2nd: Heavy rain caused a lunchtime call-off for the planned trip to Buckie Thistle

6th: On the pitch it was a difficult evening for the Jags as they conceded ten goals at home to Brora Rangers with only Owen Loveland’s strike in return. The big news off the field was confirmation that North Caledonian League club Loch Ness FC had approached STFC about a potential merger although talks were at an early stage.

7th: Having earlier announced his decision to step down at the end of the season, Robert MacCormack confirmed that his time as manager of the Jags was over. The club would like to wish Robert all the best for the future and thank him for his dedication and hard work in trying to make this a success. If all the work Rob put in had been mirrored on the park, we would have been a top six club this season!

9th: A hard-fought home game against Keith ended in a 2-1 defeat for the Jags, Michael McKenzie scoring the hosts’ goal to equalise just before the hour mark. 

Going very close against Keith

13th: After two call-offs earlier in the season, Wick Academy finally made the trip to Seafield Park and will be glad that they did, a 6-1 victory making their long journey home worthwhile. Owen Loveland scored the Jags goal from the penalty spot.

16th: A long-awaited second win of the season for the Jags and also a second against Deveronvale as second-half goals from Michael McKenzie, Owen Loveland and Ross Logan earned a fine victory in Banff which marked the final game in charge for the home side’s manager Craig Stewart.

18th: Local newspaper reports confirmed the end of exploratory talks between the club and Loch Ness FC of the North Caledonian League over a potential merger.

23rd: Second-bottom Inverness Clachnacuddin were the visitors to Seafield Park and the gap between the two teams was cut to seven points by the final whistle as goals from Ian Ross and Daniel Whitehorn, sandwiched by a penalty for the visitors, made it two wins on the spin for the Jags and put them into double figures for points for the season. Young goalkeeper Ethan Rae continues to attract praise for his displays between the posts.

30th: The Jags couldn’t make it three wins on the spin although a 4-0 defeat against Nairn County at Seafield Park was harsh on the home side.

*****************Remaining Matches This Season***********************

Wednesday 3rd April: (A) versus Buckie Thistle

Saturday 6th April: (A) versus Turriff United

Saturday 13th April: (H) versus Fraserburgh

Wednesday 17th April: (H) versus Buckie Thistle

Saturday 20th April: (A) versus Fraserburgh

As the season begins drawing to a close, a big thank-you once again to everyone who helped the club by sponsoring a pitch-side advertising board.

Montage of the current crop of pitch side advertising boards


(up until the 31st March 2024) Records kept by Club Historian – Rob Clark

Players Name              (Goal scored in brackets)LeagueNOS CupScot CupLeague CupTOTAL
James Kendall (GK) 1 S2   01 /02
 Jack Gilliland12 S11  1S1S 12/13
 Caelan Mutch17 / S11 1S 1S 1 1S18//14
 James McShane19 /S3 1223/S03
 Taylor Sutherland17 / S9   17/09
 Jack Davison (9)28 S1 132/01
 Jack MacKay (1)25 S3 1229/S03
 Michael McKenzie (8)24 S1 1 128/01
Ross Logan (3)28/ S2S1
Iain Ross (2)12 S11S1  14/12
 Owen Loveland (5)17 S10 1 S219/12
 William UrquhartS 3   S00/04
 Joe Cuthbert7 S14 S1S108/16
 Alan Kerr24 / S528/05
 Seamus McConaghyS10 1  S201/12
 Ben Bremner (GK)S1   00/01
 Callum Ligertwood (GK) 3 S4  S1 104/05
 Owen Paterson (2)27 131
Robbie Flett (GK)01/S5   01/05
 Steve Martin (GK)9 / S2 11 / 02
 Cairn Giles1 S3  1S 01/04
 Liam Grant3 S7 106/07
Ruaridhri Nicol (GK)5 S21  06/02
Daniel Whitehorn (1)7 S5S11109/06
James McLarenS1   00/01
 Kane Davies (1)10 S8  1 11/08
 Jordan Shaw S2   00/02
Liam Shewan (2)7

Gullermo Perez LopezS2

Eathan Rae (GK)10 / S2

Ewan Neil12

Zef UbychS1

John McLeod01/S2

Chris GrahamS1

Scott MacDonaldS3

Juna Manuel CardonaS1

Lerlah HayS1

Kit Fletcher (GK)S1


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