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Mechanics 4 - Fort William 3
The Cans hit real form in this September 18th fixture, racing into a 3 goal lead and then withstanding a Fort William fight back to come out winners in a seven goal thriller. Goalscorers for the home team were Craig Dryburgh and Shane Cameron with a brace apiece. Craig scored for the second week in succession from a free-kick and Shane's debut could not have gone much better. There were good performances, though, right across the team.
Mechanics 1 - Fort William 14
A heavy defeat of the U15s at the hands of Fort William in this September 18th fixture at Roysvale. The boys played well going forward at times with some strong running in midfield by Robert Oliphant and a well taken goal from Aiden Mackay. But they need to learn how to defend effectively or it is going to be a long season.
Forres Mechanics made it two wins in a row with the defeat of Fort William at Mosset Park with Kyle Scott named yet again in the starting line-up and also found his name on the scoresheet after only 3 minutes with a header from a free-kick. Lee Fraser then doubled the home sides lead with another header, but this time from a corner, and just before half-time John Cameron make it three for the Cans with a overhead kick and take the Cans into a comfortable half-time lead. Forres then made sure of the points and also remain underfeated in their last five league games when Cameron netted his second of the match after 76 mins. FT - Forres 4 Fort William 0.
Forres Mechanics came away from a wet Grantown with a first away league win of the season after a 3-1 win which also ended being a double celebration for the club with captain Graeme Grant making his 400th appearance for the club. The first talking point came even before a ball was kicked when Kyle Scott was named as a surprised trialist in the starting eleven and straight away he was involved in the attacking play which also lead to Lee Fraser scoring after 30mins. Kyle was again involved in the second goal when a Simon Allan corner was headed back across the goal for Soane to nod the ball in from yards out to put the Cans into a two goal half-time lead. Strathspey pulled a goal back at the start of the 2nd half after the Cans defence failed to clear the ball and Edwards slid in at the back post to pull his side back into the game. This however was short lived when the Cans again pulled clear when Soane again scored with yet another header to ensure the Cans went home with all three away league points. FT Strathspey 1 Forres 3
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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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