Last Saturday for us was a very disappointing result against Keith and I didn't feel it was a 4-1 game. we had started poorly after conceding two goals early on and gave ourselves an uphill struggle.

Looking at today’s fixture, the boys are eager to bounce back with a win against an ever improving Fort William. They are a side who have won twice in recent games at Christie Park so by no means will it be an easy encounter.

Gary

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Welcome everyone to Christie Park for our Highland League Cup game against Brora Rangers.

It is a game we can look forward to after a hard earned win against Fraserburgh in the last round.

We are well aware of the strengths of Brora having met them in the league already although we can take confidence from the fact we were able to grind out a result against Clachnacuddin last Saturday with a late goal to give us a point.

We will go into the game having come through another tough game against Formartine United on Wednesday but the League Cup again brings added excitement with the opportunity to get into the later stages of the competition which is something we are desperate to achieve.

Sean

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Happy New Year to everybody. I think most of us will agree that 2015 was not a good year on the pitch for Huntly Football Club but a New Year brings a new challenge and it is one which has already begun. I know for a fact that all of the players are determined to improve upon our results and performances over the last year and the early signs of progress under the new management team are positive.

Having played with our most recent signing Matthew McDonald previously, I think that he will provide the extra fire power which we have been missing. I hope that he enjoys his time at the club and settles well into the team. Today will be a big day for him facing up against his former club!

As is well documented in the press, the festive period is a difficult time for us 'athletes'. What is even more frustrating in the Highland League is all of the games which are postponed and training sessions which have to be re-scheduled or changed at the last minute. We have been unfortunate to have had games called off in recent weeks but we have been training hard and hopefully today will give us a good chance to get the New Year underway with 3 points.

Last time round against Keith was possibly one of our best performances of the season. All too often we have dominated large parts of matches but been unable to capitalise and finish teams off but at Kynoch Park we were clinical and proved to be worthy winners. I expect that today will be a completely different game as Keith appear to be a much improved team under their new manager Alan Hale.

I expect that it will be a physical match, most derbies are, but the pitch conditions are likely to prove difficult and I anticipate that it will not be a game of free flowing goals but one of limiting errors. Hopefully we are the team that makes fewer errors and starts the New Year in the way we wish to continue, with three points.

Enjoy the game

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