Created: Thursday, 30 July 2015 11:40
Written by HFLhub Reporter
Deveronvale have added former Aberdeen youngster Bradley Manson to their first team squad.
Vale manager Ally Macleod said: "I’m very pleased that Bradley has chosen to join Deveronvale and look forward to working with him to develop the undoubted potential he has and furthering his football career.
"Although Bradley has played much of his career to date in central defence, I envisage him playing a more forward orientated midfield role in the team."
Created: Thursday, 30 July 2015 11:04
Written by Ross McTavish
Brora kicked-off the defence of their Highland League title with a 3-0 victory at Lossiemouth.
Stuart Kettlewell, Paul Brindle and Scott Graham were on target for the Cattachs.
In the Aberdeenshire Cup, Cove won 2-1 at Formartine thanks to a great 25-yard strike from Daryl Nicol and a header by Jonny Smith.
In between, United got back on level terms through Paul Lawson’s superb curling free-kick.
Inverurie Locos scored three goals in extra-time to see off Buckie 4-1.
The Jags took an early lead through Chris Angus, only for the Harlaw Park team to equalise in the 78th minute with a header from Martin Laing.
In extra-time, a double from Joe McCabe and Gordon Forsyth’s strike gave Inverurie the win.
Deveronvale won 5-2 away at Aberdeen University.
Strikes from Paul Millar, Scott Fraser, Gary Harris and Sean Keith, and a Jordan Smith own goal, did the damage for the Banff club.
Dean Fletcher and Neil Moir scored for the students.