Huntly left it late with two goals inside the last eight minutes to secure a 2-1 win in the friendly against junior side Montrose Roselea.

Speaking after the final whistle, Co-Manager Mark Gray felt it was a tough workout for his team.


“It was a good hard game for them, the first half we kept the ball and passed it about a bit better than we did in the second half. It was a good workout and you’re trying to look at some players, there are some away due to various reason and others playing in different positions so that doesn’t help.

In the first half we kept the ball well enough but in the last third the sharpness wasn’t there and the final pass was letting us down.

The second half was a bit scrappier but we got the win with a great finish from Matty (McDonald) in the end. The penalty we got, I though (Stuart) Hodge did well to get across his marker.”

With some defenders moving on over the close season and others missing, there was a standout performance from Neale Allan in the middle of the back four.

Gray added: “Neale’s done well, he’s happy to get on the ball and pass it about and he was still able to get forward and create break and did that with one of the goals”.

Prior to signing Stuart Hodge, Mark Gray had spoken about the potential the player and Gray feels he could be an important addition to the team after his first outing.

“You can see the potential is there, he’s got plenty ability and he’s played one game since the end of the December but the more he trains and the more he plays he’ll gain that sharpness. He’s got ability and great awareness on the pitch and that probably comes from the grounding he got when he was younger at Aberdeen.” 

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