A warm welcome to you all to today’s match and an especially warm welcome to all our far travelled friends from Fort William.
I know many Aberdeenshire clubs like to moan about travelling to places such as Wick, Brora etc. but seldom consider the thousands of miles covered every year by teams and supporters of clubs such as today's visitors. I for one have a huge amount of admiration and respect for their commitment to Highland league football and long may it continue.
Last week's defeat to Keith was a sore one to take, but i think it has to be viewed in the context of much improved performances over the last few weeks and of course that we were without seven players for one reason and another. I must say that almost all supporters that i have spoken to believe the quality of the football we are now watching is vastly superior to that we have witnessed in the last couple of years and i am certainly enjoying Saturday afternoons much more these days.
Off the park, you will have noticed we recently appointed Mark Allan to the board of directors and i am delighted to add him to the team. Mark has been involved at the club for many years and has recently been working hard in our events organising team. Mark will be responsible for the ground infrastructure going forward and has already put together an ambitious program of improvements.
We are now looking forward to our annual boxing dinner on the 31st March and with it being close to a sell-out, another excellent night is in prospect.
It only leaves me to wish an enjoyable afternoon with us today and thanks again for your support.
I note the Press and Journal ran a story on Wednesday 8th March attributing certain comments to Peterhead manager Jim McInally, suggesting that we are not entitled to place Fraser Hobday on the transfer list whilst he is on loan to Peterhead FC.
I am afraid Mr McInally is incorrect in this matter and we are of course entitled to place any player who is under contract to Huntly FC on the transfer list at any time of our choosing.…
A warm welcome to everyone to today's Highland League Cup tie against Brora Rangers and of course a special welcome to all our friends from Sutherland.
We are delighted to be hosting today's tie following our great win in the last round against Fraserburgh, but it is difficult to think of a greater challenge than facing today’s opponents and the gods of the draw have not been terribly kind to us this year so far. Having said that we have enjoyed some great games against Brora over the past year or two and i hope we are in for another exciting encounter today.
Apart from the disappointing result against Cove, I think it's fair to say that our new management team have got off to a good start and indeed with a little rub of the green could have had another couple of wins as well. I know Andy and Tommy are both pleased with progress so far but are ambitious to finish the season on as positive a note as possible and achieve as many wins as they can in the run in, and they know we are all right behind them as they attempt to take us forward.
Off the park, last night the club held a community open night to let everyone see the plans for converting Christie park into an all-weather sports facility and I do hope as many of you as possible were able to come along and hear all about this exciting development. If you didn't and would like to hear a little more, please feel free to ask any of the officials and we would be delighted to provide more information or answer any questions.
We have our annual boxing dinner coming up on the 31st March, which is always an excellent night and an important fundraiser for the club. If you would like to enquire about tickets or tables, please see the club website and or ask any of the club officials who will be delighted to assist.
It only leaves me to thank you once again for your support and to wish you an enjoyable afternoon here at Christie Park.
When Huntly officials turned up at Christie Park on Saturday morning they were confronted by a very wintery scene of a snow covered pitch.
Few expected there to be any chance of their Highland League cup tie against Fraserburgh being on, but after a referee inspection at 10 am were advised if the snow could be cleared then it was playable.That’s when the real work began. A team were soon assembled from across the community as well as Huntly FC officials and volunteers and snow clearing commenced.…
I can confirm that Sandy Morris has decided to step down from his position on the board of directors.
In his note to me he has cited family and business reasons, but has confirmed that he will continue to support the club in anyway he can.…
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