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Full Time scores and statistics for games on Saturday 25th April

Saturday 25th April 2015

SPFL North/South Pyramid Playoff First Leg

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Edinburgh City

1

Brora Rangers

1

Scorers: Ortega Deniran (57)

 

Scorers: Martin Maclean (79)

 

Andrew Stobie, Jordan Caddow, Aaron James, Ross Allum (Grant Vanson 77), Joseph Mbu, Shaun Harrison, Ian McFarland, Dougie Gair (John Macdonald 83), Ortega Deniran (Mark McConnell 71), John Dunn, Chris McKee

 

Joe Malin, Scott Houston, Dale Gillespie, Craig McKeown, Grant Munro, Gavin Morrison, Martin Maclean, Scott Graham (Colin Maclean 75), Zander Sutherland, Steven Mackay, Andrew Greig (Ally Macdonald 65)

 

Subs: Mark Torrance, Frazer Paterson, Gordon Donaldson, Alan Mackintosh

 

Subs: Stuart Kettlewell, Michael Maclean, John Allan, Steve Martin

 

Booked: John Dunn (60), Dougie Gair (68)

 

Booked: Scott Graham (44)

 

Sent off:

 

Sent off:

 

Referee: David Munro

 

 

 

Morrison Motors Turriff Aberdeenshire Shield Final

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Fraserburgh

3





Turriff United

4

Scorers: William West (47), Steven Davidson (53), Graham Johnston (68 pen)

 

Scorers: Artjoms Kuznecovs (56 pen), Nikolas Wozniak (77, 86), Aaron McKenna (81)

 

Scott Cowe, Marc Dickson, Russell McBride, Ryan Cowie, Ryan Christie, Bryan Hay, John Chalmers (PA Bruce 85), William West, Steven Davidson, Graham Johnston, Scott Barbour

 

Kevin Main, Lewis Davidson, Robert Allan, Stuart Cumming (James Brownie 73), Cameron Bowden, Artjoms Kuznecovs, Aaron McKenna, Paul Young, Nicholas  (Nikolas Wozniak 57) Gray, Andrew MacAskill, Craig MacAskill (Gary Harris 57)

 

Subs: Cameron Buchan, Grant Noble, Courtney Cooper, Aidan Combe, Scott Fowlie, Edward Flinn

 

Subs: James Chalmers, Kenneth Mair, Jordan Clark, Chris Stuart

 

Booked: Marc Dickson (23), Scott Cowe (55)

 

Booked: Paul Young (39)

 

Sent off:

 

Sent off:

 

Referee: Thomas Shaw

 

 

 

Press and Journal Highland League

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Fort William

1

Cove Rangers

4

Scorers: James Whyte (42)

 

Scorers: Daryl Nicol (40), Jamie Watt (46), Jonny Smith (60), Daniel Park (70)

 

Robin Harvey, Ian Foggo, Willie Gemmell, Andrew MacPherson (T), Lewis Campbell (Nick Stein 46), Keith Millar, Barna Tot (Liam Taylor (T) 73), David Moffat, Darren Quigg, Ian MacLennan (Danny McIntosh 25), James Whyte

 

Murray Kinnaird, Alan Redford, Stirling Smith, Blair Yule, Eric Watson, Darryn Kelly, Michael Selfridge, Stuart Duff (Sam Burnett 82), Jamie Watt (Roy McBain 73), Daryl Nicol (Daniel Park 67), Jonny Smith

 

Subs:  Robert Lewandowski

 

Subs: Sam Burnett, Sandy Wood

 

Booked: Darren Quigg (87)

 

Booked:

 

Sent off:

 

Sent off:

 

Referee: Kevin McElhinney

 

 

 

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Keith

2

Wick Academy

3

Scorers: Stuart Massie (36), Hamish Ritchie (54)

 

Scorers: Sam Mackay (5), Richard MacAdie (20), Davie Allan (56)

 

David Dey, Aaron Scully (Scott Whelan 62), Stewart Hutcheon, Grant Mitchell (Finlay Stables 82), Michael Ralton, Bruce Milne, Matthew Macdonald, Hamish Ritchie, Mike Ewen, Ryan Stewart (Greig Smith 62), Stuart Massie

 

Graeme Williamson (T), Michael Steven, Grant Steven, Alan Farquhar, Gary Manson, Davie Allan, Sam Mackay, Grant Campbell, Steven Harrison, Richard MacAdie, Gary Weir (Sandy Sutherland (T) 82)

 

Subs: Robbie Collinson, Nathan Greig, Daniel Bell

 

Subs: Joe Wilson (T), Gordon Connelly (T), Sean McCarthy

 

Booked: Bruce Milne (43)

 

Booked: Davie Allan (52), Gary Weir (64), Michael Steven (72)

 

Sent off:

 

Sent off:

 

Referee: Liam Duncan

 

 

 

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Strathspey Thistle

1

Nairn County

2

Scorers: Scott Hume (18)

 

Scorers: Conor Gethins (5), Robbie Duncanson (82)

 

Steven Dunn, Martin Groat, Jack Maley, Jordan Wardrope, Martin Nedilakov, Connor Macaulay, Mark McKernie, James Mcshane, Thomas Borthwick, Josh Peters, Scott Hume

 

Calum Antell, Sean Webb, Paul McLeod, Martin Macdonald, Conor Gethins, Gregg Main, Sam Urquhart, Bradley Halsman, Adam Naismith, Robbie Duncanson, Glenn Main

 

Subs: Connor Aubrey, Ali Matheson

 

Subs: Ross Naismith, Reece Barton, Chris Mackinnon, Jack Maclean

 

Booked:

 

Booked:

 

Sent off:

 

Sent off: Paul MacLeod (26)

 

Referee: Graham Elder

 

 

 

Team news for games on Saturday 25th April

Morrison Motors Turriff Aberdeenshire Shield Final

Fraserburgh v Turriff United

The last silverware of the season for Highland League teams will be decided at Princess Royal Park, Banff.

Fraserburgh have a fully fit squad available as new boss Mark Cowie tries to win his first trophy as manager of the Broch.

Turriff have top scorer Gary McGowan and Chris Herd suspended. Darren Mackie and Liam Donaldson are injured, while Jamie Beagrie and Lesek Nowosielski miss out through work commitments. There are also doubts over whether Paul Young will make the game.

SPFL North/South Pyramid Playoff First Leg

Edinburgh City v Brora Rangers

Brora make the long trip to Meadowbank to face Lowland League champions Edinburgh City.

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Report for game on Wednesday 22nd April

Rothes 0-4 Fort William

A hat-trick from John McLeod fired Fort William to victory at Rothes.

The striker’s first goal arrived in the 33rd minute thanks to a thumping volley from outside the penalty area.

McLeod netted again midway through the second half and once again it was a superb strike, this time from 20 yards out.

The forward completed his hat-trick with a penalty 10 minutes from time, before late on Callum Maclean scored with a header after getting on the end of a corner from Barna Tot.

Sayings Special: Nine-man Nairn lose at Lossie

Nairn County manager Les Fridge insisted that his side did enough even with nine men to get something out of the game they lost 2-1 at Lossiemouth.

The County boss also admitted that he had no complaints about the sending off of Alan Pollock, but couldn’t see why Michael Morrison was awarded a red card. Both players were dismissed for violent conduct.

Pollock walked for lashing out at Ryan Farquhar, while Morrison was adjudged to have elbowed Willie Mathers.

Fridge said: “I have no problems with the first sending off. I thought Alan Pollock had raised his hand which was very stupid and it will be dealt with.

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Full Time score for game on Wednesday 22nd April

Wednesday 22nd April 2015
Press and Journal Highland League

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Rothes

0

Fort William

4

Scorers:

 

Scorers: John McLeod (33, 67, 80 pen), Callum Maclean (88)

 

Khalid Al-Samarraie, Stuart Hodge, Andrew Corbett, Stuart Thomson, Struan McArthur, Paul Winton, Donald Horsburgh, Nathan Wilson, Gary Ewen, Graham Shand, Gary Gallacher

 

Robin Harvey, John McLeod, Richard Tawse, James Whyte, Ross Macrae, Andreas Broomfield, Lewis Campbell, Darren Quigg, Andrew Hardwick, Callum Maclean, Iain Foggo

 

Subs: Stuart Lamberton, Lewis Mackay, Darren Jarvie

 

Subs: David Moffat, Barna Tot, Keith Millar, Robert Lewandowski, Scott Chisolm

 

Referee: Andy Milne

 

 

 

Sayings Special: Locos finish on a high but Broch struggle before final

Inverurie finished their season with an impressive 3-1 victory at Fraserburgh thanks to a double from Jordan Leyden and a goal by Martin Laing.

The win delighted Locos co-manager Scott Buchan, who said: “The boys were fantastic, up for the battle, energetic and enthusiastic. For a last game of the season you cannot ask for any more.

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Team news for Wednesday 22nd April

Rothes v Fort William

Fort William know victory at Rothes will see them leap two places in the Highland League to occupy 13th position.

The visitors will take a stronger squad to Mackessack Park than they assembled for the 4-0 defeat at Cove last Saturday.

Fort only had two substitutes available at the weekend, but on this occasion they hope to take a full squad to Rothes.

The hosts will be without Kenny Mair and Drew Howard, whose loan deals have expired and they have returned to their parent clubs. Brett Mitchell and Callum McIntosh are unavailable.

Reports for games on Saturday 18th April

Buckie Thistle 2-0 Huntly

Buckie signed off their Highland League campaign on a high by beating Huntly.

The hosts took the lead in the seventh minute after a cross from Chris Angus was turned into his own goal by Black and Golds trialist Connor Brian.

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Recent Results

SHFL Week 39 - 25-04-2015 15:00
Fort William 1 : 4 Cove Rangers
Keith 2 : 3 Wick Academy
Strathspey Thistle 1 : 2 Nairn County
Morrison Motors Aberdeenshire Shield Final - 25-04-2015 15:00
Fraserburgh 3 : 4 Turriff United
North/ South Play Off - 25-04-2015 15:00
Edinburgh City 1 : 1 Brora Rangers
SHFL Week 39 - 22-04-2015 20:00
Rothes 0 : 4 Fort William
SHFL Week 38 - 18-04-2015 15:00
Rothes 0 : 2 Brora Rangers
Cove Rangers 4 : 0 Fort William
Wick Academy 4 : 3 Forres Mechanics
Formartine United 1 : 2 Turriff United
Fraserburgh 1 : 3 Inverurie Locos
Keith 0 : 0 Deveronvale
Buckie Thistle 2 : 0 Huntly
Lossiemouth 2 : 1 Nairn County
Clachnacuddin 2 : 0 Strathspey Thistle

Press and Journal Highland League Table (2014-15) *

Team
Played Wins Draw Lost GD Points
1 Brora Rangers 34 30 4 0 121 94
2 Turriff United 34 27 2 5 50 80
3 Cove Rangers 34 22 7 5 63 73
4 Wick Academy 33 22 3 8 47 69
5 Formartine United 34 19 7 8 26 64
6 Inverurie Locos 34 20 3 11 43 63
7 Fraserburgh 33 18 8 7 42 62
8 Nairn County 34 18 3 13 45 57
9 Forres Mechanics 34 18 3 13 12 57
10 Buckie Thistle 34 15 5 14 5 50
11 Clachnacuddin 34 14 3 17 -11 45
12 Deveronvale 33 9 9 15 -28 36
13 Fort William 32 7 3 22 -46 24
14 Keith 34 7 3 24 -55 24
15 Lossiemouth 34 7 2 25 -55 23
16 Huntly 34 5 5 24 -63 20
17 Strathspey Thistle 33 3 5 25 -86 14
18 Rothes 34 2 5 27 -110 11

* - All stats updated to reflect Turriff United deducted 3 points for fielding ineligible player. 

Fixtures

North/ South Play Off - 02-05-2015 15:00
Brora Rangers - : - Edinburgh City
SHFL Week 41 - 02-05-2015 15:00
Fort William - : - Deveronvale
Wick Academy - : - Strathspey Thistle

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