Huntly winger Neale Davidson completed an impressive personal feat by claiming the Fans Player of the Year award for the third straight year, an accolade he was very proud of.


“Obviously I’m delighted to win it once, but to win the awards three years in a row is fantastic especially after a really frustrating eight weeks since I broke my leg. I’m making progress now and hope to back early next season.”


It was a fitting tribute to both Davidson and his fellow left sided Blair Johnston that the pair were able to pick up their awards after injury ended both of their respective seasons back in March just one week apart.


Neale added: “The timing was unfortunate especially with it happening in back to back games but we both managed to pick some awards up. Blair’s had a good season and done very well for his first full season back in the Highland League.

Up until that game at Formartine when Blair got injured we looked good as a team and up until that stage the last few games were winnable fixtures and after that result at North Lodge we felt we could’ve got some more points on the board.”


Prior to his leg break in the 3-2 defeat to Deveronvale in March, year old primary teacher had made 135 consecutive league starts since signing from Lewis United and he stated that up until that point he’d been lucky to escape any injuries for a long period of time.

“After it had happened, I reckoned I’d gone about seven years without an injury. I’d missed one game for Huntly back in November in the Aberdeenshire Shield which ended a lengthy run of starts which had been ongoing for over 140 games. It was a bit of a shock for me on the sidelines the first couple of weeks but thankfully with it being in the latter stages of the season I didn’t miss too many games.”


After attending the end of season awards still on crutches the 23 year old brought us up to date on his recovery from a broken leg.


“Recovery is coming along well, I’m hoping to get the cast off in the coming weeks and I’ll look to take it from there and start running when I’m able to then getting back into training before making a playing comeback.

My team mates have been supportive since I was injured and it helps to have people helping you along so it helps you to keep positive. I know Gary McNamee had leg break himself while he was at Keith and he’s shown you can come back from it and once it’s healed it will take some time.”

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