Huntly defender Connor Brian feels he’s benefited from a loan spell following his return to the side in recent weeks. The 19 year old featured 32 times for Rothes this season before being recalled back to Christie Park at the end of March.

He said: “Mark Gray had said prior to the game against Deveronvale he saw an improvement from when I debuted at the end of last season. The regular football has certainly kept me fit and gain confidence and I’m feeling comfortable playing in the Highland League now.

I’ve been happy with my performances since I returned from Rothes and the existing players want to impress the current management team between now and the end of the season.

I’ve played at right back and centre half since I came back from my loan and I’ve been happy to play a role in either position.”

Connor, who netted Rothes’ winner in their only win this season away to Strathspey Thistle, featured in the tangerine’s defence alongside former Forres Mechanics title winner Nathan Sharp and playing alongside an experienced player helped the player in his debut season.

“Nathan was a big help, not only was he assistant manager but he’s very experienced in the Highland League. He’d talk me through games and let me know where I should be defensively and having an experienced player talking to you lets you learn a lot.”

The defender had faced Huntly on two occasions and Brian was thankful for the club for allowing him to do so.

“I have to thank Gregg Carrol first of all and then Doug Baxter and Mark Gray for allowing me to play for Rothes against Huntly. I know the other guys out on loan don’t get that chance playing in the juniors but it was a good chance to play against the same players I was training with and it gave me the confidence to show Huntly what I could do against them.”

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After helping his side earn a 2-2 draw against Nairn County on Saturday it was a double celebration for Huntly’s Lewis Ingram who turned 21 the same day.

Speaking after the game, the midfielder felt his side could’ve taken all three points.…

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Mark Lawson Interview: Part 2: Working With Younger Players

Huntly defender Mark Lawson has enjoyed a change of role off the park. The vice-captain has been helping out with the club’s under 17s development side. Having come to assist youth coach Chris Baird in recent games, the PE teacher was keen to help pass on his experience to the younger players.…

Read more: Mark Lawson Interview: Part 2: Working With Younger Players

Stand-in Captain Mark Lawson admitted things are improving on the pitch after earning a 2-2 draw against Highland League Cup finalists Nairn County.…

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Huntly utility player Alexander Thoirs was disappointed to see his side miss out on their first league win since October 3rd after an injury time penalty miss just minutes after scoring his side’s equaliser.

“We should’ve come away with all three points, it’s was a poor penalty and I thought we should’ve nicked it in the end. We got a point out of the game and would’ve probably taken that when we were 2-1 down.

When I got the ball for the equaliser I thought about squaring it to Matthew McDonald but Fraserburgh had bodies back and I thought I’d try to aim for the corner and it took a bit of a bobble and I got a bit lucky when it went in.”

The late decision penalty was contentious decision but the 27 year old felt it was a fair one and with a lack of players coming forward to take the kick he was keen to take responsibility himself.…

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