Huntly’s Neale Davidson is looking forward to a return to action after two consecutive postponements. Since signing from Lewis United in May 2011, Davidson has went on to make 155 appearances, starting every one of the league games since the start of 2011/12 but having seen his side suffer with postponements over the winter months he admits it can have an impact on a team’s momentum and form.


“It can upset your form, you look to wins your home games in this league and over the last few weeks we’ve had games with Forres Mechanics and Keith called off. With all the games coming thick and fast it’s an opportunity to string some wins together but when it becomes a bit stop-start it’s not that easy.

You can train during those weeks but it’s not the same as a game and you can lose some sharpness when you’re not playing, obviously we were quite lucky just before Christmas when our game at Nairn was one of only three which survived but you we want to keep playing as much as you can during that time as you can lose momentum and fitness.”


Davidson sees his side go head to head with a Rothes side who sit just two points behind the black and gold’s in 17th place and after being held to a 2-2 draw at MacKessack Park back in September he is taking nothing for granted.


“It was a shame to have two games off against Keith as we would’ve liked to have gone into the Rothes game with some games and results under our belts. I thought the last time at Rothes we started the game well and came back strong where we had to rescue a point from 2-1 down.

The game in September we scored early and should’ve taken our chances but they scored two good goals early on in the second half and from there it saw us have to change our tactics and having to chase the game before David Booth scored late on just before we missed a great chance to possibly take all three points.”


This season had seen the primary school teacher playing in front of summer signing Blair Johnston down the left but there has been some role reversal over the last couple of games as the 23 year old was started at left back with Johnston in front of him. Despite the change of system, Neale admits it still gives him the chance to get forward in support.


“At times Blair has been tucking inside allowing me to get free and go up and down the left hand side. It’s not too dissimilar to the formation we’ve been playing but because it’s the same personnel it’s worked alright and we knew where we’re supposed to be and what is asked of us.”

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