christie Park   Telephone: 01466 793548
Record Att: 4,500 (18/2/95)   Fax:
Ground Capacity: 1800   Seating Capacity: 270
Contact Address: 
Alix Turner 12 Forest Way Huntly AB54 8RG
  Pitch Size: 105 x 72 yards
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Name Played matches

League results

Rank Played Won Lost Drawn GD Points
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Current form


Latest matches

Date Team Location Result
31-03-2018 15:00 ClachnacuddinAway
07-04-2018 15:00 Formartine UnitedHome
11-04-2018 20:00 Lossiemouth Home
14-04-2018 15:00 RothesHome
21-04-2018 15:00 Brora RangersAway

Latest Cove News

  • Sat 17 Dec - Broch 2 Cove 2

    The Fraserburgh curse continued for Cove as they were unable to defeat their rivals for the seventh game in a row. A late Ryan Cowie free-kick was enough to earn a point for the Broch after a thoroughly entertaining game at Bellslea. The home side broke the deadlock early on through Gary Harris, however it was cancelled out within minutes by Connor Scully. Cove took the lead before the break, although wasn't enough to win the game as Cowie’s late free-kick was enough for the Broch to pick up a...

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  • Saturday 3rd December - Brora Rangers 1 Cove Rangers 2

    Two goals from Mitch Megginson gave Cove a crucial win over title rivals Brora at Dudgeon Park. A disappointed Brora Player-Manager Grant Munro said:   "At the end of the day the buck stops with me, we prepared well all week for the game and to be honest we just weren't good enough on the day."   On the Cove penalty: " I don't dispute the penalty decision, Zander Sutherland made what was basically a forwards challenge and I'd have to wonder what he was doing back there in the first place.   We did...

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  • Saturday 27th August - Cove 2 Fraserburgh 2

    There was late drama at Christie Park as the Broch fought back to claim a point against Cove, despite missing two penalties. The hosts took a two-goal advantage going into the break, with strikes from Blair Yule and Connor Scully and looked heavily in control.  With only 10 minutes to go Greg Buchan reduced the deficit for the visitors. Late on Fraserburgh snatched the equaliser through Graham Johnston. The home side started well and took the lead early on through Yule, after great link-up play...

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  • Saturday 6th August - Inverurie Locos 2 Cove Rangers 3

    After an opening day draw with Forres Mechanics on the road, Inverurie Locos did not need a welcome mat for Cove Rangers for their first home league game of the season. The Aberdeen side found Harlaw Park to be a home from home last season on their way to Championship success. But this was to be a real hard luck story for the Inverurie side who took the lead in the game, hit the bar twice but still contrived to give away a late goal to lose the game. Martin Bavidge retuned for Locos in the...

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  • Saturday 16th April - Turriff Utd 2 Cove Rangers 2

    Turriff came from two goals behind to earn a draw against champions Cove at The Haughs. Cove started in the best possible way through a goal from Stuart Duff early on and they doubled their lead going into the break. With less than 15 minutes to go the home side got a goal back through Jamie Beagrie and equalised late on after a John McCafferty mistake essentially gifted Nikolas Wozniak the equaliser. After the game Cove put the frustrations of the draw behind them as they picked up the...

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  • Wednesday 6th April - Cove Rangers 1 Formartine Utd 0

    Daryl Nicol scored early in the second half to give Cove victory over Formartine, leaving them requiring only four points from their last three games to take the title. Both teams came into the game knowing that whoever won this match would have the title to lose. Nicol’s goal early on into the second half was the difference between the sides, in a match which featured returns for Andy Reid, Paul Lawson and a substitute appearance from Jamie Masson. The win for Cove leaves them level on points...

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  • Wed 17th Feb - Formartine 1-4 Cove

    Jonny Smith scored a hat-trick as Cove cruised through to the Aberdeenshire Shield final where they will play Fraserburgh at a venue to be confirmed. John Sheran was “really impressed with the team performance” and stating he felt like Smith is “really hitting form” and was over the moon with the win. Kris Hunter was obviously really frustrated, with him questioning the willingness to win of his current lot of players and hinting at new signings at the end of the season. Cove opened the...

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  • Sun 3rd Jan – Cove 3-4 Inverurie

    The opening fixture for Inverurie Locos and Cove Rangers in 2016 was played in high winds and swirling rain making for an uncomfortable afternoon for playing and spectating.   Locos had ended the auld year with a thumping 4-0 home win over Forres, while Fraserburgh had dented Cove's title chances by beating them 4-2. Next up for the Aberdeen side, they travel to Lanarkshire to face Motherwell in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup on Saturday.   Without several unavailable players for various...

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  • Sat 19th Dec - Cove 3-1 Forres

    Clinical Cove Rangers continued to keep up with league leaders Brora Rangers after they recorded a victory over Forres Mechanics who played their first game in almost a month due to postponements. Goals from Eric Watson, Daryl Nicol and Blair Yule wrapped up all three points for John Sheran’s side. A positive performance from the Can-Cans and a goal from sub Liam Baxter wasn’t enough for the away side to get something from this match. The first chance came for the visitors when Simon Allan...

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  • Sat 5th Dec – Cove 4-1 Formartine

    After a closely contested tie last week at North Lodge Park, both sides made the trip to Harlaw Park with Motherwell waiting in the wings for the winning team of this Scottish Cup third round replay. Cove took the lead early on after poor defending from the Formartine defence allowed Jamie Watt to smash the ball home. Cove doubled their lead going into the break thanks to Daniel Park. Formartine came out a slightly improved side and got a goal back through Neil Gauld taking advantage of a poor...

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