Dis­ap­point­ing day at the of­fice for Fort Wil­liam

The Oban Times - - Sport -

THERE was an­other dis­ap­point­ing re­sult for Fort Wil­liam at the week­end as they lost 5-2 at home to Huntly.

The home side again paid the price for not tak­ing some of their many chances at Satur­day’s match.

Ex-Nairn County player Rob­bie Dun­can­son was the star man for the vis­i­tors help­ing him­self to four goals.

Fort’s cause was not helped by the dis­missal of keeper David Harrison who was re­placed by vet­eran Jimmy Pater­son be­fore Ross Still got the fifth.

Fort’s top scorer Scot­tie David­son then fired home two ‘stun­ners’ to take his tally for the sea­son so far to an im­pres­sive 10.

Next up is a trip to In­verurie Lo­cos, fol­lowed by vis­its to Brora Rangers and Fraser­burgh, be­fore the Fort’s next home game against Buckie Thistle on Satur­day De­cem­ber 3.

Fort Wil­liam’s un­der-17 team took on Oban Saints’ un­der-17s in a friendly match on the 3G pitch at Lochaber High School last Sun­day morn­ing.

The vis­i­tors im­pressed with a first class per­for­mance win­ning 3- 0 thanks to two goals from Daniel MacCuish and the other from Craig Eas­ton.

A sport­ing en­counter was well han­dled by ref­eree Deek Cameron.

The teams hope to or­gan­ise an­other game in Oban.

Photo: Iain Ferguson, The Write Im­age.

Fort scorer Scot­tie David­son pre­pares to put his first goal away un­hin­dered by Huntly’s Sean Croll.

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