Under 15 Squad 2016/17

U15 2016 17

Under 15s Coaches and Players 2016/17:  Coach Dave McCartney, Steven Sim, Tyler Frisken, Jamie Paterson, Connor Anderson, Aiden Mackay, Adam Thompson, Rory Gerrie, Jack Christie, Cameron Nicol, Callum Souter, Dominic Abbate, Jack Johnston, Robert Oliphant, Neil Owen, Ibrahim Ker, Shay Ewing, Coach Stuart Quilter, Callum Kerrigan, Logan Stalker.

Friday, 10 March 2017 19:10

New Sponsor

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Many thanks to our latest sponsor - Keith Builders Merchants.

Thursday, 08 December 2016 12:09

Fun Day at Mosset Park

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Whilst the Big Team was going down bravely at Stenhousemuir in the Scottish Cup, Cans' stars of the future were showing off their skills at Mosset Park.  The youngsters demonstrated their technique using new equipment and showed off their new training kit - all sponsored by Tesco Forres.  The lads (and their parents and supporters) then tucked into some healthy options provided by the Tesco Food Hall.  A raffle for Youth Development Funds raised over £200.

Wednesday, 02 November 2016 14:37

Youth Development Sponsors Update

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This season, with Youth Development not being in a position to receive any SFA funding, we are tremendously grateful to the individuals and businesses who have stepped into the breach to support us with cash and donations. Without their contributions, the Youth teams could not have played. Our supporters (so far . . .) are: Ann Ewing - SjA Mobile Hairdressing Clear Pharmacy Forres Angling Association G Nicol Plumbing Hair 2 Go Highland Health and Beauty Ian Wood Moray Estates Mosset Tavern Murray McLennan Engineering North58 Sea Adventures Planet BBK - Darren Thomson Rowlands Pharmacy Sheriffmill Motor Co. Solo Hair Tesco (Forres) TSB Forres
Sunday, 02 October 2016 22:19

Cans Victorious!

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Forres Mechanics 2  Buckie Thistle 1


The U15s recorded their first victory of the season in this October 2nd fixture and played some great football in the process, much to the delight of their enthusiastic support.  The win was more comfortable than the score-line suggests with the Cans displaying great energy and not a little skill all around the pitch. Shay Ewing and Dom Abbate were on target for the home side with the Buckie counter coming from what can only be described as a very dubious penalty. The win has taken some time but the lads should now kick on with confidence and display the real talent which lies in the team.

Sunday, 25 September 2016 21:36

Signs of Improvement

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Dingwall 8 - Forres Mechanics 0


A heavy defeat away in this September 25th encounter at Victoria Park but a vastly improved performance by the Cans.  The lads played some excellent passing football and Robert Oliphant was unlucky enough to hit woodwork twice.  That elusive win looms larger.


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