DON’T GO BRECHIN MY HEART

HOME GAME v BRECHIN CITY FC
BREEDON HIGHLAND LEAGUE – SEAFIELD PARK, GRANTOWN 
SATURDAY 3 SEPTEMBER – KO 3PM

This week we welcome for the second time Brechin City FC to Grantown. After the hooplah of the Harleys, we hope that getting to Seafield Park will be a lot easier this week especially for the fans who travel by car as there should be enough parking around the town!
As current leaders Brechin will be keen to continue their 100% league record but The Jags, again, looked more promising against Wick Academy last week so as we always say….you never know in football…

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Last week we were very, very unlucky to not come away with at least a draw from an entertaining encounter at Seafield Park against Wick Academy FC in a Breedon Highland League match. Speaking to one of the Wick committee after the game he agreed that we were deserving of the draw.

The sun shone for the Wick Academy game last Saturday

It was a beautiful warm and sunny day – in fact there were water breaks..and that doesn’t happen a lot in the Highland League!!
Both teams had chances in the first half with the Wick keeper Graeme Williamson making two phenomenal saves early on. It remained 0-0 at half time, but in the 50th minute Liam Taylor headed home a delightful Darren Brew cross to give the Jags a 1 -0 deserved lead. 
After the hour mark Wick gained more control of the game and equalised in the 79th minute but The Jags again had at least two golden chances to take the lead but both shots failed to find the target. Heart break occurred in the 90+1st minute when Wick took the lead and by doing so won all three points…a very disappointing outcome for Jags fans.


We also welcomed to Seafield Park the Essex branch of the Strathspey Thistle Supporters Club, John McManus and Jack Hannah – we hope they enjoyed their weekend.

John and Jack with STFC Committee man Graeme Stuart

And congratulations go to our left back local Grantown lad Liam Grant for his MOTM Award.


DIARY DATE

Saturday 17 September – Scottish Cup 1st Round. 
We welcome to Seafield Park the management, team and supporters of Camelon Juniors FC  from East of Scotland League Division One.


£5000 Jackpot

As i normally do I mention winning the Club Lottery jackpot by playing online here – this week you may win £5000…….


JAGS PLAYER’S PROFILE

21. Joe Cuthbert

JagsWeb would like to thank Joe Cuthbert for being first, in what I hope to be a regular “get to know the players” type of thing : I hope all the Jags fans enjoy them!

Joe Cuthbert

PLACE OF BIRTH
Inverness Scotland

SCHOOL(S) AND WHERE YOU GREW UP
Grew up in the Hilton area of Inverness, attended Hilton Primary School before progressing onto the Inverness Royal Academy

FIRST FOOTBALL MEMORIES
Playing for local team Milton Athletic at age around five and watching games on TV with my Dad.

THE TEAM(S) I SUPPORT
Rangers and Man Utd – also like to see Caley doing well

MY FOOTBALL HISTORY – TEAM(S) HONOURS ETC
Caley Youth then moving to Clach Youth and Nairn Youth – Progressing to Nairn County first team before signing for Strathspey.

BIGGEST INFLUENCE IN FOOTBALL CAREER
My Dad taught me and coached me a lot.

FAVOURITE PLAYER EVER
Wayne Rooney, Paul Scholes, Barry Ferguson, Ronaldo

BEST FOOTBALLING MOMENT EVER
There’s a few……Scotland qualifying for the Euros probably tops it.

BEST FOOTBALLING MOMENT IN YOUR CAREER.
Had a fair few good memories through youth football – winning a few things. Yet to have a real standout moment although Highland League debut was a good moment.

FAVOURITE FILM
Wolf of Wall Street, Home Alone

FAVOURITE MUSIC/BAND:
Liam McDade on the bus home from away games

A SURPRISING FACT ABOUT YOU
They’re aren’t many things that people don’t know about me – I wear football boots a half size too small!


Thanks Joe – See you next week Jagsfans.

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