Huntly full back Alexander Thoirs is looking to help his side bounce back from defeat at Buckie Thistle in their first league encounter with Fraserburgh this season. The black and gold’s knocked the Broch out of the Aberdeenshire Cup earlier in the season ending the Bellslea Park side’s defence of the trophy and the 25 year old know his side are in for another tough encounter.

“I’m looking forward to the game and it’s been good to play in the last few games before I go offshore again. Games against Fraserburgh are always tough as they’re a sticky side with good fitness levels. We ground out a result at home earlier this season in the Aberdeenshire Cup and we know we’re capable of getting a win. Everyone will be wanting to bounce back from the defeat away to Buckie and pick up our first home win in the league since late August and we know we’ll have to show a bit more than we did at times on Saturday to get a result.”

Having seen his side have a number of goal attempts, Thoirs admitted conceding a late winner to Buckie Thistle last week was a sore one to take.

“I thought the lads did well and losing a goal like we did and it was a sore one which we’ll have to take on the chin. Shaun (Barney) knew he shouldn’t have played the ball out to Neale (Davidson) before the goal and he’s apologised to the lads in the dressing room and the decision making cost us but we win and lose as a team and you can’t take anything away from Craig Macmillan as it was a great strike.”

Thoirs was part of the back four who played at Buckie and after Craig Dorrat and Michael Hart were both ruled out it was another personnel change in at the back as Sean McKinstry dropped back to full back with Michael Clark moving inside with the returning Grant Campbell.

“We had a different shape about us at Buckie from the Aberdeenshire Shield but the lads who played there did well and I didn’t see any problems. Dorrat was struggling from the Wednesday night game as was I and with three of the positions changed I thought we defended well.

At the other end of the pitch, Buckie did well sitting with players in the middle of the park to try and keep out Kova and Guildy and had enough chances to win two games and just needed to be a bit more clinical and had we taken a chance or two it would’ve been a different outcome as we didn’t deserve to get beaten.”

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