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Team of the Week 24th August v Team of Midweek 27-28 August: Goals galore for Greig and Gauldy

Brora Rangers midfielder Andrew Greig enjoyed a thoroughly successful afternoon on Saturday, scoring twice and producing a Man of the Match performance to earn a rating of 9 out of 10. The former ICT midfielder is the latest Player of the Week, and you can read a full interview with the youngster from earlier in the week on http://www.hflhub.co.uk.

Fort William were particularly unfortunate to leave empty-handed from their encounter with Huntly, and skipper Andy Martin takes up a position beside veterans Mark Gray and Ross Tokely. Daniel Stewart came off for the bench to strike twice for Huntly, becoming the weekend's SuperSub.

The competition for attacking and wide midfield places is rife, with mentions going to Ryan Stott and Aaron Conway who were particularly unfortunate to miss out. Dean Donaldson was on target twice for Locos, while Daniel Moore was the goalscoring pick of the bunch in Nairn County's victory against Lossiemouth.

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Match Summaries: Wednesday 28th August 2013

Formartine United came from behind to defeat Turriff United 2-1 in the Evening Express Aberdeenshire Cup, to set up a semi-final tie away to Cove Rangers. Daniel Park cancelled out Gary Harris' first-half opener, before Cammy Keith struck the winner to send Steve Paterson's side into the last four of the competition.

Evening Express Aberdeenshire Cup Quarter Final

     

Tuesday August 26th 2013

     

Full-time

     

Formartine United

2

Turriff United

1

Scorers: Daniel   Park (63), Cammy Keith (66)

 

Scorers: Gary   Harris (44)

 

Andy Shearer, Steven   Jeffrey, Stuart Smith, Craig McKeown, Hamish Munro, Gary, Clark (Callum   Bagshaw 65), Daniel Park (Paul Napier 65), Neil McVitie (Stuart Soane 75),   Cammy Keith, Michael Ewen, Joe Hamill.

 

Stephen Coutts,   Lewis Davidson, Phil McKibben, Chris Herd, Cammy Bowden, Ben Allan, Aaron   McKenna, James Brownie, Gary Harris, Richie Ligertwood (Stephen Gauld 76),   Gary McGowan (James Chalmers 84).

 

Subs: Ross   Campbell, Richie Davidson.

 

Subs: Paul Young,   Mark Simpson, Keirin McCaffrey

 

Booked: Callum   Bagshaw (82)

 

Booked: James   Brownie (74)

 

Sent Off:

 

Sent Off:

 

Referee: Thomas Shaw

     

Greig making strides with thriving Cattachs

Brora Rangers maintained their position in the leading pack of four at the top of the Highland League table on Saturday, after a crushing defeat of Fraserburgh who failed to re-adjust and cope following the loss of Ryan Christie and Steven Main to injury early on.

The Cattachs defended superbly with Ross Tokely like a rock at the back, Joe Malin's handling impeccable, the engine room personnel in control and strikers deadly up front. Steven Mackay pounced with the opening two goals, Andrew Greig netting the final two at the second half midway point and right at the end.

Greig, 19, simply teased and tormented the home team in the second half, impossible to pin down and pull the ball from. He is a player who put his experience of playing full time with Inverness Caley Thistle to great use. Having signed a professional contract in 2010 and a player in the Johnny Hayes mould, who's to say a return to the full time ranks is not possible.

After the match, young Greig was happy to deflect credit from himself to a great all round display when he spoke to http://www.hflhub.co.uk reporter John Innes:

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Broch blown aside by impressive young Dons

 A very slick young Aberdeen outfit blew Fraserburgh away in a ruthless display in Monday's nights friendly at Bellslea Park.

The Dons fielded a side that included Andrew Considine as well as Broch lad Jamie Masson for a game arranged due to Aberdeen's inactivity in the SPL under20s league this week, and it was the away side who took the lead on 12 minutes, a low drive from around 25 yards by left-back Scott McKenna slipped beyond the grasp of Fraserburgh goalkeeper Jonathan Dunbar and into the net.

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Tuesday 27th August 2013: Locos canter through

A hat trick from Neil Gauld helped Inverurie Locos on their way to a comfortable 5-1 victory over Banks O'Dee at Harlaw Park tonight. The full match report and sayings will be added later in the evening and you can access that by clicking on the result of the game and then selecting the report or sayings options that will appear linked to that game.

  

Evening   Express Aberdeenshire Cup Quarter Finals

     

Tuesday August 27th  2013

     

Full Time

     

Inverurie Locos

5

Banks O Dee

1

Scorers: Neil Gauld (11, 24, 74), Martin Bavidge (15) Dean Donaldson (66)

 

Scorers: Liam McCall (80)

 

Andy Reid, Marc Young John Maitland, Scott Begg (Keiran Adams 69), Mark Souter, Neil  McLean, Andy Hunter, Andy Low, Neil Gauld (David Ross 75), Martin Bavidge, Dean Donaldson

 

Michael Smith, Joe Priestley, Max Alexander, Sean Croll, Neale Allan,  Kane Winton, Stephen Jack, Ross Forsyth, Keith Horne, Iain Cruickshank, Jindrich  Biscup

 

Subs: Steven Park, , Kenny Coull Scott  Matheson

 

Subs: Liam McCall, Ryan Stewart, Chris Liversedge, Robert Turnbull,   Jordan Reid

 

Booked:

 

Booked:

 

Sent Off:

 

Sent Off:

 

Referee: Morag Pirie

     

Matchday Stats: Saturday 24th August 2013

An average of more than four goals were scored per game this weekend, with the net bulged 37 times across Saturday's nine games. More than a quarter of these came in the 61-75 minute zone, with another eight in the 76-90 minute phase meaning nearly half the goal tally came in the final third of the 90 minutes.

For the second weekend running there were no further hat-trick heroes, however Cammy Keith's midweek treble in the Ramsdens Cup against Elgin City puts him joint on two for the season with Sam Mackay.

Mackay's Wick Academy have moved ahead of the shut-out ranks with their fourth consecutive clean sheet of the season. They also chief the form guide alongside Brora Rangers and Formartine United, with each recording an impressive six straight wins.

The season's goal tally has also broken the 200 mark across 52 games in all competitions, meaning an average of 4.02 goals per game.

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Matchday Summaries Saturday 24th August: Status Quo at the summit

For the third week running, the Highland League summit is a four-way split between the quartet who maintained maximum points. They did it in style too – with Formartine United, Wick Academy and Brora Rangers all hitting four goals, while Inverurie Locos struck Rothes for five at MacKessack Park with Dean Donaldson netting twice.

 

Michael Ewen’s double helped Formartine to a 4-2 victory over Keith, with Cammy Keith having netted against his old club. Brother Sean netted a late consolation which came too late for the Maroons.

 

Wick Academy ran out 4-0 winners at Princess Royal Park, and remain on top of the pile on goal difference having still not conceded. Brora Rangers notched a fine 4-1 win over Fraserburgh at the Bellslea meanwhile, with Steven Mackay and Andrew Greig both on target twice.

 

An entertaining but heated encounter at Victoria Park saw the points shared in 2-2 draw, with Cove twice fighting back to take a point back to Aberdeen. Both sides were reduced to ten men in stoppage time.

 

Clachnacuddin and Huntly also came from behind to win their respective home clashes, with Clach seeing off Forres Mechanics and Huntly eventually succeeding through two Daniel Stewart goals having twice trailed to a spirited Fort William side.

 

Nairn County saw off Lossiemouth 2-1, while Turriff United overcame Strathspey Thistle thanks to Aaron McKenna’s second-half goal between two injury-hit sides.

 

Full match summaries are below:

 

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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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Cove Rangers 0 : 3 Nairn County
Strathspey Thistle 1 : 4 Fraserburgh
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Wick Academy 1 : 3 Cove Rangers
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Deveronvale 2 : 1 Nairn County
Formartine United 12 : 0 Fort William

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