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Full time score and scorers: Sat 8th May

A hat-trick from Nathan Austin ended Brora Rangers' play-off hopes, as Kelty Hearts progressed to the play-off final with a convincing win over the Cattachs at New Central Park. 
Brora did go in front in the first half through an excellent Greg Morrison strike, but Austin levelled matters just two minutes later, then went on to complete his treble after the break. Dylan Easton completed the scoring late on.
SPFL Pyramid play-off semi-final second leg
Kelty Hearts 4-1 Brora Rangers (Kelty win 6-1 on aggregate)
Kelty: Nathan Austin (3), Dylan Easton
Brora: Greg Morrison

Full time score and scorers: Tuesday 4th May

Brora Rangers face an uphill task to reach the Pyramid play-off final after a first leg defeat to Kelty Hearts at Dudgeon Park.

Goalkeeper Joe Malin did his best to keep his team level early on, producing a stunning two penalty saves in the opening ten minutes. The Brora number one firstly kept out Kallum Higginbotham's spot kick in the 5th minute, then saved Nathan Austin's effort from 12 yards just four minutes later. 

The visitors finally went in front after 21 minutes with a spectacular long range strike from Dylan Easton. 

Jordan Macrae was denied by a fine save from Darren Jamieson before the break, but it was Higginbotham who atoned for his earlier penalty miss when he slotted home the visitors' third penalty award in the 56th minute. 

Jamieson produced another superb stop to keep out Marc Nicholson's header as Brora looked for a way back into the match, but it ended with a two-goal advantage for Kelty going into Saturday's second leg. 

Pyramid play-off semi-final first leg 

Brora Rangers 0-2 Kelty Hearts 

Kelty: Dylan Easton, Kallum Higginbotham (pen)

Scottish Cup Third Round preview

Scottish Cup Third Round 
Brora Rangers v Stranraer
Brora take on League Two Stranraer at Dudgeon Park, as they aim to emulate their heroics against Hearts in the last round. Manager Steven Mackay has a fully fit squad to choose from, minus the cup-tied Ali Sutherland, who joined the club on a three-year deal from Rothes this week. 
Stranraer sit in 5th place in League Two, level on points with Elgin City who occupy the final play-off spot. They will be aiming to avoid a repeat of their Third Round loss to the Cattachs in November 2017. 
Formartine Utd v Motherwell
Formartine knocked out Annan on penalties in the last round to earn a plum tie against Motherwell at North Lodge Park. United boss Paul Lawson will relish the opportunity to come up against one of his former clubs. 
The Fir Park men are in ninth place in the Premiership, seven points clear of Kilmarnock in the relegation play-off spot. They could include current Scotland right back Stephen O'Donnell in their line-up for this one. 
Fraserburgh v Montrose 
Broch boss Mark Cowie also has a full squad to choose from for the visit of League One side Montrose to Bellslea. The home side were boosted this week with the news that club captain Ryan Christie, goalkeeper Eddie Flinn and promising youngster Logan Watt have all signed contract extensions. 
Visitors Montrose climbed to third place in League One with an excellent win over East Fife in midweek. They now sit just six points behind league leaders Falkirk.

Full Time scores and scorers: Saturday 3rd April

Scottish Cup Third Round 
Brora Rangers 1-3 Stranraer (after extra time) 
Brora: Dale Gillespie (pen)
Stranraer: James Hilton, Matty Yates, Thomas Orr
Formartine Utd 0-5 Motherwell
Well: Chris Long, Jordan Roberts (2), Devante Cole, Allan Campbell
Fraserburgh 2-4 Montrose 
Broch: Gary Harris (pen), Scott Barbour 
Montrose: Chris Mochrie, Graham Webster, Russell McLean, Lewis Milne

Highland League 20/21 season ended, Brora declared champions

The Highland League League Management Committee has met and decided to call a halt to season 2020-2021, because it could not see a viable means to finish it in time to also allow preparations for season 2021-2022. 

The hope is that the new season will provide circumstances which allow a return to more normal activity.

The LMC also decided to honour it's obligation to the Scottish Football Pyramid, by declaring Brora Rangers FC the Highland League champions for season 2020-2021. This was decided on a points-per-game basis, with Brora finishing above Fraserburgh, Buckie Thistle, Formartine United and Inverurie Locos on goal difference. 


Recent Results

08-05-2021 15:00 - SPFL Pyramid play-off Semi-Final second leg
Kelty Hearts 4 : 1 Brora Rangers
04-05-2021 19:00 - SPFL Pyramid play-off Semi-Final first leg
Brora Rangers 0 : 2 Kelty Hearts
03-04-2021 15:00 - Scottish Cup Third Round
Brora Rangers 1 : 3 Stranraer
Formartine United 0 : 5 Motherwell
Fraserburgh 2 : 4 Montrose
23-03-2021 20:00 - Scottish Cup Second Round
Buckie Thistle 2 : 3 Inverness Caledonian Thistle
23-03-2021 19:45 - Scottish Cup Second Round
Keith 0 : 2 Clyde
Dumbarton 4 : 0 Huntly
Formartine United 1 : 1 Annan Athletic
Brora Rangers 2 : 1 Hearts
23-03-2021 19:30 - Scottish Cup Second Round
Nairn County 1 : 7 Montrose
09-01-2021 15:00 - Scottish Cup Second Round
Fraserburgh 2 : 1 Banks O' Dee
06-01-2021 20:00 - Scottish Cup First Round
Huntly 3 : 1 Cumbernauld Colts
02-01-2021 15:00 - SHFL Week 4
Fraserburgh 13 : 1 Turriff United
Clachnacuddin 2 : 4 Inverurie Locos
Formartine United 2 : 1 Nairn County
26-12-2020 15:00 - Scottish Cup First Round
Keith 4 : 2 Hill of Beath Hawthorn
Nairn County 0 : 0 Broxburn Athletic

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