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Brora Rangers 2 - WAFC 0 Print E-mail
Written by John Briskham   
Wednesday, 12 April 2017

 12th April 2017 - Scottish Highland Football League  Dudgeon Park
 Brora Rangers F.C.

  2 (Andrew Greig 10, Steven Mackay 31)

brorarangers_nike_homeTeam: Joe Malin, Scott Houston, Kyle Macleod(Craig Campbell 84), John Pickles, Jamie Duff, Gavin Morrison, Martin Maclean, Scott Graham, Alexander Sutherlandycard(Steven Ross 74), Steven Mackay, Andrew Greig.

Subs: Ally Macdonald, James Ross, Dale Gillespie, Scott Lisle, Steven Ross, Craig Campbell, Ross Munro. 

  Wick Academy F.C.

 0 

WAFC_New_Front_wTeam: Danny McCarthyycard, Michael Steven, Grant Steven, Danny Mackay, Brandon Sinclair, James Pickles, Ross Maciver, Sam Mackay, Richard Macadie, Gary Manson, Gary Weirycard(Marc MacGregor 72).

Subs: Colin Macrae, Alan Farquhar, Aiden Reid, Andrew Hardwick, Andrew Miller, Marc MacGregor, James More. 

 Referee:  Alan Hogg
 Bookings:  Alexander Sutherland 67
 Gary Weir 67
 Danny McCarthy 83
 Reporter:  Luke Bunch
 Match Photos - Mel & Bob Roger:  Link to match photos

Two first half goals from Andrew Greig and Steven Mackay earn Brora the win under the lights at Dudgeon Parkin the North Derby.

Brora came close to opening the scoring in the opening minutes. Kyle Macleod floated a free kick to the back post to Jamie Duff who forced a good save from Danny McCarthy.

At the other end of the field Academy then had a chance but a shot from Ross MacIver from the edge of the box curled just wide of target.

Richard Macadie then had an effort on target bit Joe Malin collected it comfortably.

On 10 minutes Brora took the lead. Zander Sutherland fired a long ball up to Andrew Greig and he ran ono it before coolly slotting passed McCarthy from about 8 yards out.

1 - 0

On the half-hour Brora were forced to make a change with Ally Macdonald coming off injured and he was replaced by Scott Houston.

A minute later the home side were two up. They won a corner which was fired in by Zander Sutherland and Steven Mackay rose highest to power home his header at the near post.

2 - 0

Just before the break Richard Macadie delivered a great corner for Danny Mackay but he headed just wide of the target at the Malin's back post.

Half Time - Brora Rangers 2 - Wick Academy 0

Last Updated ( Saturday, 12 August 2017 )
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Scoop Numbers 10th April 2017 Print E-mail
Written by Eann Plowman   
Monday, 10 April 2017

Results for Monday 10th April 2017

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Football_No6
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Football_No10
Football_No16

   No jackpot winner this week and 6 £10 winner(s)

  Next jackpot will be £5,600

Pick any 5 numbers from 17

The next draw is on Monday the 17th April 2017

The full list of all winners can be read here. Details of the draw and how to buy tickets can be read here.
Last Updated ( Monday, 17 April 2017 )
Turriff United 1 - WAFC 0 Print E-mail
Written by John Briskham   
Saturday, 08 April 2017

 8th April 2017 - Scottish Highland Football League  The Haughs
 Turriff United F.C.

  1 (David Ross 70)

turriffunited_nikeTeam: Kevin Main, Robert Allan(Nikolas Wozniak 46), James Chalmers, Darren Wood, Cameron Bowden, Paul Young, Allen MacKenzie(Ryan Bruce 75), Cameron Booth(Antonio Vastano 67), David Ross, David Booth, Neale Davidson.

Subs: Leszek Nowosielski, Nikolas Wozniak, Antonio Vastano, Kenneth Mair, Ryan Bruce, Przemystaw Chareza. 

  Wick Academy F.C.

 0

WAFC_New_Front_wTeam: Danny McCarthy, Danny Mackay, Brandon Sinclair, Gary Manson, Ross Allan(Colin Macrae 74), James Pickles, Steven Anderson, Aiden Reid, Richard Macadie, Gary Weir, Marc MacGregor(Korbyn Cameron 74).

Subs: Korbyn Cameron, Colin Macrae, Sean McCarthy. 

 Referee:  David Watt
 Bookings:  None
 Reporter:  Ken Wood
 Match Photos - Mel & Bob Roger:
 Link to match photos

Academy travelled to Turriff with a depleted squad due mainly to lots of work commitments but that gave the opportunity to field some of the youngsters who have been showing promise on recent occasions and Brandon Sinclair and Aiden Reid in defence certainly didn't let the side down. There was a further problem during the warm-up. Sean McCarthy who had suffered a foot injury during the Rothes game discovered that he was still in some pain, so a few minutes before kick-off the gloves were passed to his younger brother Danny.

Turriff pressured Academy during the early stages but the defence stood firm. A few Turriff crosses and long shots reached the penalty area but Danny McCarthy in the Wick goal dealt with them quite comfortably. The closes attempt came after 16 minutes when Neil Davidson swung in a corner from the Turriff right and it was headed off the line at the back post by Ross Allan. The ball was cleared immediately up-field to Steven Anderson who attacked on the left before firing a shot across goal from a fairly tight angle and passed the outside of the far post by only a yard.

Play continued in much of the same vein with the Academy defence snuffing out pretty much everything that Turriff threw at them with Danny McCarthy in particular making a couple of good safe catches and diving saves.

After 36 minutes Academy broke forward again with Anderson attacking on the left, he cut into the box and his first shot was well saved by Kevin Main diving to his right. Anderson had another go from the re-bound that bounced off a defender and fell to Mac MacGregor but his shot was also saved by Main. A fine double save by the Turriff keeper.

Turriff continued to press but without any end result and Academy then enjoyed a good five minute spell just before half-time. The ball was cleared up-field to Gary Weir who chested it down and was just about to pull the trigger when the ball was knocked away by a covering defender and out for a corner on the right which Richard Macadie swerved across to the back post where it was fisted away by Main.

Academy came forward again this time Macadie was clean through with a good opportunity but he shot wide of the target.

Last Updated ( Saturday, 12 August 2017 )
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Double Donation From Wick Academy FC Premier Club Winner Print E-mail
Written by John Briskham   
Saturday, 08 April 2017

Double Donation From Wick Academy FC Premier Club Winner

Two local organisations are to benefit from a recent Wick Academy Premier Club winner.

James Fleming who used to own Blingery Farm, Stirkoke was delighted with the good news that he'd won one of the twice yearly drawn £1000 prizes. On hearing the good news from Wick Academy Chairman James Innes by phone at his now Cirencester home, he immediately pondered which local organisations might be worthy recipients of his good fortune. It wasn't too long before he decided on The Flow Country River Trust and Wick Academy FC, in particular to go towards the volunteer groundsmen equipment and consumables.

John Mackay, Treasurer of the Flow Country River Trust was invited to the boardroom for the afternoon of the Rothes game and is seen pictured with Jim McLachlan (left), WAFC Premier Club Administrator receiving the cheque for £500. The Trust of which Mr Fleming is Chairman has a  territory that stretches from Tongue in the West, down to Berriedale in the South and East for the benefit of all species of freshwater fish. More information can be found on their website www.fcrt.org

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James Innes said " It was very generous of Mr Fleming to make the donations to two worthwhile causes and ours will be put to very good use here at Harmsworth Park in the off season. We will shortly be starting the intensive summer maintenance of the pitch and enclosures and we will be able to splash out on new paint brushes and rollers this year, along with perhaps a new petrol strimmer to replace our temperamental second hand one. We have already been prepping the walls for painting once the weather improves, so James's kind donation could not have come at a better time"   

The Wick Academy Premier Club is a weekly subscription draw of £50 & £100 prizes with two £1000 prizes a year. Forms can be downloaded from the Wick Academy FC website or available from any committee member.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 12 April 2017 )
Scoop Numbers 3rd April 2017 Print E-mail
Written by Eann Plowman   
Monday, 03 April 2017

Results for Monday 3rd April 2017

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Football_No8
Football_No9
Football_No11
Football_No17

   No jackpot winner this week and 10 £10 winner(s)

  Next jackpot will be £5,500

Pick any 5 numbers from 17

The next draw is on Monday the 10th April 2017

The full list of all winners can be read here. Details of the draw and how to buy tickets can be read here.
Last Updated ( Monday, 10 April 2017 )
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