After three home games without a win, Huntly produced their highest win of the season with a 5-1 victory of Fort William.

The home side may have felt they could’ve won by a bigger margin as Co-Manager Andy Roddie was pleased with the number of goal attempts his side had.

Roddie was full of praise for goalscorer Ross Still who put in a battling performance in the middle of the park and netted his fourth goal of the season.

After two consecutive wins at Christie Park prior to Saturday, Fort William were unable to cause a third successive upset as Assistant Manager Kevin Munro was disappointed to see his side concede so soon after scoring.

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Premnay replied the topic: #593 3 months 4 weeks ago
Robbie will have done well to exit that encounter unscathed. At least one of these 'gentlemen' has 'previous' with ball players.
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huntlyfc replied the topic: #590 4 months 3 days ago
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huntlyfc replied the topic: #588 4 months 4 days ago
what were your thoughts on yesterday's result / performance?
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huntlyfc replied the topic: #589 4 months 4 days ago
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Premnay replied the topic: #587 4 months 5 days ago
We don't have a picture of Gary in a Huntly shirt instead of that rag?

Not sure there is much evidence that the Fort are 'ever improving'.
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Insch Loon replied the topic: #585 4 months 6 days ago

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