A solitary goal from new signing Michael Dangana was enough to send Huntly into the Quarter-Finals of the Morrison Motors Turriff Aberdeenshire Shield where they will now face Deveronvale away.


Turriff went with the same starting eleven which lost at home to Fraserburgh on Saturday while Huntly brought in Gavin Elphinstone and Cai Matthew for starts after Manager Allan Hale made changes following his side’s narrow defeat in Brechin.

Huntly were dealt a blow after six minutes losing defender Kyle Dalling to a hamstring injury. Dalling was replaced by Christopher Hay who made his first competitive appearance since 3rd September. Four minutes later, a Matthew McDonald low shot saw the on-loan Tom Ritchie dive to keep out.

After a quarter-hour gone, Michael Dangana was denied by a point-blank save from David Dey in the Turriff goal.

A free kick up and over the wall from Jack MacIver saw David Dey stand up to hold while the woodwork denied Matthew McDonald when his shot struck in the crossbar before Murray Cormack struck the rebound wide.

In the 33rd minute, Jack MacIver floated in a free kick to Michael Clark whose header was saved by David Dey.

Huntly opened the scoring with six minutes remaining, Jack MacIver’s attempted shot struck a defender and fell to Michael Dangana who rolled in a shot from close range despite the offside claims from the visitors the goal stood.

Turriff had the better of the second half. Midway through the half, a McDonald effort was blocked before Tom Ritchie smothered the rebound from Ethan Smith.

Ritchie denied the visitors again tipping over Luke Kinsella’s long range free kick after eight minutes. Ritchie would keep our substitute Keir Smith’s low drive.

Two minutes into stoppage time, the home defence gave Rhys Clark too much time on the ball before his low shot was held by Ritchie.

  1. Tom Ritchie
  2. Jack McCormick
  3. Logan Johnstone
  4. Kyle Dalling (Hay 6:58)
  5. Michael Clark
  6. Glenn Murison
  7. Greg Buchan
  8. Jack MacIver
  9. Gavin Elphinstone
  10. Michael Dangana (Imbert-Thomas 82:40)
  11. Cai Matthew (MacBeath 82:35)
  1. David Dey
  2. Owen Kinsella
  3. Murray Thompson (Esson 68:45)
  4. James Chalmers
  5. Ethan Smith
  6. Liam Norris
  7. Murray Cormack
  8. Jordan Cooper (K Smith 76:41)
  9. Matthew McDonald
  10. Kyle Buxton (L Kinsella 59:25)
  11. Rhys Clark


12 Cameron Heslop
14 Christopher Hay subbed on (Dalling 6:58)
15 Caiden Imbert-Thomas subbed on (Dangana 82:40)
16 Paul Esslemont
17 Joel MacBeath subbed on (Matthew 82:35)
23 Euan Storrier


12 Keir Smith subbed on (Cooper 76:41)
14 Murray Esson subbed on (Thompson 68:45)
15 Luke Kinsella subbed on (Buxton 59:25)
16 Callan Gray
17 Dylan Stuart
21 Tim Findlay

Management Team

  1. Allan Hale (Manager)
  2. Stefan Laird (Assistant Manager)
  3. Wayne Urquhart (Goalkeeping Coach)
  4. Kirsty Hunter (Physio)
  5. Gordon Carter (Physio)

Management Team

  1. Dean Donaldson (Manager)
  2. Jamie Lennox (Assistant Manager)
  3. Bruce Raffell (Coach)
  4. Greig Simmers (Goalkeeping Coach)
  5. Graeme Taylor (Head of Youth Development)
Referee: Duncan Nicolson
Assistant Referee: Chris Phillips
Assistant Referee: Finlay Elder
  1. Michael Dangana (39:54) 1-0
  1. Michael Clark (42:51)
  2. Greg Buchan (75:48)
  3. Jack McCormick (77:21)
  1. Kyle Buxton (42:49)
  2. Jordan Cooper (51:44)
  3. Rhys Clark (75:48)
Sendings off

Match Statistics
Shots on Target
Shots off Target

Shots Blocked

Total Goal Attempts
Corner Kicks
Fouls Committed
Caught Offside

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