August 2019 Supporters Club News


The Broch came out 3-0 winners against Inverurie Locos at the Bellslea on Highland League duty. The Broch led 1-0 at the break via a Sean Butcher goal before 2 quickfire goals from Scott Barbour and Paul Campbell from the spot secured the points.


The Broch earned a hard earned point away to Buckie Thistle to stay at the top of the Highland League table. The Broch led 1-0 at half time via a Gary Harris penalty. Buckie came out fighting in the 2nd half and scored goals in the last 10 minutes to seemingly take the win before the late drama. The Broch got a late late penalty which was converted by Paul Campbell to earn a share of the spoils which in truth was a fair result in the end.


The Broch recorded a hard earned win against league newcomers Brechin City. The goal came just after the half hour mark where a Brechin player turned a Scott Barbour cross into his own net. This proved to be the winning goal and send the Broch top of the league.


The Broch progressed to the last 4 of the Aberdeenshire cup with a comprehensive 6-0 win at home to Aberdeen University. The Broch led 3-0 at half time with Sean Butcher scoring 2 goals and the other coming from Willie West. The broch scored 3 further second half goals from Paul Campbell, Ryan Sargent and Gary Harris to set up a tie against the Banks O Dee in the semi final.


The Broch came from behind to earn a hard earned 3-2 win away to Nairn County to preserve their 100 percent record at the start of the season. The Broch trailed to an early Nairn goal before Bryan Hay bundled home an equaliser just before the break. Further goals from Paul Campbell from the penalty spot and Scott Barbour put the Broch 3-1 up before a late own goal ensured a grandstand finish but the Broch held on for the points.


Despite a very spirited performance against League 2 opposition a much changed Broch side exited the SPFL Trust Trophy to Cowdenbeath. The winner was scored in the second minute of added time at the end of the match. We wish Cowdenbeath all the best for the season ahead.


The Broch ran out 6-2 winners against Brora Rangers in an extraordinary match at Bellslea Park. The Broch trailed 2-0 after the first 15 minutes but roared back to level at 2-2 by the half hour mark. The score stayed level till the interval before the Broch scored 4 unanswered goals in the 2nd half to secure a very convincing win in the end.


The Broch came out 4-0 winners against Fort William at the Bellslea. The Broch led 2-0 at Half Time with goals from Gary Harris and Scott Barbour. 2 further goal from Gary Harris with one coming from the penalty spot earned him the match ball and a 4-0 win for the lads. Next up is Brora Rangers at the Bellslea this coming Saturday.