Nairn County 3 Huntly 1 (Breedon Highland League)

Huntly suffered a fifth successive defeat to Nairn County as the Wee County came from behind to secure a 3-1 victory.

Nairn had former Huntly midfielder Adam Naismith sidelined with a back injury while Huntly were missing Ashley Ballam and Craig Dorrat who were away on holiday while Kai Ross and Alexander Thoirs returned to the squad.…

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Huntly 2 Lossiemouth 1 (Breedon Highland League)

Huntly made it five home wins in a row with a 2-1 victory over Lossiemouth.

Huntly had Alexander Jack injured as Kai Ross, Alexander Thoirs and Craig Dorrat were all absent while Lossiemouth brought James Leslie and Fraser Forbes back into the starting eleven.…

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MMT Aberdeenshire Shield Quarter-Finals: Huntly 1 Turriff United 1 (Huntly win 4-3 on pens)

Huntly advanced to the Semi-Finals of the Morrison Motors Aberdeenshire Shield after winning 4-3 on penalties following a 1-1 draw with Turriff United.

Huntly had Nathan Meres and Declan Milne back in the starting eleven in place of Paul Esslemont and Reece McKeown.…

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Wick Academy 0 Huntly 3 (Highland League Cup 1st Round)

A three-nil win in Wick saw Huntly advance to the Highland League Cup Quarter-Finals where they will host Brora Rangers on Saturday 7th December.

With both of their regular goalkeepers missing, Wick had started with James More in goal. Huntly had a number of absentees as Euan Storrier returned on loan while Christopher Hay started for the first time since 21st April 2018. Declan Milne was recalled by Buckie Thistle only for their game to be called off while Nathan Meres (illness), Alexander Thoirs, Alexander Jack, Christopher Herd and David Booth were all unavailable.…

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Forres Mechanics 6 Huntly 1 (Breedon Highland League)

Forres Mechanics did the double over Huntly for the second successive season to remain in sixth place with a 6-1 win.

Forres had recalled Euan Storrier from his loan at Huntly to replace Stuart Knight who was at a wedding. Huntly had Alexander Thoirs serving a one match suspension as Christopher Herd returned to the defence.…

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