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Wednesday 31st August 8:00pm


Last Match Score - League - WAFC 4 - Huntly 4

WAFC 4 - Huntly 4
 27th August 2016 - Scottish Highland Football League
   Harmsworth Park, Wick
 Wick Academy F.C.

  4 (Marc MacGregor 31, Michael Steven 73, Richard Macadie 76, Steven Anderson 92)

WAFC_New_Front_wTeam: Sean McCarthy, Michael Stevenycard, Grant Steven(Danny Mackay 39), Alan Farquhar, Ross Allan(Andrew Mackay 46), James Pickles, Gary Mansonrcard, Davie Allan, Richard Macadie, Steven Anderson, Marc MacGregor(James McLean 70). 

Subs: Colin Macrae, Andrew Mackay, Michael Petrie, Danny Mackay, James McLean, Gary Weir, Asa Sinlair.   

  Huntly F.C.   4 (Dennis Wyness 12, 19, Sean Webb 44, Elliot Duff 94)

huntly_astinaTeam: Andrew Pennycook, Sean Webb, Cory Ritchieycard(Adam Naismith 56), Neale Allan, Lewis Ingram, Sean Crollrcard, Ian Cruickshank(Alexander Thoirs 26ycard), Dennis Wyness, Paul Napier, Jordan Morrice(Elliot Duff 66), Matthew McDonald. 

Subs: Alexander Thoirs, Elliot Duff, Stuart Hodge, Adam Naismith, Joe Burr, Martin Macdonald.  

 Referee:   Graham Fraser
 Bookings:   Cory Ritchie 8
  Michael Steven 34
  Sean Croll 50, 89 - Red
  Alexander Thoirs 72
  Gary Manson 84 - Red
 Sponsors Man of the Match:   Richard Macadie

Well this game had it all, and then some! Eight goals, two missed penalties, two red cards and an action filled second half that was a roller-coaster!

Two goals from Dennis Wyness had the visitors two up after 19 minutes before Marc MacGregor pulled one back. A free header from a corner got Sean Webb onto the score card to put Huntly in at the break two goals to the good.

Two goals in three second half minutes from Michael Steven and Richard Macadie had Academy level before a great run and strike from Steven Anderson deep into injury time had the Harmsworth Park faithful on their feet as it looked to be a sure-fire winner. Huntly however went back up the field and with the last kick of the match their new summer signing Elliot Duff kept his cool in the box to finish the game in style and ensure the points were shared.

Academy started the game sharply and with only three minutes played had a very strong case for a penalty kick. Steven Anderson broke into the box and keeper Andrew Pennycook looked to take all of the man and none of the ball, but referee Graham Fraser waved play on.

Pennycook was in action again minutes later palming away a shot from Anderson that looked goal-bound.

Pickles was the next to have a crack and again Pennycook was on hand to make the save and gather the ball at the second attempt.

Huntly opened the scoring on 12 minutes. A long kick-out bounced over the top of Grant Steven allowing veteran striker Dennis Wyness to nip in and he made no mistake in finding the net.

0 - 1

Pickles set up Anderson in Academy's next attack but Anderson's curling shot flew just passed the outside of the post.

On 19 minutes Wyness again found the net. Academy tried to play the ball out of defence but a slack pass from Alan Farquhar allowed Wyness in on goal. His first attempt was blocked and the ball spun up in the air, but he hammered home at the second attempt.

0 - 2

WAFC 2 - SPFL Legends 3 - Gary Weir Testimonial
 21st August 2016 - Gary Weir Testimonial
   Harmsworth Park, Wick
 Wick Academy F.C.

  2 (Richard Macadie 12, Gary Weir 15)

WAFC_New_Front_wTeam: James More, Michael Steven(Shaun Sinclair 46), Alan Farquhar(Stewart Ross 29), Danny Mackay(Alan Sinclair 59), Gary Manson(Sandy Sutherland 29), Davie Allan(Gary Davidson 29), James Pickles(Craig Shearer 46), Richard Macadie(Chris Taylor 59), Ross Allan(Kyle Ross 29), Steven Anderson(Andy Falconer 46), Gary Weir(Roy Weir 81). 

Subs: Kyle Ross, Stewart Ross, Chris Taylor, Gary Davidson, Craig Shearer, Alan Sinclair, Shaun Sinclair, Andy Falconer, Sandy Sutherland, Roy Weir.

  SPFL Legends F.C.   3 (Barry Wilson 44, 65, Blair Lawrie 71)

wickacademy_nike_awayTeam: Michael Gray, Jason Dair, Gary Campbell(Nigel Mackenzie 50), Stuart Kettlewell, Scott Thompson, Kevin Fotheringham, Barry Wilson, Charlie Christie(Craig Gunn 55), Gordon Connelly(Richard Hughes 85), Charlie Brown(Blair Lawrie 33), Graham Bain(John Robertson 32). 

Subs: Blair Lawrie, Nigel Mackenzie, John Robertson, Craig Gunn, Richard Hughes.  

 Referee:   Graham Elder
 Bookings:   None
 Sponsors Man of the Match:   Gary Weir

A Harmsworth Park crowd of about 200 turned out for Gary Weir's testimonial against a SPFL Legends and friends team captained by ex-Academy Manager Barry Wilson, and managed by his father Bobby. Those in attendance witnessed a cracking game. The Legends may no longer have had the steam to run things down for the full 90 minutes, but all the touches, vision and range of passing was still there for all to see.

Richard Macadie was first to get a crack on goal. Steven Anderson delivered from the right wing for Macadie but Michael Gray punched his effort away. Davie Allan followed up but screwed his shot wide of target.

On 11 minutes a James Pickles shot took a defection off the foot of Gordon Connelly. It looped over the top of Gray and bounced off the top of the crossbar before falling to Steven Anderson who smashed it home but he was ruled off-side.

A minute later Academy Manager Gordon Connelly clipped Gary Weirs heels just inside the penalty box and Academy were awarded a penalty. Richard Macadie took the spot kick which crept just inside Gray's right hand post.

1 - 0

On the quarter hour neat foot-work by Weir on the outside of the Legends box lead to academy's second. After Weir had escaped the attention of Gary Campbell he slid the ball wide for Gary Manson who cut it back into the path of Weir who took a touch before slamming home with his trusty right foot.

2 - 0

Macadie and Davie Allan combined in Academy's next move which saw a Macadie shot saved by Gray.

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