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Newsround 8th August 2013: Huntly add Polish midfielder / New keepers at Locos and Vale / New shirt sponsor for Banffers

Huntly have made a new addition to their squad ahead of this Saturday’s home fixture with Lossiemouth with one of the trialists who featured during pre-season signing a two year deal.

International clearance was granted for midfielder Pawel Nowacki who comes to Christie Park as a free agent.

Nowacki has had a number of years experience in the Polish years with Polonia Warszawa, Wigury Suwalki, Olimpia Elblag and most recently Gwardia Koszalin.

The 25 year who can also play out wide was team captain at Gwardia Koszalin and made an impressive fifteen assists last term and continued that form into pre-season at Huntly with an eye for a pass which created a number of goals in friendly matches.

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Full William Hill Scottish Cup First Round Draw from Hampden

The First Round of the William Hill Scottish Cup has brought just two all Highland League ties - with Forres Mechanics at home to Keith and Deveronvale hosting Clachnacuddin.

Of the remaining SHFL clubs, six are at home while five are on the road. The longest journey is Wick Academy's away tie with Coldstream, which comes as the "return leg" of the Streamers 614-mile round trip at the same stage of the competition two years ago.

Nairn County face a trip away against East Junior Superleague champions and Scottish Emirates Junior Cup runners-up Linlithgow Rose, while Lossiemouth will host North Superleague winners Culter.

Four sides face ties against Lowland League opposition, with Brora Rangers and Huntly at home to Vale of Leithen and Preston Athletic respectively, while Rothes travel to Castle Douglas to face Threave Rovers and Turriff United are away to Selkirk.

Fraserburgh will host Civil Service Strollers, Inverurie Locos have a home tie against Burntisland Shipyard, while Buckie Thistle travel to play Wigtown and Bladnoch.

Ties will be played on Saturday 14th September.

The draw in full is below:

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Match Summaries: Wednesday 7th August

Bryan McKiddie's 85th minute winner broke Clach hearts to send Wick Academy through to the semi-finals of the AJG Parcels North of Scotland Cup after Ian Polworth's men had battled back from 3-0 down to square the tie.

Gary Weir's early strike was added to by two Richard Macadie goals. However Gordon Morrison, and a double from Martin Laing looked to have sent the tie to penalty kicks, before substitute McKiddie struck.

Forres Mechanics also progressed with a 3-0 win over Lossiemouth, with Scott Lawrie, Craig McGovern and Simon Allan on target.

Meanwhile Lewis MacKinnon's penalty separated Buckie Thistle and Deveronvale at Victoria Park.

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William Hill Scottish Cup First Round Draw to take place tomorrow

The draw for the First Round of the William Hill Scottish Cup will take place at Hampden Park tomorrow at 1.15pm.

Fiften Highland League clubs, along with North Caledonian League outfit Golspie Sutherland and North Junior champions Culter, will be part of the 36-club draw which excludes champions Cove Rangers and runners-up Formartine United who enter at the second round stage.

Ties will be played on Saturday 14th September 2013.


36 Clubs (18 ties)

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Evening Express Aberdeenshire Cup Latest: Turriff v Keith

Turriff United defeated Keith 4-1 in the opening match of this season's Evening Express Aberdeenshire Cup. 

Gary Harris followed up his weekend hat-trick with the opener from close range on 29 minutes.

Paul Young made it 2-0 on 66 minutes before Gary McGowan added a third two minutes later.

Sean Keith pulled one back for the Maroons on 86 minutes. However, Ben Allan added the clincher with two minutes remaining to seal a fine win for United as they look to do the Aberdeenshire double.

Dorrat Disappointed Not To See Side Hold Onto Lead Against Champions

Huntly’s Craig Dorrat saw his side lose a two goal lead at Allan Park after Cove Rangers came from behind for earn a draw. The black and gold’s had led against the league champions until eight minutes to go when a Ryan Stott penalty ensure both sides had to settle for a point each.

The black and gold’s have not won away to Cove since February 2006 and Dorrat felt disappointed their performance did not was unable to break that hoodoo.

“Being two-nil up I thought we had a good chance to go on an win the game but Allan Park is never a good place to come and get a result as we’ve seen in the past but given the fact we’ve not won here in a while we would’ve taken a 2-2 draw before the game.”

The visitors netted from a Neale Davidson free kick and a David Booth penalty and the former Turriff United player admitted that Huntly can depend on that pair.

“Neale took his free kick really well and placed it so the keeper had no chance while David has a good record when it comes to penalty kicks and when he stepped up we didn’t think he was going to miss.”

When Cove did level late on the 24 year old admitted the pressure then went onto his side.

”Cove had a penalty themselves late on which I personally didn’t see the incident but to get a decision awarded against your side late on can be harsh and some felt the referee wanted to level things up with Cove players being annoyed at the penalty we got. From then we had to make sure we kept defending as a team and make sure we didn’t lose another goal.”

During pre-season Craig had found himself playing in a back three but a tactical change for their first competitive match saw the winger turned centre half renewing a partnership with former Aberdeen player Michael Hart in the heart of defence.


“It felt more solid changing to a back four today and it felt more comfortable to play in. Having Michael Hart in beside the other defenders helps keep us right as he’s a good talker and is full of experience which he can pass onto other players. I’ve only been playing in that position myself since March but I enjoy it and it feels more comfortable winning high balls and playing a more physical game which is my style of play.” 

Team of the Week 27-31 July 2013: Sam the Scorries' man

Following on from last week’s busy “Pre-season Predictions” series, we catch up on the usual features starting with Team of the Week. First of all we have a selection of the best performers from last week’s cup action, which oversaw six AJG Parcels North of Scotland Cup ties and one Ramsdens Cup game. will have the top eleven from Saturday's opening league fixtures card later in the week.

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League Table

Rank Teams Played Points Current form
1 Cove Rangers 20 56 WWWWW
2 Fraserburgh 21 48 WLWWD
3 Inverurie Locos 23 48 WWLWD
4 Formartine United 21 43 LWWWW
5 Forres Mechanics 21 42 WWWWW
6 Buckie Thistle 23 42 WWLDW
7 Brora Rangers 19 41 WWWLD
8 Huntly 22 38 LWWLL
9 Rothes 21 31 WWLDL
10 Deveronvale 21 29 WWLDL
11 Nairn County 20 29 LWLWD
12 Clachnacuddin 22 28 DWWLW
13 Turriff United 21 24 LLLLL
14 Wick Academy 18 23 LDDWW
15 Keith 23 11 WLLLL
16 Lossiemouth 24 11 WLWLL
17 Strathspey Thistle 20 3 LLLLL
18 Fort William 20 1 LLLLL

Recent Results

20-01-2018 15:00 - Scottish Cup Fourth Round
East Fife 0 : 1 Brora Rangers
13-01-2018 15:00 - SHFL Week 25
Huntly 1 : 2 Buckie Thistle
Turriff United 0 : 4 Cove Rangers
Wick Academy 2 : 0 Keith
Lossiemouth 0 : 6 Formartine United
Inverurie Locos 2 : 2 Fraserburgh
Fort William 1 : 9 Forres Mechanics
06-01-2018 15:00 - SHFL Week 24
Fraserburgh 7 : 0 Fort William
Buckie Thistle 2 : 2 Brora Rangers
30-12-2017 15:00 - SHFL Week 23
Buckie Thistle 0 : 2 Cove Rangers
Lossiemouth 1 : 2 Wick Academy
23-12-2017 15:00 - SHFL Week 22
Deveronvale 2 : 3 Cove Rangers
Wick Academy 1 : 1 Nairn County
Fort William 3 : 4 Lossiemouth
Fraserburgh 7 : 0 Huntly
Inverurie Locos 5 : 0 Strathspey Thistle
Forres Mechanics 3 : 2 Brora Rangers
Keith 0 : 3 Clachnacuddin

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Next Fixtures

31-01-2018 19:45 - Scottish Cup Fourth Round
Fraserburgh - : - Rangers
31-01-2018 20:00 - Scottish Cup Fourth Round
Formartine United - : - Cove Rangers

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