Huntly goalkeeper John Farquhar impressed in his side's Scottish Cup defeat in Linlithgow.

The 34 year old who is also first team & under 20s coach feels the team are going in the right direction and was pleased to see so many young players involved in the national cup competition.
We spoke to John for his views on the game and his attempt to send the tie to a replay in stoppage time.

Read more: Podcast 2019/20: Scottish Cup 1st Round - part 2 - John Farquhar

Huntly's Alexander Thoirs praised the character of his side after they came from two-nil down to claim a draw with rivals Keith.

Hear what the captain had to say in our exclusive interview below.…

Read more: Captain praises team's character in derby draw

Defender Ashley Ballam impressed in his Huntly debut as the black and gold's lost 2-1 to Formartine United in the Aberdeenshire Cup.
Ballam signed on loan hours before kick off to go straight into the starting eleven in a new-look Huntly defence.
The 19 year old is looking forward to starting his third season in the Highland League and after spending last season on loan at Rothes he won't have long to wait to go up against his former side who visit Christie Park tomorrow.…

Read more: Ballam impresses on debut prior to meeting with former side

Defender Craig Dorrat returned to Huntly ten days ago to begin a third spell in black and gold.

We spoke to Craig in his comeback game at Banff in our exclusive audio interview.…

Read more: Dorrat left disappointed on Huntly return

Following our first home game of 2019/20, Manager Martin Skinner confirmed Grant Campbell as the new Huntly Captain.

Campbell (29) who returned this season on loan from Cove Rangers previously captained Huntly between 2011-2014 and the former Wick Academy player is pleased to be given the role once again.…

Read more: New Captain pleased to wear armband for second spell

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