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Forres Mechanics came back from 2-1 to force a draw against Clach on Saturday at Mosset Park. Forres did take the lead when a Soane diving header was enough to seperate the sides at half-time. Clach came back into the game on the hour mark when Lawrie took advantage of a defensive mix-up from the home side and then went into the lead six minutes later through Ian Penwright. Ten minutes later the Cans were back on level terms when a Soane header found the back of the net and the ensure the Cans for the second game in a row end as a draw. FT - Forres 2 Clach 2
In their September 11th fixture, a stuffy U13s team held out for 30 minutes against DO Soccer but tired and eventually went down 0-8 at home.
In their September 11th fixture, the U15s made the long journey to Balintore on the Easter Ross seaboard and went down 1-10 to a fine DO Soccer side. The score-line does a disservice to the Forres boys who buckled down and produced some fine football. But it was just not to be their day - even the goal was an o.g.!
In their September 11th fixture, the U17s went down to Lossie after taking an early lead from a well worked indirect kick, Kevin Johnston driving home the layback. Lossie then took control in midfield and went 3-1 up with only a fine Jamie Brown penalty save preventing further damage. The Cans were given brief hope of a fightback when Craig Dryburgh bent home a beautiful free-kick from 25 yards, but a Lossie penalty clinched things for the home side with ten minutes left.
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This opening fixture of the season on August 21st saw heartbreak for a battling Cans' side as they went down to a late strike in a nine-goal thriller at Cromdale. There were great performances all around the park, much to the appreciation of the large travelling support. Scorers for Forres were Callum Kerrigan (2), Jack Johnston and Neil Owen.
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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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