October 2005 - Team & Club News

Wick Academy Football Club

October 2005 - Team and Club News


29th October
Highland League Fixture: Rothes v Wick Academy FC (Team News)
Wick manger Alistair Budge travels to Rothes today without Paul McCallum and Alex Lamb but Shaun Sinclair has recovered from the knock he picked up in the Fraserburgh game, and should be available for selection. A win today would see Academy over-take Rothes in the league, so lets hope they can come back up the road with all 3 points.

15th October 2005
Highland League Fixture: Deveronvale v Wick Academy Fc (Team News)
Wick will be missing Gavin Henderson(Attending a Wedding), Gary Weir (Foot Injury) and Paul McCallum (Hamstring) for tomorrow's difficult away match at Deveronvale.
However Martin MacGregor is added to the Squad along with Ex Thurso Striker Mark Nicol, provided WIck have him signed up prior to the match.

11th October 2005: UMAX North of Scotland Cup Semi-Final - Team News
Apart from the absence of Andrew MacLeod and Paul McCallum, Manager Alistair Budge has a full squad to choose from ahead of Tuesday nights tie against Nairn.
Nairn on the other hand have a few injury worries, with Keeper Campbell carrying an ankle injury from Saturdays defeat to Deveronvale and must be considered doubtful, although they will have the experienced Jim Calder to call upon if Campbell doesn't make it.
Also carry a knockfrom the match against Deveronvale is Martin MacDonald who is rated very doubtful.
Steven Edwards and Martin Sanderson maybe be suspended for the tie due to both players receiving their marching orders during the Deveronvale match although this has still to be confirmed.

4th October: Team news ahead of Saturday's match at home to Buckie Thistle.
Manager Alistair Budge may have to wait until the very last moment on Saturday before deciding on his line up for the match verses Buckie Thistle at the Harmsworth Park.
Jamie MacKenzie is rated doubtful with a chest Infection along with youngster Gary Weir who has a foot injury.
Paul McCallum will definately not make the match due to an ongoing hamstring injury that's showing no signs of clearing up, and could be out for a number of weeks yet.
On a positive note Martin MacGregor returns to the squad and is available for selection.

Manager Budge hinted tonight that promising youngster Sandy Sutherland who has been showing up well in training is ready to grasp his opportunity and may start the match if Jamie MacKenzie is unavailable.

Reporter: Alan Farquhar