Two goals either side of half-time ensured that it was a return to winning ways for Lossiemouth.
A first-half strike from Shawn Scott and a second-half goal from Martin Charlesworth ended a run of three consecutive defeats.
It wasn’t all plain sailing for the Coasters though, as a late strike from Jags forward Nicholas Stein lead to a nervy finish for Charlie Charlesworth’s men.
Lossiemouth started the brighter of the two sides at Seafield Park, going close twice inside the opening 10 minutes.
Lossiemouth's unbeaten start to the season continues after a narrow one-nil home win over Inverurie Locos.
The goal came in the second half from Man of the Match Martin McMullan and Darren McConnachie kept his 4th clean sheet of the campaign. It was a battle of the Charlesworth's as Lossie boss Charlie watched his two sons Martin and Colin battle it out in opposing teams.
Inverurie started the game off promisingly, passing the ball around well from defence through midfield, although nothing came...
The only Highland League match that survived the weather was at Grant Park as Lossiemouth recorded a victory over Strathspey Thistle to get 2016 off and running in the best way possible.
Goals from Kevin Duguid, Shawn Scott, Ross Archibald and sub Ross Campbell wrapped up the victory for the Coasters.
Despite Josh Race grabbing a goal for the visitors and a positive performance from Brian Grant’s side, this couldn’t stop the home side from getting all three points.
Early in the first half,...
Despite horrible weather conditions spectators were treated to a cracking game at Grant Park with Nairn County winning 5-1 over Lossiemouth.
A hat-trick from Conor Gethins and goals from Sam Urquhart and Robbie Duncanson wrapped up a convincing victory for the away side. Ross Archibald getting on the scoresheet for Lossie couldn’t prevent the Wee County from getting all three points.
The first real chance came for Les Fridge’s side when Urquhart cut inside from the right and fired in a shot...
Turriff’s victory over Lossiemouth put them top of the table.
However this was overshadowed by an injury to stand-in captain Stuart Cumming, who broke his leg and was taken away in the back of an ambulance.
Cumming’s afternoon should have been great as he had the honour of having the armband due to Cameron Bowden getting injured in the warm-up. But this wasn’t the case.
A double from Nicholas Gray and goal apiece from Gary McGowan and Craig MacAskill secured the win for the hosts, despite...
Lossiemouth ended the season magically as they deservedly won against nine man NairnCounty at Grant Park to send their supporters’ home in a party mood.
Goals from Ryan Green and Joao Rodrigues wrapped up the victory which crashed Les Fridge’s side’s hopes of finishing the season with a hat-trick of wins – despite an attempted comeback from the visitors in the second halfwith Sam Urqhuart bagging a goal.
Lossiemouth 0 Turriff United 4
Turriff went into this Scottish Cup tie as clear favourites sitting in a position right up near the top of the table and the continued their good early season form with a four-goal win. United made only one change from last week’s winning starting line-up, Gary Harris coming in for Aaaron McKenna.
Stevie Dunn made a few changes to the side which lost at Formartine, a big loss being Darren Bailey who netted twice in that game.
It was Turriff’s Nicholas Gray who eased...
Lossiemouth progressed to the second round of the Highland League Cup, after a 2-0 win away to Wick.
The Coasters had come closest in the first-half when Grant Steven cleared Ryan Farquhar's effort off the line.
However, the deadlock was broken after only five minutes of the second-half. Callum Dunbar slotted the ball through the Scorries defence, and Elliot Winters ran onto it and struck past keeper James More.
Wick's afternoon went from bad to worse when Sam Mackay was dismissed for his part...
Strathspey Thistle battled back to earn a 2-2 draw at Grant Park, having trailed 2-0 at half-time.
Lossie threatened early on when Liam Archibald fired the ball wide of target, however Jordan McBain was not to be denied on 28 minutes, finishing past Steven Martin.
Jags stopper Martin was beaten again on 37 minutes, this time Liam Archibald making no mistake in front of goal.
Thistle pulled a goal back with twenty minutes left, when Lossie defender Jamie McKinnon put past his own keeper....
The two sides shared a 1-1 draw in a Moray derby at Grant Park.
Forres took the lead after 17 minutes, with midfielder Stuart Soane finding space in the box to beat Errol Watson and net his fifth goal of the season.
However, within two minutes of the second-half it was all-square, with Jordan McBain on target for the Coasters.
Lossie came close in the dying stages when Greig Watson's strike flashed just wide of Stuart Knight's post, however Forres held on as the game finished a point apiece....