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    Lee Fraser

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    Full Name: Lee Fraser
    Team Forres Mechanics
    Debut :

    2nd of October 2010 - HFL - Forres 3 Cove Rangers 2

     

    Position :FOR

    DOB - 09.03.93

     

    Tall, imposing striker who started to find the net on a regular basis as soon as he arrived at the club at the start of 2010/11.  Like his twin, Graham, he looks destined for a higher level of football, but all at Mosset Park are delighted that both Frasers have signed long term deals at the club.  Up at the top of the League’s goal-scoring charts after he had just returned from a hamstring injury at the turn of the 2011/12, only to suffer a broken kneecap in a freak training accident which ruled him out for the remainder of that season and most of 2012/13.  Now back to full match fitness with 39 games and 17 goals from last season shows he is back to his best.  

     

    Appearances and goals

    2010/11 - 29 games 10 goals

    2011/12 - 23 games 18 goals

    2012/13 - 16 games 7 goals

    2013/14 - 37 games 13 goals

    2014/15 - 33 games 17 goals

    2015/16 - 39 games 17 goals

     

    Total as at 1st of July 2016 - 177 games/82 goals

     

    Career Milestones

    First goal 16th of October 2010 - HFL - Forres 5 Brora Rangers 3

    50th goal - 23rd of August 2014 - HFL - Keith 1 Forres 3

    1st hat-trick - 15th of October 2014 - HFL - Forres 4 Fort William 1

     

    100th game - 29th of March 2014 - HFL - Forres 4 Deveronvale 1

    Days of Old

    Forres have had many notable players over the years. In 1910/11 a Forres side featuring "Suff" Nicol, a player who had signed from Forres to play two seasons with Hearts and now had returned to Mosset Park achieve an enviable record. The team played Elgin four times in eight weeks, each in a different cup, winning each game. In the early 1920's names such as 'Chatter' Taylor and 'Doodle' Dickie attracted much interest as well as scoring many goals and regular pics for Highland select teams.

    Player Success

    The very successful team in the late 40's to mid 50's features names like Wisniewski, Kinloch and MacIntosh. A number of glamour ties during this time against the like of Motherwell, Clyde and Celtic attracted attention. Robert Kinloch was signed by Hibs and James MacIntosh by Falkirk. MacIntosh went on to play for Scotland under 23's against Holland and England. To date the only Forres Player to have been capped for Scotland.