Last season in the Scottish Cup, Huntly goalkeeper Stuart Grant suffered a debut defeat in the national cup competition. Stuart came off the bench in a three-nil defeat to Lothian Thistle Hutchison Vale in the third round replay last season but after helping his side to a 2-1 win in Girvan he enjoyed the experience a lot more this time round.

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Huntly winger Joe Burr enjoyed an impressive Scottish Cup debut away to Girvan.

Speaking after the game he was pleased with his first outing in the national competition.…

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Huntly midfielder Lewis Ingram was relieved to finally net his first goal for the club.

The 21 year old from Gartly netted our second goal in a two-nil win away to Deveronvale on Saturday and we caught up with him after the game in an exclusive audio interview…

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Three years after retiring through a shoulder injury, former Huntly goalkeeper Neil Hastie is back at Christie Park this time as the club’s new physio.

After re-joining the club on Saturday for their 4-4 draw with Wick Academy he felt it was different feeling going back in a new capacity.…

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Huntly midfielder Lewis Ingram was disappointed not to see his side take all three points against an in-form Lossiemouth. The local midfielder felt his side had enough chances to secure back-to-back home league wins.

“We felt the more disappointed of the two sides after the game, I thought we dominated the first half and started the second half reasonably good and the boys in dressing room are frustrated to only come away with one point.”

A change of system to 4-3-3 produced more chances as Ingram felt the tactical change benefited the home side.

“We looked a lot more offensive playing a different formation and looking more of a threat but we also looked a lot more solid at the back they didn’t cause us too much too much trouble.”

The 21 year old has started the last two matches after Co-Managers Mark Gray and Doug Baxter were hit by selection problems but he admitted he was happy to take his chance.

“The first couple of games of the season I wasn’t really getting a look-in but with an injury crisis and some others unavailable I got a chance and that’s what I’ve got to do.”

With a number of new signings coming in this season, Lewis knows that there is plenty of competition for places.

“We’ve taken in some real class with the signing we made and we’ve had to work hard to get a number of those player to the club but it’s made a real impact on the club, you can feel there’s a buzz about the place and everyone is looking forward to this season and we’ve still players to come back into the squad too.”

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