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Steven Mackay won't rest on his cup laurels

HIGHLAND: Steven Mackay's two goals helped Nairn County end a 47-year wait for Highland League Cup glory with a 4-0 win over Fraserburgh, but he's still keen to finish the league season on a high.

Nairn win first League Cup for 47 years

STEVEN Mackay was the stand-out performer as Nairn County ended a 47-year wait to win the Fosters Highland League Cup by sweeping aside Fraserburgh 4-0.

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Highland: Willie West strikes to keep Fraserburgh cup dream afloat

WILLIE West aims to keep his feet firmly on the ground after booking Fraserburgh's third Fosters Highland League Cup final spot in six years.

Highland: Mark Chisholm plays lead part

SKIPPER Mark Chisholm played a decisive role in Deveronvale's 2-1 win at Brora, which sees them tucked in a point behind Buckie at the top of the table with a game in hand.

Highland: Win to savour for Cowie

DEAN Cowie is set to bid a fond farewell to Turriff United after playing his part in their 1-0 Highland League Cup win at league champions Buckie Thistle.

Highland: Danny Milne targets late title rally by Cove

DANNY Milne says Cove Rangers' title dream is still alive after scoring twice in their 3-1 win at champions Buckie Thistle, who dropped to second thanks to Keith's 5-2 win over Rothes.

Highland League: Ross Campbell's collector's item opens up title race

ROSS Campbell ended a five-year wait for a goal as Huntly blew the Highland League title race wide open.

Highland: Keith sound title warning

Form club Keith sounded a clear title warning as they romped to a 5-1 triumph over fellow championship challengers Inverurie Locos.

Highland league: Buckie draw boosts Keith

CHAMPIONS Buckie Thistle dropped two precious points at home to Forres Mechanics in a 1-1 draw as the tense title race took another twist.

Highland: Dave McKenzie heartened by draw

DAVE McKenzie saw Turriff lose their 100 per cent home record but took heart from the 2-2 draw with Cove Rangers.

Highland: Young foils Turriff charge

Paul Young fired Huntly's stoppage-time leveller to deny Turriff United the chance to go top of the Highland League.

Highland League: Urquhart boosts Clach

Clachnacuddin's Sam Urquhart dented Keith's title challenge with a sweet double to give the administration-hit Merkinch club a timely boost.

Highland League: Buckie bounce back

Champions Buckie Thistle bounced back from a 7-0 thrashing by Deveronvale to snatch back top spot with a 2-1 triumph over Inverurie Locos.

Highland: Graeme Watt's return gives Vale a lift

GRAEME Watt helped Dev-eronvale leap five places to seventh after coming off the bench to score with his first touch in his first game for four months, in a 2-1 win at Clach. Watt hit the 26th-minute opener after replacing concussed Gary McGowan.

Turriff 4 - 3 Huntly: Turriff ease into Highland lead

TURRIFF United stormed to the top of the Highland League after winning a remarkable seven-goal thriller against Huntly.

Highland League: Stuart Knight's shining armour keeps Cove at bay

STUART Knight went from spectator to Forres Mechanics saviour as Cove Rangers were humbled 3-2.

Highland League: Cove take out their title frustration on Lossie

COVE Rangers took revenge on the team who wrecked their title defence last season, thrashing Lossiemouth 5-1.

Craib helps Locos end wait

STEVEN Craib played his part as Inverurie Locos' ended an eight-year wait for a home result against Huntly, the young midfielder impressing in a 2-0 victory that effectively killed off the visitors' lingering title hopes.

Spartans push on

SPARTANS strengthened their grip on the Central Taxis Premier Division with a narrow 2-1 victory against third-placed Tynecastle with second-half goals from Robbie Manson and Keith McLeod, while former Dundee player Eddie Mearns scored a late consolation.

Jamie Buchan shows his class as Cove share top spot

JAMIE Buchan was pleased to see Cove Rangers finally given the chance to shake off their Scottish Cup hangover as they thumped Formartine 4-1.

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