Huntly’s Neale Davidson was pleased to return to action after eight months on the sidelines after suffering a broken leg against Deveronvale on March 21st

After coming off the bench for Saturday’s 4-2 defeat to Turriff United he admitted it was good to be back

“It was a long, frustrating period without football but I’m really pleased to be back and now I’ve just got to keep on playing games and working hard in training to get match fit.  I was on the end of a tough tackle within minutes of coming on but I probably needed that at the time just to get used to playing again and making sure the leg is strong. Coming through and taking a tackle has given me confidence.”

The 24 year old primary school teacher had started 133 consecutive league matches prior to his injury and was named as Huntly Fans Player of the Year for the last three years but stated he wasn’t used to being on the sidelines.…

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Hobday Pleased To Extend Stay At Club

Goalkeeper Fraser Hobday was pleased to have signed a new contract with the club. After extending his stay until 2019. The 20 year old is looking forward to spending more time at the club who gave him his chance in the Highland League.

“I’m really happy to sign a new deal. It was good to get a new deal sorted out now as now I can play the rest of the season knowing I’ve got security at the club I like to play for so I’ve just got to keep the hard work going and give something back to the club.

I signed on loan initially from Huntly Youth then after Gregg Carrol took over I was given the number one shirt when I was young so it’s nice to be playing as much as I possibly can. At this age that’s what young footballers want to be doing.”

Hobday came back from suspension and was on the bench for his side’s last two games but with Andrew Pennycook starting in his absence he was looking forward to the challenge of regaining his place.…

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New Signing Darren Wood enjoyed a memorable debut just hours after completing a move from Buckie Thistle in time to make his Huntly debut in last week’s Scottish Cup second round win over East Stirlingshire.

Speaking after his side booked a place in the third round, the defender said:  “It’s pretty good just to be playing again and being part of this team. It’s a real buzz to be given the chance of playing every week and this group of players are good to get on with and I’ve bonded with them very quickly so far and I’m looking forward to the next round.”

The 27 year old was pitched straight into the starting eleven with Mark Lawson in the centre of defence and it’s a partnership he is looking forward too.…

Read more: Defender Keen For Regular Football After Impressing On Debut

Huntly top scorer David Booth was on target again in the Scottish Cup to help his side to a 2-1 victory over East Stirlingshire. After heading in the opening goal on Saturday, the forward was happy with his own record in the national competition.…

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Huntly midfielder Aaron Scoular ended a three year wait to play in the Scottish Cup in style. Scoular was sent off back in 2012/13 while playing for Glasgow University and served his long awaited suspension in the last round at Hawick but after netting a superb goal to win the tie he admitted it was a career highlight for himself.

“What a feeling! It’s probably one of the best I’ve had to see the ball hit the back of the net. After waiting so long to play in the Scottish Cup it was a feeling of elation and I wanted to celebrate it with the rest of the team.

We’d made changes for the game and were forced into a couple of subs later on in the second half but the players who came in showed great character and stepped up to the plate, some even playing out of the position but we kept our shape.”

The black and gold’s had been given a dream start against the side which knocked them out in the cup back in 1999/2000 when David Booth netted with a header as 24 year old Scoular noting it gave the side a platform to build on.…

Read more: Scoular's Delight At Scottish Cup Winner

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