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Cove through to Pyramid play off final

SPFL Pyramid play off semi final second leg 

Cove Rangers 3-0 East Kilbride (Cove win 5-1 on aggregate) 

Cove: Mitch Megginson (27, 40), Jamie Masson (75) 

Martin Scott sent off 

BJ Coll sent off

Cove win play off first leg and Wick clinch seventh

SPFL Pyramid Play Off semi final first leg

East Kilbride 1-2 Cove Rangers

E. Kilbride: Jamie Longworth (90+2)

Cove: Harry Milne (2), Scott Ross (35)

Highland League

Fort William 1-5 Wick Academy

Fort: Scott Hunter (85 pen)

Jordan Andrew sent off, Aiden Taylor sent off

Wick: Sam Mackay (40), Richard MacAdie (67), Alan Hughes (68), David Allan (81, 88)

Full Time scores and scorers: Saturday 20th April

Highland Football League  


Cove Rangers 2-1 Clach  

Cove: Hamish Macleod, Jordon Brown 


Clach: Scott Dunn  


Fort William 1-6 Forres Mechanics  

Fort: Jordan Andrews  


Forres: Ross MacPherson, Graham Fraser, Robbie Duncanson, own goal, Simon Allan, Andrew Macrae 


Huntly 1-0 Wick Academy  

Huntly: Aidan Sopel  


Nairn County 1-0 Formartine Utd  

Nairn: Adam Porritt 


Rothes 2-0 Keith  

Rothes: Dale Wood (2 pens) 


Strathspey Thistle 1-5 Buckie Thistle  

Strathspey: Scott Lisle 


Buckie: Joe McCabe (2), Lewis Mackinnon, Callum Murray, Kevin Fraser


Preview for matches on Saturday 27th April

Cove make the trip to the K-Park Training Academy to take on East Kilbride in the first leg of the SPFL play off semi final.

Co-manager John Sheran will miss the game as he is still recovering from the heart attack he suffered last weekend. Felow Co-Manager Graeme Mathieson will be assisted in the dugout by first team coach Roy McBain and coaches Gary Hake and Keith Paterson. They have a full squad to choose from as the Aberdeen side look to gain promotion to League Two at the third time of asking.

Elsewhere, the last match of the Highland League season takes place at Claggan Park, where Fort William take on Wick Academy.

The home side have their last chance to grab a league win, while Wick need a point to secure a very respectable seventh place finish. 

Team news for matches on Sat 20th April

Highland Football League

Cove Rangers v Clach

Cove clinched the title with victory at Forres last weekend and they end their league campaign with a home game against Clach. Boss John Sheran again has a full squad available to choose from.

Clach will finish their season in 16th place regardless of the result at Balmoral Stadium. Colin Macrae, Martin Callum, Ali Gillies and Steve Martin all miss out through injury and Blair Lawrie has work commitments.

Fort William v Forres Mechanics

Fort William end their season with home games against Forres and Wick, and it's the Moray side who visit Claggan Park this afternoon.

Scott Miller is unavailable for the visitors, while Simon Allan returns to the squad. The Cans need a huge win in this one if they are to equal last season's fifth-place finish.

Huntly v Wick Academy

Huntly complete their campaign against Wick at Christie Park and a win for the home side could see them finish in eighth place, depending on Buckie's result at Strathspey.

Wick travel without the injured Grant Steven, Jack Halliday and Jack Henry. Danny Mckay and David Allan are suspended, while Michael Steven, Gary Manson and Alan Farquhar are all unavailable.

Nairn County v Formartine Utd

Nairn and Formartine end their season with a clash at Station Park and the home side will be without the unavailable Dylan Maclean and Callum MacLean. Seamus McConaghy is out injured. A win for Nairn could see them secure a top ten finish.

Formartine have already secured a fourth place finish and will aim to end their season on a high in the Highlands.

Rothes v Keith

Rothes take on local rivals Keith at Mackessack Park and they'll be without last week's front three of Steven Anderson, Craig Cormack and Allen Mackenzie. Alan Pollock and Paul MacLeod remain out, while Ashley Ballam is also struggling with a swollen knee.

Ryan Keir is the only absentee for the visitors, he'll be out until next season. Keith could finish 12th with a win in this one, while a win for the home side would secure another top ten finish.

Strathspey Thistle v Buckie Thistle

Strathspey and Buckie finish their campaigns with a battle of the Jags at Seafield Park. Martin Duncan and James McShane are both suspended for the home side, but Chris Innes and Graeme Grant return to the squad.

Sam Morrison is suspended for Buckie and they remain without their long term absentees. Lewis Mackinnon returns. The visitors need to equal or better Huntly's result  to secure an eighth place finish.


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