July 2017 Supporters Club News

30/07/17

The Broch opened their Highland League campaign with a 3-1 win at home to Wick Academy. The Broch trailed 1-0 at half time but 3 2nd half goals 2 of which from Paul Campbell and the clincher from the penalty spot from Gary Harris to seal the 3 points.

30/07/17

We had another successful AGM in eh Elizabethan last night officials as below with just a small change in Martin Moir now handling the membership secretary duties. Chairman: Brain Topping / Barry Walker Secretary/Treasurer: Kenny McDonald Marketing & Media Manager: Mike McLean Website Editor / Membership Secretary: Martin Moir Committee members: John & Craig Reekie. Bus prices and membership prices are to remain the same for the 10th consecutive year. We will be running a bus to our game against Formartine on Wednesday night however as these have been identified as the one’s which loose the most money we will monitor to see if its viable to continue to do so. Wednesday 2nd August Bus to Formartine Leave Elizabethan at 6.15PM.

27/07/17

The Broch have been drawn away to Aberdeenshire holders Buckie Thistle. The tie will take place on Wednesday 6th of September.

25/07/17

The Broch lost their final pre-season game 3-1 against near neighbours Fraserburgh United. The Broch's goal came from Willie West.

25/07/17

This Saturday sees the start of the new Highland Season in which the Broch open up with a home game against Wick Academy. After the match F.F.C.S.C. will hold their annual AGM at the Elizabethan Bar.

23/07/17

In the last week the Broch have stepped up their pre-season programme with a 7-2 win at home to Newburgh Thistle, 2-1 win away to Maud, 8-1 win away to Longside and a 7-1 away to Broughty Athletic. Next up the Broch will play Fraserburgh United in their final pre-season game before the opening Highland League game at home to Wick Academy on the 29th of July.

09/07/17

The Broch started their pre season with a testimonial for ling serving Broch player Graham Johnston also known as Gizzy against local rivals Peterhead. The Broch rallied from 2-0 down to peg it back back to 2-2 but lost a late goal to lose the game 3-2. All from F.F.C.S.C. hope Graham enjoyed his day.