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The Broch came out 2-0 winners at home to Inverurie Locos in the Aberdeenshire Cup. A goal in either half from Paul Campbell and Sean Butcher sets up a semi final tie away to Buckie Thistle on the 4th of September.


The Broch continued their great start to the season with a well deserved win away to Buckie Thistle. The Broch led 1-0 through an early Sean Butcher goal before Buckie equalised from the spot. Scott Barbour put the Broch ahead after 22 minutes to go in at the break 2-1 up. Lewis Davidson added a late third to secure the points. Even a missed penalty from Greg Buchan didn't take the gloss off a great Broch performance.


The Broch continues their winning start to the Highland league season with a 6-0 win at home to Clachnacuddin. The Broch led 2-0 at half time with goals from Sean Butcher and Scott Barbour before 4 second half goals from Scott Barbour again, Aidan Combe and 2 from Paul Campbell completed the scoring.


Ross County Colts came out on top in a thrilling Tunnocks Caramel Wafer Cup tie last night by winning by the odd goal in 5. The Broch goals came via Jamie Beagrie and Scott Barbour.


The Broch recorded a fantastic 2-1 away win against Formartine United to maintain their 100% start. The Broch were well worth the win in what was a fantastic performance from the team. The Broch goals came from Paul Campbell and Ryan Cowie.


On behalf of the F.F.C.S.C. committee I would like to thank everyone who attended the game yesterday. We had an impressive 52 supporters on the bus which is brilliant. We are already up to 65 members which is amazing for the first day of taking in membership. I for one think the new form for existing members to print and sign worked wonders yesterday. Thanks to Kenny McDonald for coming up with that idea as it made everything run so smoothly. As for yesterday's match, what a result! We thoroughly deserved the win and could've won by more on another day. The fans again were fantastic in backing the team and the players fed off that. To me it felt like a home game with the support we had there. Many thanks for your continued support it's something i always appreciate. Thanks, Martin