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Full time: Fort and Keith share the spoils

Highland League

Fort William 3-3 Keith 

Fort: Lewis Campbell (37), Stephen Lopez (47), Michael Gillespie (54) 

Keith: Scorers to follow

Brora boss resigns, Fort stay in league

Brora Rangers have announced the resignation of manager Ross Tokely and his assistant Kevin Munro with immediate effect.

Chairman William Powrie said “It is with great regret that Ross has decided to leave the club, for whom he has been a great servant as both a player, and for the last 18 months as manager."

Elsewhere, after several public and comittee meetings,  Fort William have decided to continue playing in the Highland League next season.

This follows some big changes at the club earlier this week, with five directors stepping down from their roles on Monday and three new directors joining the Board the following day.

Full Time scores and scorers: Sat 28th April

SPFL Pyramid Play-off Semi-Final 

Cove Rangers 4-0 Spartans  

Cove: Mitch Megginson (41), Paul McManus (48 pen, 67), Eric Watson (52) 

Highland League  

Formartine Utd 2-1 Wick Academy  

Formartine: Graeme Rodger (40), Wayne Mackintosh (86) 

Wick: Alan Hughes (82) 

Jevan Anderson sent off (80) 

Fort William 3-7 Turriff Utd  

Fort: Scott Hunter (25, 41) Liam Taylor (29) 

Turriff: Scott Miller (7, 44, 80), David Booth (32 pen), Angus Grant (75, 83), James Chalmers (89) 

Iain Foggo sent off (43)

Strathspey Th 0-7 Brora Rangers   

Brora: Kyle Macleod (11, 13, 27), Mark Nicolson (24), Craig Campbell (40, 50), Aidan Wilson (89) 

Full time score: Cove through to face Cowdenbeath

SPFL Pyramid Play-off Semi-Final second leg

Spartans 2-1 Cove Rangers

Spartans: Jamie Dishington (79), Blair Atkinson (86)

Cove: Paul McManus (71)

(Cove win 5-2 on aggregate)

Match previews: Saturday 28th April

Cove Rangers take on Spartans in the Semi-Final first leg of the SPFL Pyramid Play-off at Harlaw Park.

Manager John Sheran rested several players for the league games against Wick and Nairn, and he'll be hoping to have Darryn Kelly and Ryan Strachan available again after injury.

The visitors have players with experience of winning promotion with Edinburgh City two years ago, when they beat today's opponents in the play-offs. Cove will be particularly wary of striker Ross Allum, who scored a double for City in the first leg of that semi-final at Harlaw Park.

In the Highland League, Formartine will look to finish an excellent season with victory over Wick at North Lodge Park. Three points would ensure a second-placed finish for the home side. Wick have enjoyed a superb second half of the season and a win for Academy would see them climb above Huntly and Rothes into tenth.

Strathspey end their campaign against Brora at Seafield Park, where a win for the Jags could see them finish as high as 15th. Injuries have blighted the second half of Brora's season and they will finish in sixth place regardless of the results in their last two matches.

Fort William take on Turriff at Claggan Park and both sides will be looking to finish a difficult season on a positive note.

Fixtures

Recent Results

23-09-2018 15:00 - Scottish Cup First Round
Stirling University 2 : 1 Keith
22-09-2018 15:00 - Scottish Cup First Round
Brora Rangers 4 : 3 Turriff United
Nairn County 1 : 3 Beith Juniors
Deveronvale 2 : 1 Bonnyrigg Rose Athletic
Rothes 4 : 0 Clachnacuddin
Edusport Academy 3 : 1 Buckie Thistle
Strathspey Thistle 0 : 2 Coldstream FC
Forres Mechanics 2 : 2 Civil Service Strollers
Wick Academy 1 : 2 Auchinleck Talbot
Gala Fairydean Rovers 6 : 0 Lossiemouth
Huntly 1 : 4 East Stirling
21-09-2018 20:00 - Scottish Cup First Round
Inverurie Locos 3 : 4 Fraserburgh
15-09-2018 15:00 - SHFL Week 8
Buckie Thistle 5 : 2 Wick Academy
Nairn County 5 : 2 Turriff United
Cove Rangers 2 : 0 Formartine United
Rothes 3 : 1 Forres Mechanics
Fraserburgh 3 : 0 Clachnacuddin
Huntly 2 : 0 Deveronvale

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