Huntly 2 - WAFC 3
|27th December 2008 - League||Christie Park, Huntly|
|Huntly FC||2 (Michael Ewen 11, Michele Lombardi 21)|
Team: Ross Bremner, Greg Lamberty, Alan Redford, Ross Campbell, Kevin Lonie(Neil Reid 48), Mark Gray, Russell Guild, Michele Lombardi, Michael Ewen, Richard Craig(Scott Garrett 59), Colin Robertson.
|Wick Academy FC||3 (Gary Farquhar 12, Nigel MacKenzie 44, Richard Macadie 46)|
Team: James More, Shaun Sinclair, Gary Manson, Stevie Cunningham, Andrew MacLeod, Bryan McKiddie(David Allan 82), Nigel MacKenzie, Gary Farquhar, Gary Weir, Richard Macadie, David Cowie.
|Bookings:|| Greg Lamberty 40
Ross Campbell 48
Colin Robertson 67
|Match Reporter:||Colin Stewart|
Just kicked off at Christie Park. Don McMillan, Martin Gunn and Alex Lamb are all unavailabe today.
Academy are playing pretty well and Farquhar has a shot across cross goal that whistled just wide of target.
Huntly regain the advantage in the 21st minute. A ball is cut across goal from the bye-line and Lombardi is perfectly positioned to slot home.
2 - 1
Just before half time Academy again show their fighting qualities as they once more level the scores. Macadie managed to beat the off-side trap and raced through the Huntly defence before squaring to MacKenzie and he made no mistake hammering home.
2 - 2
With a minute of injury time played Weir almost put the Scorries ahead but his 18 yard pile-driver whistled inches over the top of Ross Bremner's cross-bar.
Half time 2 - 2
Academy got the second half off to the perfect start. A high ball caught out the Huntly defence and fell nicely to Macadie. He composed himself and fired his right foot shot into the left hand corner of Bremner's net from 16 yards out.
2 - 3
Academy are playing some great stuff and Macadie has got behind the Huntly defence a few times but hasn't managed to convert.
Huntly are starting to apply more and more pressure with 10 minutes left to play but Academy are playing as a team today and are resolute in defence. Hopefully they can see this through to the full-time whistle.
Referee Potten blows for full time and Academy run out deserving winners. This is the first time that the Scorries have done the league double over Huntly and this win put us up into 9th place in the league, a point above Nairn who's game against Buckie was postponed today.
Full time 2 - 3