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

Top scorer Robbie Duncanson is looking forward to going back to Nairn for the first time as a Huntly player.

“It’ll be good to go to back there and I’m looking forward to it, I only played a small part in the 6-4 defeat at Huntly in November so obviously we’ll go into this game with confidence as our new management have given us some ideas since coming in.”

While there were a number of players who left Station Park in the summer, there are still some faces in the County squad who are familiar to the 32 year old.

“The Main brothers and Wayne Mackintosh are still there with some others I played with while my nephew, Jordan Macrae has broken into the team and played against me in the game at Christie Park earlier in the season and it’ll be good to play against him again.”

Huntly have made a habit of scoring late goals recently. With late goals scored in draws with Clachnacuddin and Formartine United, the black and gold netted a winning one this time with their one-nil victory over title-chasing Buckie Thistle.

Top scorer Duncanson is pleased his side are now putting in performance against the top sides.

“We’ve been getting close, we should’ve held on against Formartine, Brora beat us late on in the league cup and we were due a performance against one of the big teams.

The pressure was on all Buckie, they had to come to Huntly and win with them going for the league but we knew we had to sit in and take our chance and Ross Still has tucked it away at the end.”

Having started the season partnered with veteran Dennis Wyness it was a change of system under the new management team of Andy Roddie and Tommy Wilson which saw Robbie play in behind a lone forward in a role he says he’s featured in previously in his career.

“I’ve played there a bit before at Nairn dropping in behind Conor Gethins and I’ve been used to it and it’s working well. Gary McGowan gives us a bit of energy when he plays up front and you know what you’re getting when Dennis plays that role as he can hold the ball and find you with a pass.”

Read more: Top scorer looking forward to Station Park return

Huntly defender Sean Webb was impressed with his side's attacking display in their 5-1 win over Fort William.

We spoke to the former Northern Ireland international in an excuslive audio interview with his views on the game, passing on his experience to the younger players and going up against league leaders Buckie Thistle tomorrow.…

Read more: Defender Praises Team Performance Following Fort Win

Robert Duncanson came off the bench to rescue a point against former side Clachnacuddin in stoppage time.

After missing out against Cove Rangers midweek through injury he is hoping to force his way back into the starting eleven after netting his 16th goal of the season.…

Read more: Duncanson Looking for Starting Return After Netting Late Leveller

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