A warm welcome to you all to today’s match and a special warm welcome to our friends from Fort William.  Due to weather interference, we now play Fort William in back to back Saturday’s and I am sure a couple of good competitive games lie before us as well as the always pleasurable trip to enjoy the fantastic hospitality of today’s guests.

Whilst we still have two games left to play away to Clach and Fort William, today marks the end of the home season and it has certainly been a challenging one for us, at least from an on the park perspective.  There have been many changes in the course of the season both in Management and playing personnel and perhaps the lack of stability has worked against us. However, I do like to reflect that in the last 6-8 weeks we have started to see some progress on the park with one or two better results and hopefully that is a sign of things to come.

I think the one bright light in the whole season has been the progress of our youth development structure and the progress of three of our youth team players into the first team. Our very young under 17 team has done very well in its development league and the management team there have identified 5 or 6 players who have a real potential to break through into the under 20’s and indeed first team in the not too distant future.  I would like to take this opportunity just to thank Charlie Ferries, Charlie Duncan and Chris Baird for all their work during the course of the year and helping to continue to develop our young players into potential first team players.

Off the park, our Commercial Team continue to work tremendously hard with some excellent sponsorship and commercial deals concluded as well as continuing to make our corporate hospitality packages on a Saturday highly marketable and a very beneficial source of income for the Club.  Today we have almost 150 in our corporate hospitality which is remarkable and I would think unique throughout the entire Highland League.  Pride of place is celebrity guest for today John Henderson, professional darts player, and he and a group of friends are celebrating his forthcoming wedding.  I take this opportunity to wish John all the very best on that front and of course his continued highly successful career on the professional darts circuit.

It only leaves me now to thank you all very much for all the support during the season both at the ground and of our commercial activities.  I do look forward to seeing you again next season or indeed at any of our events in the close season, helping to raise funds for the Club.  I hope you have an enjoyable final home game afternoon with us and look forward to seeing you again next season.”


George Clark


Read more: The one bright light in the whole season as been the progress of our youth development structure

A happy new year to one and all and a warm welcome to all our friends from Keith for our first fixture of 2016.

The year past has not been the most successful for the club on the park and here's hoping the New Year will usher in a more enjoyable period for you, the spectators and all connected with the club. However not all was bad in 2015, with continued success off the park for the club financially and some very promising progress in our youth development program. I had always hoped we would start to see some signs of youngsters coming through and indeed we saw Glenn Murison make the breakthrough at the tail end of the year. We also have one or two others in our under 20's and 17's who are not that far away and will soon be giving our management team some selection headaches.

My hope for 2016 is that the club continues to thrive financially which will allow us to provide the managers with the resources needed to move the team forward and up the league. To do that we must maintain our fundraising and commercial efforts and I look forward to receiving you, the supporters, support with upcoming events. Without that support to date we would not have been able to stabilise the club the way we have and I greatly appreciate all your efforts.

A game against Keith is always a difficult one and we have enjoyed a number of close games with them over recent years, so this will undoubtedly be another high energy keenly contested match.

It only leaves me to wish you an enjoyable afternoon with us and thank you once again for your support.

George Clark

Read more: "The year past has not been the most successful for the club on the park"

On behalf of Huntly Football Club I would like to offer a warm welcome to our supporters and to the visiting fans who have made the journey her today to support Iain Polworth and his Clachnacuddin team. Huntly and Clachnacuddin are both sitting on 10 points and I am certain that both managers will have their players fired up today looking to pick the three points and start climbing the table. As a result we look forward to a competitive and entertaining 90 minutes.

Gregg Carrol has seen a definite improvement in his side’s recent performances. The three-nil win away to Hawick Royal Albert in the first round of the Scottish Cup has earned us a home tie against East Stirlingshire in the second round here at Christie Park next Saturday (24th). We hope to see a big home crowd here for what should be an exciting cup tie.

That was followed by a fantastic 5-1 away win at local rivals Keith. The team also performed well against current League Champions Brora Rangers, going down 3-2 to a late goal.

We are particularly delighted to welcome our Ladies Day Mad Hatters Tea Party guest, all 50 of them. We are delighted that the event is sold out and our thanks go to Jacky Clark and her team for their efforts in making it a success. I have no doubt the ladies will bring a bit of welcome glamour to today’s proceedings.

Huntly FC hosted the Aberdeenshire Cup Final last Saturday when Fraserburgh defeated Inverurie Loco Works two-nil, the club was congratulated on being excellent hosts to both clubs and their officials. Our thanks must go to all the volunteers who helped the day run so smoothly and to Alix Turner for organising everything so efficiently.

Most of you will be aware that Steven Dolan has been appointed as the Deveronvale Manager. He was a very popular member of our team here at Christie Park. He leaves with all our best wished and we hope he can bring success as a Manager to the club he played at for many years.

We are delighted to welcome George McNeil our new board member to his first home game since taking up his position on the board. George is the Marketing Director of the retail department of Johnston’s of Elgin. He lives in Huntly as is a life-long football fan.

Finally I would like to draw your attention to the forthcoming Huntly Football Club Sportsman’s Lunch which is on Friday 30th at Pittodrie Stadium. The main speaker is John Hartson. The event is selling well but there are still table available. Anyone interested in taking a table can contact George Clark or myself.

Thank you for your ongoing support and enjoy the game.

Gordon Carter


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Huntly F.C. Add a New Face to The Board

Huntly F.C. today announced the appointment of a new member of the Board of Directors.
George McNeil, a resident of Huntly, takes up his post with immediate effect and club Chairman George Clark was delighted to welcome the new man to the club.

“We identified George as someone we thought would be a valuable addition to our team about a year ago and we have been in on-going discussions with him over that period. Due to his business commitments, on-going studies for an MBA and family requirements, he was unable to commit until now.

As well as being a smashing guy with a keen interest in football, he brings a wealth of experience in retail marketing and business generally which makes him an ideal candidate to strengthen our already excellent team and I am really looking forward to working with George going forward.”

Mr McNeil was born in Glasgow, and has had a long career in marketing working for Millets, then Puma, before arriving as Managing Director of the retail department of Johnston’s of Elgin, market leaders in the manufacturing of cashmere and fine woollens of knitwear and accessories.…

Read more: Huntly F.C. Add a New Face to The Board

Huntly Management Team Sign New Deals

Huntly FC have today confirmed their management team have signed new two year deals to extend their stay at the club.


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