Huntly midfielder Adam Naismith was disappointed not to see his side build on their first half display in their 2-2 draw with Strathspey Thistle. After putting the pressure on the visiting defence in the first half, they were undone by a deflected James Mackay equaliser with eight minutes to go as the former Clachnacuddin and Nairn County player felt it was two points dropped.

“It was hard to take, the first half performance was the best we’ve played since I came back to the club and the game should’ve been put to bed by half-time. It was definitely two points dropped, there was a few chances throughout the game but they come and go but guys like Dennis, Robbie and Paul are good players are will score goals despite that setback.

We changed things about in the second half and they came back into the game more so we lost it a bit after changing the shape but the tempo we played in the first half it would’ve been hard to keep that up for the full game and we had to freshen things up when they were getting their full backs pushed on.”

The 27 year old put in a steady performance in a holding midfield role but admitted he was comfortable in that position.…

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Neale Allan’s first competitive goal for the club proved to be crucial as his long range effort against Keith helped Huntly to a 2-1 derby win. After only scoring in friendly matches before Saturday he was pleased to open his account for the club.

“It’s been a long time coming I’m just glad we got the win. It was getting difficult at times especially towards the end of the game but we managed to see the game out and get the three points.”

Having impressed at centre half away to Girvan in the Scottish Cup the previous week he returned to his regular role at right back and admits he can adapt to the changes from the management team.…

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Huntly midfielder Ross Still was pleased to finally make his competitive debut for the club. The former Inverurie Loco Works and Keith player was injured during pre-season and then started the season with a two game suspension but after coming off the bench in Saturday’s 2-1 win over his former side Keith he admitted it’s good to be back playing.

“It’s taken a myself a while to get back fit but I’m feeling a lot better now, I’m still not one hundred percent but it was good to get back playing against one of my former clubs. I spent a loan spell with Keith a couple of years ago. It was a good win and a really good mood about the dressing room afterwards after our second straight win.”

Still (21) now knows he’ll have to work hard to force a start with a lot of competition for midfield places.…

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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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