Local lad Glenn Murison got the backing of his local support to take home the fan’s Player of the Year for the second year running and thanked those locals who backed him.

“I’m really happy to win this award again, I’d just like to thank the fans who came along every week and supported both myself and the team.”

The 19 year old enjoyed a double success when he was part of the Aberdeenshire League championship winning side which he believes has played a big part in a young player’s development.…

Read more: Award Winners - Part 5: Glenn Murison

Robert Duncanson was the big winner on the night picking up two awards at the club’s third annual Marquee in the Park event.

The former Nairn County and Clachnacuddin forward scooped the top scorer award and Player’s Player of the year in his debut season at Christie Park.…

Read more: Award Winners - Part 4: Robert Duncanson

Veteran Dennis Wyness was the latest winner of the Forbes Shand shield as voted for by club officials as he reflected on an indifferent season.

“It’s not been the best of seasons but I thought we finished the season quite well after the new manager’s came in and we’re all looking forward to next season to see who comes in as we’ve  already got the nucleus of a good squad here.”

The former Aberdeen player was taken to the club as a forward but he has changed to a deeper role to help benefit the team in midfield.…

Read more: Award Winners - Part 3: Dennis Wyness

Midfielder Ross Still took the Young Player of the Year trophy as he was appreciative of the backing from his fellow players after a delayed start to his Huntly career.

“It’s brilliant to get this award and I appreciate the players voting for me. I started the season suspended and then I got injured but I got back into the team in October and I was happy with how I played and I managed five goals too.

I’ve managed to get myself into the team regularly since my debut and I feel like we’ve all improved under Tommy and Andy.”

Read more: Award Winners - Part 2: Ross Still

Black and gold's goalkeeper John Farquhar had to wait until eight games into his Huntly career before his first clean sheet for the club.

The 31 year old former Peterhead and Culter player who signed in January from Colony Park would deny Buckie's Christopher Angus from a penalty kick minutes before his team secured a one-nil win.…

Read more: Farquhar ends wait for first clean sheet

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