August 2016 Supporters Club News


The Broch recorded an emphatic 5-1 win away to Deveronvale in the Highland League. The Broch again trailed to an early goal but a 9 minute hat-trick from Willie West and a Paul Campbell penalty made it 4-1 at the break before West conpleted the scoring with his 4th goal of the night.


The Broch recorded an emphatic 7-1 win at home to Nairn County. The Broch trailed to an early Nairn goal but Paul Campbell equalised just before the half hour mark. A great save to turn the ball onto the post from Broch goalkeeper Peter Tait turned out to be the game changer. 3 quick fire goals from Michael Rae, Kieran Simpson and Scott Barbour gave the Broch a 4-1 lead at half time. Further goals from Paul Campbell, Scott Barbour and Sean Butcher completed the rout. Next up is a trip to Deveronvale on Wednesday night. Come awa the Burgh!!!


The Broch bounced back from Wednesday's cup disappointment with a 7-0 win away to Lossiemouth.


The Broch recorded a fine 2-1 win at home to Brora Rangers in the Highland League. The Broch trailed 1-0 early on but could've been at least a couple of goals down before Paul Young equalised on the half hour mark. In the 56th minute the Broch scored what was to be the winning goal. Gary Harris was upended on the edge of the 18 yard box and the Brora defender got his marching orders. From the resulting free-kick Ryan 'Boomer' Christie which squirmed through the hands and legs of the hapless Brora goalkeeper. The Broch further chances to make the game safe after this but 2-1 was how it finished to put the Broch on 9 points and sit 3rd in the league table.


The Broch got back to winning ways with a 3-0 win away to Keith. The Broch led 1-0 at half time with a goal from Willie West on bis 500th appearance for the club before Scott Barbour and Gary Harris rounded off the scoring in the second half.


The Broch are away to Keith in Highland League duty tonight. The supporters bus will leave the Elizabethan bar at 6:15pm.


Many thanks to everyone who has been on our buses so far this season and good to see some new faces along with the regulars. The main aim of F.F.C.S.C. is to try and run buses to as much games as possible and having heally numbers on our buses goes a long way to achieving this.


The Broch lost 2-0 to league champions Cove Rangers in the Highland League. A goal in each half condemned the Broch to defeat.


The Broch exited the Irn Bru Cup after an entertaining 2-2 draw against Inverurie Locos which went to the dreaded penalty shootout after 90 minutes in which Locos prevailed 5-4 in sudden death. We wish them all the best in round 1.