Huntly v Buckie Thistle


Huntly v Fraserburgh (Morrison Motors Aberdeenshire Shield Semi Final)


Huntly v Turriff United


Huntly v Wick Academy


Huntly v Banks O Dee


Huntly U18 v Fraserburgh U18

Scottish Highland Football Under 18 League – East, Huntly v Fraserburgh, Monday 14th November 2022

The Broch youngsters got off to the worst possible start when Lucas Sey burst through in the second minute and was tripped by Sam Inglis. The Huntly striker got up and dusted himself down before dispatching the spot-kick into the net. On 16 minutes Callum Kelly was played through on goal but George Ritchie did well to save, Stuart Laird picked up the rebound only to see his shot cleared off the line and when Kelly recovered the loose ball his shot cannoned off the post to safety.

Eight minutes later Laird had an effort from 12 yards well saved by Ritchie at the second attempt. A minute after that Ross Taylor fizzed in a shot which was just too high. Inglis redeemed himself on 37 minutes when he tipped over a 20 yard drive from Daryl Webster. Two minutes before the break good work by Dylan Robertson set up Taylor who sliced his shot wide of goal from a good position.

Half Time: Huntly 1 Fraserburgh 0

Taylor found his way into the referee’s notebook on 54 minutes but six minutes later good harrying by the Broch forward set up a chance for Nicol Dall which the Huntly defence managed to clear away. Ricky Milne was booked on 62 minutes for a foul on Scott Cameron and from the resultant free-kick swung in by Ethan Walker Webster rose high to nod the ball into the net.

Joshua Hawkins set up a chance for Laird on 69 minutes which was saved again by the impressive Ritchie in the home goal. Inglis had to move smartly on 86 minutes to turn over a drive by Zander Zvegintzov and right at the death Taylor created a chance for Dall but once again it was saved by the Huntly keeper.

Full Time: Huntly 2 Fraserburgh 0

Huntly: George Ritchie, Zander Zvegintzov, Lucas Sey (Henry Coutts 67), Murdo Reid, Alfie Bain (Kasper Kaniewski, 80), Daryl Webster (Jake Blues 88), Stevie Paterson, Callum Christie, Scott Cameron (Euan Riach 89), Jamie Geddes, Ethan Walker.
Sub not used: Adam Golebiewski.
Goalscorers: Lucas Sey (2, penalty), Daryl Webster (63).

Fraserburgh: Sam Inglis, Jake Garden, Joshua Hawkins, Ben Riddell, Kyle Wood (Adam Henderson), Cameron Robertson, Ross Taylor, Dylan Robertson (Ryan McLean 68), Callum Kelly (Nicol Dall 46), Ricky Milne (Lennon Hastie 68), Stuart Laird.
Sub not used: Ethan Sutherland.

Match Officials – Referee: Robert Mackinnon, Assistant Referees: Rhys Jones & Stuart MacGregor.


Huntly v Brora Rangers


Huntly v Fraserburgh (Breedon Highland League)

Breedon Scottish Highland Football League, Huntly v Fraserburgh, Wednesday 2nd November 2022

Huntly had the first effort of the game when Cameron Blacklock’s swirling cross came back off the crossbar. On 14 minutes Ross Aitken went on a driving run which ended with Logan Watt seeing his shot saved by Fraser Hobday, after Paul Campbell had just failed to get on the end of the initial cross.

Four minutes later Watt’s cross was met by the head of Kieran Simpson but this time it was the visitors who had cause to rue the woodwork as the defender’s effort smacked off the crossbar. Simpson was denied again on 23 minutes when Scott Barbour found space on the left to cross but Hobday was in the right position to pull off a great save.

Huntly came close on 27 minutes when Adam Hunter found Adam Morris inside the penalty area but the shot was deflected wide for a corner. The woodwork was playing a big part in the game and on 33 minutes a swirling cross by William West came back off the crossbar to Barbour who couldn’t force home the rebound. A minute later Campbell released Barbour and the Broch striker poked the ball beyond Hobday and into the net to give the visitors the lead.

Huntly levelled on 39 minutes when Hunter found Callum Murray with a pass at the edge of the penalty area and he swept the ball past Joe Barbour in the Fraserburgh goal. The Broch had one more chance before the break when Paul Young crossed to the back post where Sean Butcher saw his diving header go wide.

Half Time: Huntly 1 Fraserburgh 1

Paul Young tested Hobday from 25 yards two minutes into the second half with the Huntly keeper getting a fingertip to the ball to turn it round the post. On 54 minutes Morris tripped Campbell inside the box and the Broch striker made no mistake from the spot to regain the lead for the Broch. The visitors were in total control and Butcher flicked the ball onto Young who saw another shot pushed away by Hobday.

The third goal was only delayed by seconds though as Barbour’s corner was cleared off the line by the home defence, West was on hand the head the rebound home. Huntly had a chance on 70 minutes to reduce the leeway when the ball broke to Michael Clark after a corner had been cleared but he poked the ball over the crossbar.

Simpson tried his luck from a free-kick on 78 minutes which Hobday somehow managed to tip over the crossbar. Right at the death Barbour’s through ball was deflected by a home defender and Hobday did well to save, the rebound broke to Young who tucked the ball home to complete the scoring.

Full Time: Huntly 1 Fraserburgh 4

Huntly: Fraser Hobday, James Connelly, Lyall Booth, Michael Clark, Kyle Dalling, Ross Still, Cameron Blacklock, Adam Morris (Ryan Sewell 68), Gavin Elphinstone (Robbie Foster 74), Andrew Hunter (Brodie Allen 86), Callum Murray.
Subs not used: Jack McCormick, Colin Charlesworth, Angus Grant, Euan Storrier.
Goalscorer: Callum Murray (39).

Fraserburgh: Joe Barbour, Ross Aitken, William West, Bryan Hay, Kieran Simpson, Paul Young, Logan Watt (Ryan Sargent 74), Greg Buchan, Paul Campbell (Zane Laird 74), Sean Butcher (Jamie Beagrie 81), Scott Barbour.
Subs not used: Connor Wood, Callum Kelly, Kyle Wood, Paul Leask.
Goalscorers: Scott Barbour (34), Paul Campbell (54, penalty), William West (62), Paul Young (90).

Match Officials – Referee: Duncan Nicolson, Assistant Referees: Paul Hendry & Martin Bell.


Huntly U18 v Hermes U18


Huntly v Nairn County