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Billy McNeill

All at Fraserburgh Football Club Supporters Club were saddened to hear the news that Billy had passed away on Monday night.

Our thoughts and prayers are with Billys family and friends.

Billy will always be fondly remembered in the town of Fraserburgh, he captained the Celtic team which played against the Broch in a fundraising friendly.

The money raised from the match went to the 6 families of the Lifeboatmen who tragically lost their lives on The Duchess of Kent Lifeboat on 21st January 1970.

Billy may be gone now but he will never be forgotten in the Broch.


The Broch rounded off their season with a 7-0 win away to Fort William to clinch a brilliant 3rd place finish in the Highland League. The Broch led 2-0 through an own goal and a Scott Barbour strike but had least 2 more chalked off by the standside linesman.5 further second half goals, braces from Sean Butcher, Aidan Combe and one from Paul Cambpell. Well done to all players and staff.


The Broch bounced back from the previous weeek's defeat at home to Inverurie Locos with a hart fought 3-2 win away to Clachnacuddin. The broch trailed 1-0 before Scott Barbour equalised and the teams went in 1-1 at the break. 2 quickfire goals a second fron Barbour and one fron Greg Buchan swung the game in the Broch's favour before Clach scored a late consolation.


The broch lost 4-2 at home to Inverurie Locos in theis last home fixture of the season at Bellslea Park. The broch led 2-1 at half time thrugh 2 goals from Paul Campbell but 3 second half goals from Locos took the game away from us. The Broch have the rught to feel aggreived as several big decisions went against them. But at the end of the day that's football.