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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. Match report to follow later......
Today's North of Scotland Cup tie with Inverness Clach is OFF because of a waterlogged park.
Todays Highland league Cup tie has been posponed again due to a waterlogged pitch. The game has been re-arranged for Tuesday night.
Forres Mechanics are delighted to announce the signing of 19 year old Allan MacPhee on a two year pre-contract from Inverness City. The attacking wide player joined City from Inverness Clach where he played for youth team from ages 11-16 and made the 1st team at 17. He then went out on loan to Inverness City and scored 13 goals in his 1st season. He has remained with City for the last few seasons and has scored 10 goals this season in his prefered position on left side of the wing. He is also a trainee personal trainer and will join up with the Cans in preparation for the 2017/18 season.
Todays Cup match with Cove Rangers has been called OFF due to a waterlogged pitch. We have no news yet when the fixture will be re-arranged.
Forres have been drawn at home to Clach in the 1st Round of the North Cup with the tie due to be played on the 22nd of April. The winners of that tie will be away to Halkirk Utd on the 29th of April.
Lee Fraser hit his 100th goal for the club as the Cans moved into the next round of the League Cup with a 5-2 win at Keith. It took only to the 1st minute when a Simon Allan free kick from the left was headed in by Lee Fraser who celebrated his 100 goals after 210 appearances for the club. Eight minutes the Cans were two in front after a Simon Allan corner was headed home from Ross McPherson. Just after the 23 mins Keith pulled a goal back from Barbour and the half ended with Forres just in front. The second half started like the first half with Forres yet again on the score sheet but this time through John Cameron and 15 mins later Cameron hit his 2nd from a powerful run and a perfect pass by Simon Allan. After 72 mins Keith pulled another back from Hale but on the 90th minutes they scored again but this time in their own net to put Forres into the next round of the cup against Buckie Thistle. F/T - Keith 2 Forres 5.
Forres Mechanics made it three league victories in a row, with a midweek win at home to Strathspey Thistle on Wednesday night with 1st half goals from Cameron and McGovern were enough to seal all three points. Forres also travelled to Fort William on Saturday and came away with a victory while also getting on the score sheet six times. Alan Pollock opened his account for the club with a goal after 42 mins after the home side had taken the lead through Stark. Stuart Soane then put the Cans ahead with a goal bang on half-time. In the 2nd half the home side were back in the game with a penalty from Davidson just before the hour mark, but Lee Fraser hit back with his 98th and 99th goals for the club to put the Cans firmly in the lead. Further goals from John Cameron and Ross McPherson capped off a great day all round for the club. F/T - Forres 2 Strathspey Thistle 0 & F/T Fort William 2 Forres 6.
Todays match has been called off due to a waterlogged park.
We love a bit of history here at Cancans HQ.
This is an original North of Scotland Cup winners medal won by A. Baigrie in March 1927, rght in the middle of a quite remarkable period in the history of the club.
The medal, framed by Theresa Lyden has just been presented to the club by lifelong Cancans fan Mike Gowers. It was spotted by Paul Wilson and Mike secured a bid to buy it with a group of fellow supporters chipping in. The medal will take pride of place in the trophy cabinet at Mosset Park
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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.
League Champions 2011-12
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