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Forres Mechanics came away from Banff today with all three league points with a victory against Deveronvale. . A goal in each half from Lee Fraser and Simon Allan penalty was enough to secure the points, even after going down to 10 players after Groat was shown a red card for his 2nd yellow. F/T -Deveronavle 0 Forres 2
Forres Mechanics hit Nairn County for seven in our Highland League fixture tonight at Mosset Park . Lee Fraser hit a hat-trick while the Cans racked up one of the biggest margins in years against our local rivals. Craig McGovern started the rout followed by a Soane double and another from Andrew Macrae completed the scoreline. F/T - Forres 7 Nairn 1
Sunday, March 19th
Buckie 1 - Forres Mechanics 8
The Cans' babes delivered a real thrashing to a stuffy Buckie outfit in this latest away game. There were excellent performances around the team. With Cameron Watt and Lewis McIntosh dominating in midfield, the goals began to flow and were shared by Sam Janousek, Callum Clark (2) and Logan de Oliviera who was in rampant form bagging no fewer than four. The other strike was a Buckie own goal.
Sunday March 19th
Forres Mechanics 4 Dingwall 5
After yet another tremendous fightback, the Cans came up short in this latest thrilling encounter at Roysvale. The game ended in defeat, but every Forres player gave his all - and Dingwall a real fright. After all, this was the team which had pretty well thrashed the Cans back in November, yet it was the Easter Ross outfit which was hanging on desperately at the end. Our boys have made giant strides in the interim. The goalscoring was shared by Robert Oliphant, Connor Anderson, Neil Owen and Callum Kerrigan.
It's a pity the season is approaching its close. The lads are playing with a real confidence and not a little skill. Those twice weekly trips to Nairn to access decent training facilities are draining for players, coaches and parents and it is unacceptable that we are forced to go to another town for four months to train. But the commitment and hard work are delivering on the field.
Forres Mechanics came back from two goals behind and take all league points back to Mosset Park. Forres did take the lead after 26 mins through Pollock but then lost two goals before half-time when MacKenzie and Booth gave the home club the half-time lead. Turriff then went further ahead when Wood scored just after the hour mark but Forres pulled a goal back three minutes later from Lee Fraser. Stuart Soane then pulled the Cans level and Alan Pollock hit the winner three minutes from the end to cap another amazing comeback. F/T- Turriff Utd 3 Forres 4.
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Forres Mechanics have a long and proud history stretching back to 1884. During this time the club have won a number of trophies, the majority being cup success. Recent success has seen silverware at Mosset Park three seasons in a row culminating in being the 2011-12 Highland League Champions.
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