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Highland League Awards 2012/13

Conor Gethins and Iain Polworth were the big winners of the night at the annual Highland League awards dinner.

Gethins picked up the awards for top scorer beating nearest rival Michael Ewen of Formartine United.

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Team of the Year 2012-13: Had plenty steel as a player, now he has shown it as a manager

As we move closer to this evening’s awards dinner where the identity of Player, Manager and eighteen Clubmen of the Year will become known. As we anticipate this evening’s events - which you can keep up with live on http://www.hflhub.co.uk as they happen - Steven Rattray now highlights the key individuals who made this season one to remember, as he picks his annual Team of the Year. First of all though, he opts for his Player and Manager of the season.

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New Huntly Chairman ready To Meet With Fans

Huntly supporters will have the chance to put their questions to new club Chairman George Clark next month and get to hear this own views on stepping into his new role at Christie Park at a fans forum in their Social Club

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Huntly Name New Chairman & Strengthen Off The Park

Huntly F.C. have today, confirmed the appointment of George Clark as the new Chairman of the club.

 

This appointment takes immediate effect, and George will be joined by two further Director appointments, Dr Gordon Carter, and local building contractor Sandy Morris.

 

As the Managing Director of Quantum Claims Ltd, George has a strong business background in the region. He has also retained close links with Huntly Football Club , managing the under 17 youth team, and acting as an advisor to the Board for an extended period.

 

"It’s a real honour to take up the position of Chairman of a club with such a rich and successful history. My immediate priority will be to strengthen the team involved in running the club, and I’m pleased that Gordon and Sandy have agreed to join as a first step in this process.

The club has been through challenging times of late, and our primary objective now  will be to engage the community at every level. This will be the key to ensuring a sustainable and  successful future for the Club"

 

New Director Dr Gordon Carter, G.P. at the Huntly based Bydand Medical Group added "We are a community club and we want to encourage local involvement in running and supporting the club. If you would like to get involved we would be pleased to hear from you"

Suspension News: 30th May

A number of Highland League players will start the 2013/14 season with suspensions due to an accumulation of cards at the end of 2012/13.

Full list of suspensions involving Highland League clubs

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End of Term Report Cards 2012-13: Turriff United

For the second night running the End of Term Report Card 2012-13 series takes us to a freshly furnished trophy room. Turriff United enjoyed Morrison Motors (Turriff) Aberdeenshire Shield success for the second time in three seasons, reclaiming the trophy from Fraserburgh who won it last season. In addition, United marked their first ever Scottish Cup campaign with progress to the Fourth Round, and managed to take First Division runners-up Greenock Morton to a replay following a momentous 1-1 draw at the Haughs.

As seen in today’s HFL Newsround, co-managers Mark Simpson and James Duthie have managed to retain the services of a large proportion of their first team squad, and http://www.hflhub.co.uk reporter Andy Skinner caught up with the latter to review the season gone by.

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End of Term Report Cards 2012-13: Forres Mechanics

Forres Mechanics began the season with last season’s league title triumph still fresh in the memory. However as the season wore on their hopes of defending their crown thinned, as injuries hampered manager Charlie Rowley’s hopes of fielding a settled team.

Their reward for last season’s campaign was a bye into the second round of the Scottish Cup, where they were paired with Glasgow giants Rangers, and were unfortunate to go down by a solitary goal in front of a sell-out Mosset Park crowd. http://www.hflhub.co.uk reporter Andy Skinner caught up with Rowley to review the season. 

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HFL Newsround: 29th May 2013

Turriff United have placed wingers Darren McAllister and Donald Fraser on the transfer list. Local lad Fraser netted on his last home appearance for the club, a 2-1 defeat by Clach just over a fortnight ago.

Meanwhile McAllister is considering retirement

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Latest Results

06-05-2017 15:00 - North of Scotland Cup Semi-Finals
Brora Rangers 4 : 1 Forres Mechanics
Rothes 1 : 2 Fort William
06-05-2017 15:00 - SPFL Pyramid Playoffs Second Leg
East Kilbride 2 : 1 Buckie Thistle
29-04-2017 15:00 - North of Scotland Cup Quarter-Finals
Nairn County 1 : 3 Brora Rangers
Halkirk United 0 : 3 Forres Mechanics
Golspie Sutherland 0 : 3 Rothes
Fort William 3 : 0 Invergordon
29-04-2017 15:00 - SPFL Pyramid Playoffs First Leg
Buckie Thistle 2 : 2 East Kilbride
22-04-2017 15:00 - North of Scotland Cup First Round
Forres Mechanics 2 : 1 Clachnacuddin
22-04-2017 15:00 - SHFL Week 38
Fraserburgh 2 : 0 Huntly
Rothes 0 : 2 Nairn County
Wick Academy 2 : 2 Formartine United
Buckie Thistle 9 : 0 Strathspey Thistle
Cove Rangers 5 : 0 Lossiemouth
19-04-2017 20:00 - North of Scotland Cup First Round
Rothes 2 : 0 Wick Academy

Press and Journal Highland League 2016-17

Rank Teams Played GD Points
1 Buckie Thistle 34 94 82
2 Cove Rangers 34 79 82
3 Brora Rangers 34 80 81
4 Formartine United 34 35 73
5 Fraserburgh 34 29 63
6 Forres Mechanics 34 21 58
7 Turriff United 34 14 58
8 Wick Academy 34 23 53
9 Inverurie Locos 34 18 50
10 Keith 34 -14 47
11 Clachnacuddin 34 -24 41
12 Lossiemouth 34 -18 38
13 Nairn County 34 -17 34
14 Huntly 34 -43 34
15 Deveronvale 34 -24 30
16 Rothes 34 -69 26
17 Fort William 34 -92 11
18 Strathspey Thistle 34 -92 9

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