WAFC 3 - Turriff United 4

 22nd November 2014 - Scottish Highland Football League  Harmsworth Park, Wick
 Wick Academy F.C.

  3 (Davie Allan 38, 76, Steven Anderson 70)  

wickacademy_nikeTeam: James More, Michael Stevenycard(Gary Manson 81), Ross Allan, Alan Farquhar, Grant Stevenycard, Grant Campbell, Jack Halliday(Sam Mackay 62), Stevie Cunninghamycard, Richard Macadie, Davie Allanycard, Gary Weir(Steven Anderson 66).

Subs: Gary Manson, Steven Anderson, Alan Hughes, Sam Mackay, Lukasz Geruzel, Michael Gray.     

  Turriff United F.C.  4 (Andrew MacAskill 10, Gary McGowan 57, Aaron McKenna 88, Gary Harris 91)

turriffunited_nike_awayTeam: Kevin Main, Lewis Davidson(James Chalmers 36, Robert Allan 42), Christopher Herd, Stuart Cumming, Cameron Bowdenycard, Artjoms Kuznecovs, Aaron McKenna, Paul Young, Jamie Beagrie, Andrew MacAskillycard, Gary McGowan(Gary Harris 75).

Subs: Robert Allan, Gary Harris, Nicholas Gray, Craig MacAskill, James Chalmers, James Brownie.

 Referee:   Calum Spence
 Bookings:

  Davie Allan 29
  Cameron Bowden 58
  Michael Steven 65
  Grant Steven 68
  Andrew MacAskill 81
  Stevie Cunningham 87

 Sponsors Man of the Match:   Davie Allan

Academy's run of 14 league games without defeat was broken today by visitors Turriff United. A bumper Harmsworth Park crowd of over 600 witnessed a cracking match. It was Alan Farquhar's 200th competitive appearance for the club.

An Andrew Macaskill shot in the 10th minute which sneaked in at James More's left hand post opening the scoring for the visitors.

Davie Allan levelled 12 minutes from half-time to send the sides in at the break all square.

Gary McGowan put Turriff back in front before substitute Steven Anderson swept home a Sam Mackay cross to restore parity.

Davie Allan then broke through and kept his cool to put Academy ahead for the first time in the game, but Turriff just as they did in the game down in The Haughs, scored twice in the last few minutes to pinch the points. Aaron McKenna drew them level and a last minute winner by substitute Gary Harris broke Academy hearts.

The result sees Turriff overtake us into 2nd spot with Brora who won today going top.