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Matchday Stat Pack: 14th September 2013

Scottish Cup weekend saw a steady rise in the goals per game, with an extra 1.25 goals scored on average in each match compared with last weekend. Buckie Thistle's Lewis MacKinnon was first off the mark after just two minutes, and he joins what now becomes a group of four who have set the record for the season's earliest goal.

The scoring patterns reflected a season-long theme, with more scored in the final 15 minutes of play than any other time period. It is also notable that with the finals of both local cup competitions determined, there has yet to be an extra-time scenario this season.

Keith's 5-4 win against Forres Mechanics at Mosset Park becomes the third nine-goal thriller this season, while Scott Barbour has also joined the campaign's hat-trick heroes with no player as yet on target more than three times in a game.

Meanwhile, Brora's 1-0 victory against Vale of Leithen made it ten straight wins for the Cattachs, with the Innerleithen side's four red cards on the day a new season record.

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Macaskill ignites Maroon success on road

 A key figure in an amazing fortnight for Keith, which has seen them record away victories at Nairn County and Forres Mechanics - the latter ensuring a home Scottish Cup second Round tie with Elgin City - has been former Inverness Caley Thistle and Clach player Andy Macaskill.

The 21 year old netted the winner to floor the Wee County and on Saturday grabbed the final two goals for the Maroons in a nine goal thriller, the second being hotly debated by the home camp with claims he handled before firing a 30 yard screamer past Stuart Knight.

The central midfielder, who has been pushed up front this season to partner Calum Dingwall, reflected on an amazing game.

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Rothes move to make Roy new manager

 Rothes have made Graham Roy their new manager following Frani More's resignation on Sunday.

Roy originally moved to MacKessack Park in February as More's assistant, after a lengthy spell in the backroom team at Buckie Thistle.

Meanwhile, Rothes have issued a statement on their club website confirming the player involved in an altercation with More following Saturday's William Hill Scottish Cup defeat to Threave Rovers has been transfer listed by the club.

Live: William Hill Scottish Cup Second Round Draw

The Second Round draw for the William Hill Scottish Cup has produced some mouthwatering ties, including three all Highland League clashes.

Formartine United will meet Inverurie Loco Works in what will be a dress rehearsal for the Evening Express Aberdeenshire Cup final two weeks later. Meanwhile there will be a battle of the Rangers' at Dudgeon Park, with champions Cove travelling to face Brora.

Wick Academy will travel to face Turriff United, who made it to the fourth round in their Scottish Cup debut last season along with Deveronvale, who will have to overcome Nairn County's conquerors Linlithgow Rose at Princess Royal Park.

Keith will face former Highland League side Elgin City at Kynoch Park, while Buckie Thistle will meet once more with Annan Athletic who they defeated in last year's competition. Meanwhile the winners of the outstanding First Round replays will meet - with the potential for a fourth all-SHFL clash if Fort William beat Newton Stewart and Lossiemouth overcome Culter away from home.

Fraserburgh will face Edinburgh City away from home.

Ties will be played on Saturday 5th October 2013.

Full Draw

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Aberdeenshire League Round-up: Monday 16th September 2013

The Aberdeenshire League campaign got underway last night, and http://www.hflhub.co.uk will this season be bringing back a full round-up of the U20s action every week.

Inverurie Locos got their season off to a great start with a fine 6-0 win over Huntly, with three goals in each half. Andy Hunter opened after nine minutes. Winger Mitchell Reid scored two fine goals before the break and it could have been more but for some goal line clearances by the visitors.

As the night grew even colder, Reid completed his hat trick with another right foot strike. Late on up popped Ryan Broadhurst to first time volley home a corner then an absolute peach of a dipping drive from fellow sub Jordan Bisset in the final minute.

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Frani More resigns as Rothes manager

 Rothes have confirmed manager Frani More has resigned from his position.

More only took up the role in February this year following Graham McBeath's departure.

However after a major overhaul of his playing staff in the summer, More has not enjoyed the start to this season he had hoped for. His young Speysiders team have lost their last five games, winning once since the beginning of the campaign.

A statement on Rothes' official twitter account read: "It is with regret that we as a committee have decided to accept Frani More's resignation as Manager of Rothes FC with immediate effect.

"We are sorry that it hasn't worked out and wish Frani all the best in the future."

Jags sign teenage brothers / Cove youngster available for loan

 Strathspey Thistle have signed brothers Nik Stein and Lucas Stein, who hail from Kinlochewe.

Nik, 18, featured as a substitute for the Jags in their last league outing against Huntly having also spent time on trial with Fort William earlier in the season.

He is joined by brother Lucas, 16, in committing his future to Seafield Park.

 Meanwhile, Cove Rangers have made youngster Lewis Macaulay available for loan.

Macaulay broke into the Cove side last season, and can play in the centre of either defence or midfield.

However having mainly featured from the bench for the Highland League champions this season, Cove boss Kevin Tindal is encouraging interested parties to contact him directly.

 

Scottish Cup Reports Round Up Sept 14th 2013 (Updated)

The full match reports will be posted in the usual section which you can access by clicking on the result during the course of the weekend but in the meantime here is a round up of all the games involving the North clubs, including Culter and Golspie Sutherland. The features get longer the further down you go and with 4750 words in total there is plenty to digest.

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League Table

Rank Teams Played Points Current form
1 Cove Rangers 34 90 WWLWL
2 Formartine United 34 79 WWWWW
3 Inverurie Locos 34 78 WLWWW
4 Fraserburgh 34 73 LLWWW
5 Forres Mechanics 34 73 WWWWW
6 Brora Rangers 34 63 LWLWW
7 Buckie Thistle 34 51 LDDLW
8 Deveronvale 34 51 LWDWW
9 Nairn County 34 51 DWWLW
10 Rothes 34 49 LLWLW
11 Huntly 34 49 LLDWL
12 Wick Academy 34 46 DLLLL
13 Clachnacuddin 34 41 LLWLD
14 Turriff United 34 37 WLLWL
15 Keith 34 16 LDWLD
16 Lossiemouth 34 15 LLDLL
17 Strathspey Thistle 34 14 LLDLL
18 Fort William 34 5 DLLLD

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