August 2016 Supporters Club News


The Broch ended August with a 2-0 win away to Huntly. Gary Harris scored in each half to keep up his great goal scoring run.


The Broch and Brora shared the spoils in a keenly contested encounter at Bellslea park.The game finally sparked into life when the Broch were awarded a penalty just after the hour mark which was converted by Gary Harris to make it 1-0 to the Broch. Brora equalised 12 minutes later with a cross come shot which deceived Peter Tait in the Broch goal to make it 1-1. Not long after the Broch hit the post for the second time in the match but the ball agonisingly went out of play. There was no further scoring and the game finished 1-1.


F.F.C.S.C. will not be running a bus to Huntly on Wednesday due to insufficient numbers. We apologise for the inconvenience.


The Broch kept up their good form agasint Cove Rangers with a hard earned point. The Broch trailed 1-0 at half time after Cove were awarded a dubious penalty but the Broch never gave up an got their rewards with 2 minutes to go when Marc Dickson equalised much to the delight of the travelling support.


The Broch notched up their 3rd win in their opening 4 league games against Rothes who won their first 3 league games. The Broch opened the scoring through a Cammy Buchan header midway through the first half and Gary Harris made it 2-0 just before half time. Gary Harris made it 3 from the spot just after half time, then 2 minutes later Paul Campbell made it 4-0 to the Broch. Rothes scored 2 late goals to make the scoreline a bit more respectable at the end.


The Broch recorded a 3-0 win away to Keith to claim 6 points out of a possible 9 at the start of the new Highland League season. Gary Harris opened the scoring from the spot after a matter of seconds then netted a second with 5 minutes to go. Captain Ryan Christie rounded off the scoring in the last minute to ensure the 3 points headed back to the Broch.


The Broch narrowly lost 1-0 to Formartine United in the Highland League last night. The Broch were unfortunate to come away empty handed in the end. Next up is Keith away on Saturday with the supporters bus leaving the Elizabethan at 12:45PM.


Tonight sees the Broch play Formartine United away from home in the Highland League. The supporters bus will leave the Elizabethan Bar at 6:15PM.