A solitary David Booth goal gave Huntly their first away win in the league since 15th December 2018 with a one-nil win at Keith.


Huntly went with the same starting eleven which earned a point a fortnight ago at Inverurie while Alexander Thoirs and returning loan signing Ashley Ballam were added to the bench.

Keith had the better of the early chances threatening early on with a low shot from Marc Young being held by John Farquhar in the visiting goal. Ten minutes later, a Max Berton effort crept by the post.

Ross Still saw a header wide at the other end in 36 minutes before a minute later, Farquhar kept Huntly in game with another save. Gregor Macdonald floated in a free kick into the head of James Brownie but Farquhar got down to stop the header creeping inside the post.

Half-Time: Keith 0 Huntly 0

A Huntly change at the interval saw Alexander Thoirs replace his namesake Jack at right back.

A Glenn Murison shot went wide of the post four minutes into the half while Berton headed over from a Michael Selfridge cross moments later. Ross Still tried his luck from a dead ball on 57 and saw his effort blocked but the Huntly Captain’s claims for a handball were turned down by Referee Greg Soutar.

Just after the hour mark, John Farquhar did well to keep out a Cameron Keith shot while David Booth headed across goal three minutes later after he got on the end of a Christopher Hay cross.

The deadlock was broken in the 72nd minute when David Booth got on the end of a Bradley Manson ball out from the back and he ran on before firing in from a tight angle to become the first Huntly player to score in the 2000s, 2010s and 2020s decades.

Booth came close again heading wide from a Kai Ross ten minutes later.

Keith (3-4-1-2)
Huntly (4-2-3-1)

1 Greg Simpson

3 Grant Thomson
4 Ryan Spink
5 Ryan Robertson

7 Jack Grant (Smith 77:24)
6 James Brownie
2 Marc Young
11 Greg Macdonald

8 Michael Selfridge

9 Cameron Keith
10 Max Berton (Olumofe 77:26)

1 John Farquhar

2 Alexander Jack (Thoirs H-T)
18 Bradley Manson
5 Logan Johnstone
21 Christopher Hay

14 Liam MacDonald
7 Ross Still

10 David Booth
6 Glenn Murison
11 Nathan Meres

9 Declan Milne (Ross 67:35))


12 Andrew Smith (Grant 77:24)
14 Josh Bolton
15 Scott Gray
16 Keiran Yeats
17 James Olumofe (Berton 77:26)
18 Lee Scott
21 David Dey


8 Kai Ross (Milne 67:35)
12 Reece McKeown
13 Euan Storrier
17 Ashley Ballam
19 Alexander Thoirs (Jack H-T)
20 Cai Matthew
23 Craig Dorrat

Management Team

  1. Dean Donaldson (Manager)
  2. Michael Brown (Assistant Manager)
  3. Jamie Lennox (Coach)
  4. Greig Simmers (Coach)
  5. David McMahon (Physio)

Management Team

  1. Martin Skinner (Manager, pictured)
  2. Richard Cheyne (Assistant Manager)
  3. Rachel Dexter (Physio)
  4. William Beaton (Kitman)
Referee: Greg Soutar Assistant Referee 1: Arran Cruickshank Assistant Referee 2: Will Adam

  1. David Booth (72:39)
  1. Ryan Spink (57:08 Persistently offending against the Laws of the Game)
  2. James Brownie (70:22 Recklessly tackles or challenges an opponent)
  3. Marc Young (89:55 Shows a lack of respect for the game)
  1. Liam MacDonald (15:41 stops a promising attack)
  2. Ross Still (45:26 Recklessly tackles or challenges an opponent)
  3. David Booth (73:34 Excessively celebrates the scoring of a goal as defined in Law 12)
  4. Nathan Meres (90+0:02 Shows a lack of respect for the game)
Sendings off
Match Statistics
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