Created: Wednesday, 25 April 2018 22:01
Published: Wednesday, 25 April 2018 22:01
Written by Stephen Shand
Deveronvale 5-0 Fort William
Vale: Dane Ballard (53), Lewis Dunbar (56, 90), Grant Noble (60), Michael Dunn (68)
Lewis Campbell sent off (51)
Rothes 3-1 Brora Rangers
Rothes: Jaime Wilson (6), Craig Cormack (8), James MacKay (72)
Brora: Steven Mackay (74)
Created: Friday, 20 April 2018 23:49
Published: Friday, 20 April 2018 23:49
Written by Stephen Shand
Brora Rangers v Huntly
Brora take on Huntly at Dudgeon Park and they remain without several players for this one. The home side will hope to bounce back from a run of three league defeats in a row.
Ross Still is suspended for the visitors, while Mike Ewen, Martin Charlesworth, Andy Reid, Zander Jack and Tom Andrews are all out injured. Ryan McRitchie will have a late fitness test and Paul Napier could miss out due to work commitments.
Deveronvale v Nairn County
Deveronvale end their season with two home games as they aim for a top half finish. Victory over their Highland visitors would take Vale above their opponents in the league table.
Nairn go into the game with the same squad who recorded two excellent home wins over Fraserburgh and Turriff in the last week.
Formartine Utd v Fort William
Player-Manager Paul Lawson is suspended and misses the visit of Fort William to North Lodge Park. Formartine are in tremendous form and two wins from their last two games will see them finish in second place.
Fort struck late to earn a point at Strathspey in midweek and they'll need to improve that form if they're to take anything from their visit to Pitmedden.
Forres Mechanics v Lossiemouth
Forres are also in superb form with 18 wins from their last 21 games. Lee Fraser is their only absentee for their last game of the season at home to Lossiemouth.
Ryan Farquhar is injured and misses out for Lossie, who also complete their campaign at Mosset Park.
Rothes v Fraserburgh
Rothes face Fraserburgh at Mackessack Park and they'll be without the injured Dan Moore (hamstring), Blair Maclennan (knee) and Blair MacDonald (ankle).
Jamie Beagrie misses out for the Broch as he is offshore. The Bellslea men returned to form with an excellent win at Brora in midweek, and will seal a place in the top four if they can win their remaining two fixtures.
Wick Academy v Cove Rangers
Wick host champions Cove and are without Marc Macgregor, Jack Henry, Gordy McNab, Davie Allan and Brandon Sinclair through injury. Jack Halliday, Andy Hardwick and Gordon Macnab have work commitments, while Michael Steven and Grant Steven are both doubtful. Club legend Gary Weir and 16-year-old Ben Sinclair are in the squad.
Cove travel north without Sam Burnett, Grant Campbell, Ryan Strachan, Daniel Park and Darryn Kelly, who are all injured.