Huntly defender Craig Dorrat felt his side take their chances early on the game before going down to a 3-1 defeat to league champions Cove Rangers. The black and gold’s produced a good first half showing before conceding three goals in the second half.

“I thought we played really well in the first half with some good passing play and we were able to keep possession and to be fair we were unlucky not to be a couple of goals up by half-time but we know we need to take our chances when it counts.

I thought their first goal looked offside but it was the assistant referee’s call and at the end of the day you just have to take the decision.

It was pleasing to get my first goal in a few months, Marek Mádle made the initial header and I thought he was trying to claim it but I touched it on the line and told him he wasn’t getting it.”

Dorrat (24) had pulled Huntly level in the 72nd minute with a close range finish but only five minutes later his side fell behind again through a Ryan Stott penalty but some of the home players were not too convinced with Referee Ryan Milne’s decision to award a spot kick.

“I wasn’t too sure it was a penalty. Neale Davidson has done his best to try and block the ball and it looks like it’s hit him in the chest but the referee gave it saying he’s tried to dive and save the ball but we’ve seen lately that big decisions have gone against us but we now have to keep our heads up and move on to the next game.”

With his side playing a makeshift defence last week away to Brora Rangers, the player who is in his second spell at Christie Park admitted it they had a better shape about them.

“We looked a solid back four and Cove didn’t really trouble us but runs from midfield cost us the last two goals and we know we’ve got to learn from our mistakes. It’s not often we’ve had Grant Campbell starting in his regular position at right back and you could see how well he plays there”

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