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Fraserburgh 0 - WAFC 4
 16th April 2016 - Scottish Highland Football League  Bellslea
 Fraserburgh F.C.


fraserburgh_ZeusTeam: Joe Barbour, Stuart Taylor, Russell McBrideycard, Ryan Cowie, Bryan Hay(Bruce Mair 83), Dean Cowieycard, Aidan Combe(Bailey Simpson 46), Michael Rae, Paul Campbell, Graham Johnston(Steven Davidson 74), Grant Noble.

Subs: Steven Davidson, Trialist, Bailey Simpson, Cameron Buchan, Ryan Christie, Bruce Mair, Paul Leask. 

  Wick Academy F.C.

 4 (Richard Macadie 6 Pen, 77 pen, Sam Mackay 60, Steven Anderson 77)

wickacademy_nike_awayTeam: Sean McCarthy, Gary Manson, Ross Allan, Alan Farquharycard, James Pickles, Sam Mackay, James McLean(Colin Macrae 84), Steven Anderson, Marc MacGregor, Richard Macadie, Davie Allanycard.

Subs: Gary Weir, Colin Macrae, Danny McCarthy.

 Referee:  Thomas Shaw
 Bookings:  Davie Allan 51
 Alan Farquhar 80
 Dean Cowie 81
 Russell McBride 83
 Reporter:  Luke Bunch

Academy travelled to Bellslea today to face Fraserburgh in the Scorrie's last game of the season and the lads finished in some style, running out 4-0 winners. That's our best ever result at Bellslea, beating our previous best result of 4-1 back in 2009. A brace of penalties from Richard Macadie and goals from Sam Mackay and Steven Anderson secured the win.

The result guaranteed a 5th place finish for Academy as Clachnacuddin beat Inverurie Locos and Nairn drew with Forres meaning that even if Nain win their remaining two games in hand they can't now overtake us.

Danny Mackay was suspended for the game and Michael Steven was out injured. Marc Dickson and Willie West were both suspended for Fraserburgh.

Academy opened the scoring after only 6 minutes. The ball was played up to Steven Anderson who shrugged off his marker and drove into the box. Keeper Joe Barbour took him down and referee Thomas Shaw pointed to the penalty spot. Richard Macadie took the spot kick and made no mistake chipping the ball over Barbour into the net.

0 - 1

Just before the quarter hour Academy created another good chance. James McLean latched onto a Fraserburgh clearance and he played it wide to Davie Allan on the right. Allan played in Marc MacGregor on the edge of the Fraserburgh box and his right foot shot was parried away by keeper Joe Barbour.

Fraserburgh's first attempt of the game came in the next attack. A poor clearance by Alan Farquhar fell to Aidan Combe and his attempt from the edge of the box was turned around the post for a corner by Sean McCarthy.

Academy came close to doubling their advantage but a good save by Joe Barbour denied Davie Allan as the Broch stopper tipped his attempt off the post and out for a corner.

Up the other end of the park a throw-in on the left from Ryan Cowie found Grant Noble on the edge of the Academy box but he fired his attempt over the crossbar.

Rothes 1 - WAFC 5
 9th April 2016 - Scottish Highland Football League  MacKessack Park
 Rothes F.C.

  1 (Jamie Mackay 19)

rothes_stannoTeam: Iain Anderson, Scott Davidson, Gary Ewen, Blair McDonald(Stuart Thomson 26), Donald Horsburgh, Jack Lingard, Ryan Stuart(Kayode Ezekiel 69), Daniel Smith, Jamie Mackay(Lee Wilson 65), David Lawrence, Ricky Henderson.

Subs: Lee Wilson, Stuart Thomson, Kayode Ezekiel, Craig MacMillan, Scott Riddoch.

  Wick Academy F.C.

 5 (Marc MacGregor 16, Richard Macadie 35 Pen, 38, Steven Anderson 55, Ryan Campbell 75)

WAFC_New_Front_wTeam: Danny McCarthy, Colin Macrae, Gary Manson(Ross Allan 79), Danny Mackay, Grant Steven, Alan Hughes, Sam Mackay, James McLean(Ryan Campbell 57), Richard Macadie, Steven Anderson(Gary Weir 79), Marc MacGregor.

Subs: Alan Farquhar, Gary Weir, Ross Allan, Ryan Campbell, Sean McCarthy.

 Referee:  Ben Dempster
 Bookings:  None
 Reporter:  Luke Bunch

Academy travelled to MacKessack Park today for our penultimate game for this season and ran out 5 - 1 winners picking up a valuable 3 points. Davie Allan was suspended for this one and Danny McCarthy started between the sticks. Ryan Campbell from the U17's squad came on in the second half and scored his first Academy goal with a well taken glancing header.

The first chance of the game fell to Academy after 3 minutes. Danny Mackay played a long ball out of defence which was flicked on by Marc MacGregor to the edge of the Rothes box. Steven Anderson collected it and his shot was parried over the crossbar by keeper Iain Anderson.

In the next attack it was MacGregor who had a pop from a tight angle but his attempt found the side-netting.

Just before the quarter-hour mark the home side had their first sniff on goal. Ryan Stuart cut up the right flank and from the edge of the box fired in a left foot shot forcing Danny McCarthy into a good save.

Academy opened the scoring in the 16th minute. A Gary Manson cross from the left wing was knocked down by a Rothes defender and fell to Marc MacGregor and from 8 yards out he made no mistake in finding the back of the net.

0 - 1

Three minutes later and the scores were squared. A good passing move saw the ball played wide to Ricky Henderson on the left wing. His first time ball into the Academy box found Jamie Mackay and from 12 yards out he fired home into the bottom left hand corner.

1 - 1

Half an hour played and Academy created another opportunity. Colin Macrae took a free-kick just inside the Rothes half. It found Grant Steven at the back post and he laid it off to Gary Manson who took a touch but lifted his attempt onto the roof of the net.

WAFC 2 - Brora Rangers 2
 2nd April 2016 - Scottish Highland Football League  Harmsworth Park, Wick
 Wick Academy F.C.

  2 (Dale Gillespie 6, 40)

WAFC_New_Front_wTeam: Sean McCarthy, Gary Manson, Danny Mackayycard, Alan Farquhar, Grant Stevenycard, Sam Mackay, James Pickles, Steven Andersonycard, Richard Macadie, Davie Allanrcard, Gary Weirycard(Marc MacGregor 63).

Subs: Colin Macrae, Marc MacGregor, Alan Hughes, Ryan Campbell, James McLean, Danny McCarthy. 

  Brora Rangers F.C.   2 (Richard Macadie 75, Marc MacGregor 80)

brorarangers_nike_homeTeam: Steven Martin, John Pickles, Ally Macdonald, Grant Munro, Colin Williamson, Dale Gillespie, Scott Graham(Paul Brindle 82), Martin MacLeanycard, Alexander Sutherland, Steven Mackay, Andrew Greig. 

Subs: Scott Houston, Alistair Sutherland, Lewis Grant, Richard Brittain, Gavin Morrison, Paul Brindle.  

 Referee:   Simon MacLean
 Bookings:   Grant Steven 8
  Davie Allan 30
  Gary Weir 43
  Martin MacLean 55
  Davie Allan 55 (Red)
  Danny Mackay 76
  Steven Anderson 89
 Sponsors Man of the Match:   Marc MacGregor

10 man Wick Academy produced a stunning second half come-back recovering from a two goal deficit to earn a draw against local rivals Brora Rangers and in the process putting a massive dent in their title challenge.

A first half double from Dale Gillespie had the visitors pretty much in charge and the game looked all but over when Davie Allan was sent off 10 minutes after the interval. Marc MacGregor was introduced and he set up Academy's first goal for Richard Macadie to head home, and then went on to score a dramatic equaliser that sparked scenes of dubitation at Harmsworth Park.

A massive support approaching 1,000 packed into Harmsworth Park for Academy's last home game of the season. It was the visitors however that started the better and took the lead after 6 minutes. They won a corner on the right that was delivered in by Andrew Greig and Grant Munro's shot was cleared off the line. Dale Gillespie was on the re-bound in a flash and he hammered home into the roof of the net from 6 yards out.

0 - 1

Academy's first half-sniff at goal came after 10 minutes but Sam Mackay couldn't get enough whip on his free-kick and it went straight into the arms of keeper Steven Martin.

Brora were having the better of the game and Andrew Greig had a flashing shot that went just passed the outside of the upright before Sean McCarthy got down well to turn a low drive from Martin Maclean around his post for a corner.

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