Huntly had to came from behind to earn a point against an improved Clachnacuddin side.

Both sides were hit with suspensions with Cameron Booth and Scott Dunn both ruled out. Huntly made four changes to the side which lost at Forres with Euan Storrier, Michael Clark, Ross Still and Kai Ross all coming into the starting eleven. There was a late change for the visitors who lost James Beeston to injury in the warm-up as midfielder Martin Callum came in as a replacement.


With eighteen minutes gone, Ross Logan burst down the right flank and drilled his cross low across for the box for winger Aidan Wilson (right) to tap in from close range for his first Clach goal.

Following a corner in the 22 nd minute, Ryan McRitchie chipped the ball up and sent a volley towards goal but his effort was past the upright. Two minutes later, Glenn Murison picked out Paul Napier on the wing and his cross into the box was met by Kai Ross who saw his attempt held low by Steven Martin.

Things got heated late on in the half when Alexander Thoirs fortunate to only receive a caution following a rash challenge on Aidan Wilson.

Minutes from the interval, Sean Webb was penalised for a push in the back on David Booth. From the resultant dead ball, Ross Still’s strike was tipped over by Martin.

Half-Time: Huntly 0 Clachnacuddin 1

Huntly had made a tactical change at the break with Gary McGowan replacing home debutant Bradley Manson. McGowan sent in a deliver from a corner on 54 minutes but kai Ross’s header was over the bar.

There were claims for a penalty from the home side before the hour-mark when Ross Still appeared to be pulled by former team mate Sean Webb as he looked to get on the end of a Thoirs long throw.

Huntly kept up the pressure in the second half and were on level terms in the 65 th minute when Glenn Murison created an opening for Kai Ross (left) and he side-stepped goalkeeper Steven Martin before firing in from a tight angle.

A great save from Euan Storrier saw the keeper turn Michael Finnis’s shot round the post. Two minutes later, the woodwork denied Martin Callum when his left-footed shot struck the bar.

The hosts came agonisingly close with ten minutes to go when Paul Napier made a darting run down the right and cross for David Booth whose header went wide of the far post.

Huntly (4-4-2)
Clachnacuddin (4-5-1)

1 Euan Storrier

14 Alexander Thoirs
4 Michael Clark (captain)
5 Ryan McRitchie
3 Blair Johnston

6 Glenn Murison
18 Bradley Manson
7 Ross Still
19 Paul Napier

8 Kai Ross
10 David Booth

1 Steven Martin

3 Michael Finnis (captain)
5 Martin MacDonald
4 Sean Webb
2 Paul Smith

7 Ross Logan
6 John MacAskill
10 Kieran Chalmers
8 Martin Callum
9 Aidan Wilson

11 Trialist


9 Nicholas Gray (Ross 78:42)
11 Gary McGowan (Manson 45:01)
13 Matthew Johnson
15 Matthew McDonald (D Booth 84:42)
16 Tom Andrews
17 Cory Ritchie
21 Christopher Hay


13 Douglas MacLennan
14 Ryan MacKintosh
15 Blair Lawrie (Chalmers 64:50)
16 Colin McRae (Callum 87:08)
17 Alasdair Gillies (Wilson 72:57)
18 Ross MacKillop

Management Team

  • Martin Skinner (Manager, pictured)
  • Richard Cheyne (Assistant Manager)
  • John Farquhar (Coach)
  • Neale Davidson (Coach)
    James McGovern (First Aid)
  • Gordon Carter (Physio)

Management Team

  • Brian MacLeod (Manager, pictured)
  • Darren Jarvie (Coach)
  • Martin Sanderson (Coach)
Referee: Darren Munro

Assistant Referee 1: Jeremie Fernandes
Assistant Referee 2: Will McKay
  1. Kai Ross (65:32)
  1. Aidan Wilson (18:53)
  1. Alexander Thoirs (39:34 - Recklessly tackles or challenges an opponent)
  2. Blair Johnston (60:09 - Recklessly trips or attempts to trip an opponent)
  3. Gary McGowan (82:31 - unsporting behaviour)
  1. John MacAskill (82:27 - Recklessly tackles or challenges an opponent)
  2. Sean Webb (90+04:29 - Recklessly trips or attempts to trip an opponent)
Sendings off

Match Statistics
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