Midfielder Tom Andrews got the nod from his fellow team mates for the young player of the year trophy as the player was happy with his own performances in his first full season at the club.

“It’s a great achievement for me progressing on from the under 20s and I’m always looking to improve as a player and that’ll be the same going into next season. Going on loan to Lewis United in 2016/17 really helped me strengthen up and adapt to the adult game after playing juveniles.”

The 18 year old admits that having a number of younger players going into the first team at the same time has helped the step up.…

Read more: Award Winners: Young Player of the Year: Tom Andrews

Huntly forward Gary McGowan was pleased to get the recognition from his fellow team mates to win the Player’s Player of the Year Award.

Speaking after picking up the prize, McGowan admitted he was surprised to win.…

Read more: Award Winners: Players Player of the Year: Gary McGowan

Reece McKeown was delighted to win the U20s player of the year award just over a year after he broke through into the under 20s to help them win their Aberdeenshire League title.

After their title defence slipped early on, the 17 year old admitted it was an indifferent season for the young squad.…

Read more: Award Winners: Under 20s Player of the Year: Reece McKeown

After netting an own goal midweek, Huntly midfielder Ross Still was on target at the right end yesterday when he netted the winner in a 2-1 derby victory over Keith.
The 22 year thought he'd scored the opening goal only for it to be deemed an own goal by the match officials but he came up with with a well-taken finish five minutes later for the winning goal to take his tally to the season to six.

Read more: Midfielder's delight after derby winner

Huntly's Matthew McDonald has revealed he jumped at the chance to return to the club on a permanent basis. With three goals in six appearances since signing, the forward has given the Huntly frontline a physical threat and he's pleased to be back at Christie Park under Manager Charlie Charlesworth.

 

The 22 year old originally signed for the club in December 2015 from Keith but would move to Cove Rangers initially on loan in September 2016 before transferring to Inverurie Loco Works eleven months later.…

Read more: McDonald delighted to complete Huntly return

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