PC reaches Double Century

In yesterday’s match at Bonnyrigg, Paul Campbell made his 200th Appearance for the club. Along the way Paul has scored 119 goals.

Congratulations Paul.

Gary Harris confirms retirement from football

Saturday’s 5-0 victory over Forres Mechanics signalled the end of Gary Harris football career as he confirmed he would be retiring from the game. He could not have picked a better way to end a glittering stay at the Broch than picking up a Highland League winners medal to go alongside the Aberdeenshire Cup and Aberdeenshire Shield winners medals he had already won.

The former Huntly, Turriff United (twice), Keith and Deveronvale striker signed for Fraserburgh in September 2016 and scored on his debut in a Scottish Cup tie at Gala Fairydean Rovers. Overall the 34 year old made 115 appearances for the club scoring 65 times including 12 during the current campaign. Had it not been for some serious injuries during his time with the Broch, no doubt he would have scored even more goals in the Black & White.

Gary twice won the Aberdeenshire Shield during his time with Turriff United including a famous victory over Aberdeen at Balmoor Stadium.

Everyone connected with Fraserburgh FC wishes Gary, Ellie and the family all the best for the future, you are welcome back at Bellslea Park any time.

200 Goals for Scott Barbour

Scott Barbour’s second goal in tonight’s 4-2 victory over Strathspey Thistle was his 200th for the club over two spells. Fig as he’s more commonly known actually made his debut for the club against Clachnacuddin in the final match of the 2008/09 season. After a short time away Kris Hunter signed Scott at the start of the 2011/12 season and he netted his first goal in a 3-3 draw at Huntly.

His goalscoring exploits over four campaigns earned Scott a move to Formartine United to be reunited with Kris at the start of the 2015/16 season and whilst he bagged his fair share of goals for the North Lodge Park side he returned “home” at the beginning of the 2018/19 season. Overall Scott has made 277 appearances for the Broch and averages a goal every 1.4 games, a fantastic return.

He is now only 10 goals behind club legend Davie Robertson (210) and 37 behind our all time leading goalscorer Michael Stephen (237). Well done Fig here’s hoping for many more goals in the Black and White.

Jamie Beagrie – 200th Appearance

In last night’s match at Deveronvale, Jamie Beagrie made his 200th Appearance for the club. Along the way he has scored 25 goals.

Jamie made his debut on 2nd August 2008 at home to Clachnacuddin in a 1-1 draw. His first goal was in a 3-1 home win over Brora Rangers on 13th December 2008. Jamie left in 2010 signing for Cove Rangers.

He returned to Bellslea Park in 2016.

Well done Jamie, a great achievement.

Mark Cowie & James Duthie – 250 games in charge

Yesterday’s game away to Keith was Mark Cowie, and his assistant Jame Duthie’s, 250th game in charge. Only Charlie Duncan has been Manager for more games than Mark.

Brian McCann was appointed the Broch’s first official manager in August 1975 and was in charge for 101 games. He was followed by Tommy McMillan (23) , Bobby Forsyth (67) , George Adams (80), Alan Scott (15), George Malley (73), Brian McCann for a second spell of four games and then Charlie Duncan with an amazing total of 1079 followed by Kris Hunter (167)

Mark’s record is detailed below

Competition Played Won Draw Lost For Against
Aberdeenshire Cup 16 12 0 4 33 18
Aberdeenshire Shield 14 9 0 5 21 23
League 189 125 25 39 567 222
League Cup 12 7 0 5 33 15
Scottish Challenge Cup 3 0 0 3 4 6
Scottish Cup 16 9 0 7 28 30
TOTAL 250 162 25 63 686 314

100 up for Butcher

Congratulations to Sean Butcher who made his 100th Appearance yesterday in our match agaisnt Turriff United.  Sean has scored 57 goals in his 100 games, an excellent return. Well done Butch !


100 up for Lewis Davidson & Grant Campbell reaches 50th Appearance

Congratulations to Lewis Davidson and Grant Campbell on reaching 100 and 50 appearances for the club respectively in yesterday’s 2-0 victory against Inverurie Loco Works.

Lewis who made his debut for the Broch against Wick Academy in 2017 has scored 4 times during his time at Bellslea and but for work commitments would have made many more appearances.

Grant joined the club in October of 2019, making his debut in the Aberdeenshire Cup Final win over Formartine United. He has netted 7 times and is looking to add to his 3 Highland League winners medals from his time at Cove Rangers.

We hope both players have many more matches in the black and white for the club.

Bryan Hay Awarded Testimonial

Bryan signed for the club as a fresh faced 15 year old on 2nd December 2004 and after good performances in the Youth Team, made his debut two years later on 30th December 2006 in a 2-2 draw away to Keith. He has made 450 appearances scoring 21 goals along the way.

Ryan Cowie 300 Appearances

Congratulations to Ryan Cowie who made his 300th appearacne in the match at Brechin City yesterday. Ryan has scored 25 along the way. Ryan made his debut on 11th August 2012 in a 6-0 home win over Fort William.

Well done Ryan and here’s to many more.

Ryan is sponsored by long time supporters Mike McLean & John Wilson