Tuesday 6 July 2021 – Seafield Park

The Jags put up a very commendable performance in what was new manager Charlie Brown’s first home game.
Elgin brought their full first team squad and went ahead early on in the first half, but James McShane levelled just before half time. City had the bulk of the pressure in the second half but we looked dangerous on the break. Elgin scored their second late on in the second half.
Final Score Strathspey Thistle 1 – Elgin City 2

New manager Charlie Brown puts the squad through their pre-game routine
Action during an early Elgin City attack
James McShane (on ground) heads in the Jags first home goal of the season
Charlie Brown and Assistant Coach Robbie Flett keep an eye on proceedings from the dug out
Player/Coach Kris Duncan commands the Elgin City players attention

The game was played behind closed doors with only management and committee in attendance – due to the current co-vid circumstances – hopefully all the fans will be back very soon.
The Breedon Highland League is scheduled to start on Saturday 24 July – when we are away to Huntly FC, with our first home League fixture the following Saturday, 31 July, when we welcome Wick Academy FC to Seafield Park.

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