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Scottish Highland Football League

  Wick Badge Wick Academy v Nairn County Nairn Badge

Saturday 1st August 3:00pm

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Last Match Score - League - WAFC 0  - Clachnacuddin 3

WAFC 0 - Clachnacuddin 3
 25th July - Scottish Highland Football League  Harmsworth Park, Wick
 Wick Academy F.C.

  0 

wickacademy_nikeTeam: Sean McCarthy, Michael Steven, Grant Steven, Alan Farquhar, Gary Manson, Davie Allan, James Pickles, Grant Campbellycard, Steven Anderson, Gary Weir(Thorfinn Stout 80), Richard Macadie(Marc MacGregor 68). 

Subs: Marc MacGregor, Colin Macrae, Sean Campbell (T), Andrew Mackay (T), Thorfinn Stout (T), Danny McCarthy.  

  Clachnacuddin F.C.  3 (Gordon Morrison 53, 58 Pen, 78) 

clachnacuddin_erreaTeam: Errol Watson, Sean Fitzpatrickycard, Michael Finnisycard, Jamie Doran, David McGurk, Ryan Mackintosh, Calum Macdonald(Ryan Macdonald 74), Martin Callum, Gordon Morrison(Scott Davidson 81), Andrew Fraser(Michael Grimes 56), Daniel Maclennan.

Subs: Fraser Robertson, Scott Maclean, Ryan Macdonald, Michael Grimes, Alan Macphee (T), Scott Davidson.

 Referee:   David Watt
 Bookings:   Grant Campbell 38
  Sean Fitzpatrick 68
  Michael Finnis 86
 Sponsors Man of the Match:   Gordon Morrison

Academy welcomed Clachnacuddin to the Harmsworth Park for the opening league game of the season. Academy were missing the services of Sam Mackay and Danny Mackay today and had several youngsters on the bench as trialists.

Academy played very well in spells, especially in the first half, but just didn't click in front of goal. For Clach however, veteran striker Gordon Morrison rolled back the years as he bagged a second half hat-trick to secure Clach's biggest win at Harmsworth Park since 2003 when they won by the same score-line in a Highland League Cup tie.

Academy started the game well and within a minute created the first chance of the game. Davie Allan burst through the tackles of David McGurk and Jamie Doran to break into the right edge of the Clach box. A covering defender did just enough to get something on the ball as Allan crossed it. That took the sting out of the cross, which was intended for Gary Weir as he was homing in on target, and the ball was gathered by keeper Errol Watson.

Academy crafted another chance following great build-up play between Seen Anderson and Gary Manson. Manson crossed the heart of the Clach box where Davie Allan teed up Richard Macadie but his shot went high of the target.

James Pickles sent a 20 yard free-kick over the target and in the next attack Allan did well to win a corner. Richard Macadie swung it in and James Pickles got his head to it but again the attempt went straight to keeper Watson.

On 19 minutes Academy had a great chance to take the lead. They forced another corner which Macadie delivered and with an empty net in front of him Grant Steven out-jumped everyone at the back post but agonisingly couldn't get his head to the ball as it whizzed past him.

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Brora Rangers 1 - WAFC 1 - NOSC R1 - Academy win 4-2 on Penalties
 22nd July 2015 - AJG Parcels North of Scotland Cup - Round 1  Dudgeon Park
 Brora Rangers F.C.

  1 (Steven Mackay 19)    

brorarangers_nike_homeTeam: Joe Mallin, John Pickles(Grant Munro 45), Ally Macdonald, Richard Brittain, Colin Williamsonycard, Dale Gillespieycard, Scott Graham(Paul Brindle 90), Martin Maclean(Stuart Kettlewell 82) , Alexander Sutherland, Steven Mackay, Andrew Greig.

Subs: Stuart Kettlewell, Colin Maclean, Paul Brindle, Grant Munro, Steven Martin. 

  Wick Academy F.C.

 1 (Davie Allan 76)

wickacademy_nikeTeam: Sean McCarthy, Michael Steven, Grant Steven, Alan Farquhar, Danny Mackay, Grant Campbell, Sam Mackayycard, James Pickles(Gary Weir 46), Richard Macadie(Gary Manson 71), Davie Allan, Steven Anderson.

Subs: Danny McCarthy, Gary Manson, Colin Mcrae, Marc MacGregor, Gary Weir.

 Referee:  Graham Fraser
 Bookings:  Sam Mackay 20
 Colin Williamson 32
 Dale Gillespie 78
 Reporter:  Luke Bunch

Wick Academy knocked reigning North of Scotland Cup champions Brora Rangers out of the competition at the first time of asking tonight in a thriller that went to penalty kicks to decide the outcome.

Steven Mackay headed the home side in front but Davie Allan levelled and with the score at 1-1 come the full time whistle the tie went straight into penalty kicks. Sean McCarthy made two penalty saves and Michael Steven scored the winning goal to send the Scorries into the next round where they will face Clachnacuddin at Grant Street Park on the 12th of August.

Brora crafted the first chance of the game after 7 minutes. The Academy defence failed to clear a deep cross which fell to Scott Graham but he fired over the bar from the left side of the box.

3 minutes later Academy had a great chance to open the scoring. Stevie Anderson was played into the box one-on-one with Joe Mallin. Anderson tried to round the keeper but Mallin got a hand to the ball and Brora cleared the danger.

The home side however did open the scoring on 19 minutes. A short corner on the left for Brora was played into Richard Brittain who skipped a couple of challenges before getting a left foot shot on target that was beaten away by Sean McCarthy for another corner. Brittain swung the corner in and Steven Mackay rose the highest and from 7 yards out he headed home into the top corner of the net.

Brora Rangers 1 - Wick Academy 0

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