Huntly’s Neale Davidson was disappointed to see his side fail to build on a good first half performance against Nairn County. The black and gold’s led the wee county until first half stoppage before going on to lose 3-1.

“To lose an equaliser into stoppage time knocked the stuffing out of us a bit. I thought we played really well in the first half and Nairn didn’t look like scoring and we were thirty second away from the perfect first half and from that point we had to change things around a bit after we were held level. If we’d gone in ahead we could’ve soaked up the pressure a bit more and pushed on in a counter attack.

The second goal was a disappointing one to concede, it was a long ball upfield and everyone misjudged it and left it for others to deal with and Conor Gethins was the only one quick to react before scoring.”

The former Lewis United player has started his side’s last 97 matches but over the last few weeks he has found himself playing in a deeper role since moving to full back.

“it’s strange for me playing left back, I’ve got to keep reminding myself I’m not playing on the wing and not to be getting forward as much as I’m used to. I got the chance to get forward for the goal and David Booth did well to hold the ball up allowing me to get on the end of the assist.

It’s been difficult but the last few games I think myself and David in front of me have linked up well as he can tuck in just in front of me to help out. You don’t notice how much he offers defensively until you’re playing next to him as he gives a lot of effort and has a big work rate

It’ll take time to get used to playing deeper but we’ve been short of players in defence lately so I don’t mind having to play there. We know some players have to play different positions, Michael Clark has been playing full back while Grant Campbell has featured in midfield”

The black and gold’s now go into an Aberdeenshire Shield quarter-final tie with Formartine United today and having seen his side concede 24 goals in the last five outings to Steve Paterson, the 22 year old is hoping his side can lift that hoodoo and secure their first win over United at Christie Park.

“We’ve done ourselves no favours in the cup competitions recently either getting knocked out by either Inverurie Locos or Formartine. I think we played well enough against Formartine last month and I think we’re due a result and a performance against them and there’s no better time to get that first home win against them than in the quarter-final. We’ll have Craig Dorrat back from suspension on Wednesday which is a boost and I feel if we can give the same showing we did in the first half against Nairn we can give anyone a tough game.”

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