Position: Defender

Nathan Stuart

Debut v Fort William 30/04/2016. Nathan made his debut four years ago after some fine performances in the U20 team. He is comfortable on the ball with a good range of passing and good potential for the future. He scored his first goal against Turriff United last season.

Lewis Davidson

Debut v Wick Academy 29/07/2017. Lewis joined from Turriff United at the start of the 2017/8 season having signed a pre contract with the club at the same time as Paul Young. A former Aberdeeen and Peterhead youth player he can play in a variety of positions on the right side and has added both defensive and attacking abilities to the team giving Mark Cowie more options on the flanks.

Kieran Simpson

Debut v Fort William 10/02/2018. Kieran made his debut two seasons ago after impressing in the Aberdeenshire League. A centre half he takes after his father Mark who starred for Peterhead, Inverurie Loco Works and Formartine United. He is good in the air and is a threat in the opposition penalty area as well, scoring on his debut. He already looks comfortable at the heart of the Broch defence.

Ryan Cowie

Debut v Fort William 11/08/2012. Ryan has been with the club for since 2012 having been signed from Turriff United. Younger brother of the manager, Ryan has become an integral part of the first team. He can play wide on either flank but more often than not turns out at left back. His delivery from corners and free kicks cause many dangerous situations for opponents not to mention the odd spectacular goal.

Owen Cairns

Debut v Wick Academy 27/07/2019. Owen joined in the summer from Turriff United where he spent two years. A former Ross County youth he joined Strathspey Thistle in 2015 where he played several games over two seasons. His best position is fullback where he showed excellent pace and crossing ability to set up the Broch’s fourth goal against Wick Academy on his debut.

Ryan Christie

Debut v Keith 28/09/2002.
Ryan rejoined the club in 2011 having joined as a schoolboy in 2000 before a serious injury and work commitments saw him take a break in 2008. He brings a wealth of experience and skill to the centre of defence/midfield and took over as club captain after Russell McBride’s departure but is currently out with a long term knee injury.

Bryan Hay

Bryan is a local loon who joined the club as a schoolboy in 2004. He is very assured on the ball and calm under pressure and has the pace to keep up with any forward. He has passed 400 appearances and will be remembered for netting the winner against Spartans to set up the Scottish Cup tie against Rangers. He is another who is currently out injured.