Stewart’s looking up – Nairn 1 – Buckie 2

Buckie Thistle haven’t hit their heights yet – that was the verdict of Jags’ manager Graeme Stewart after his side claimed a vital three points away at Nairn County on Saturday and a third consecutive league win. Strikes from Jay Cheyne and Chris Hegarty on 30 and 65 minutes respectively cancelled out a goal in […]

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Jags Sign Jamie Fraser

The Jags have signed Jamie Fraser on a 1 year contract. Jags Manager Graeme Stewart made the following comment on the new signing: “We are delighted that Jamie Fraser has agreed to join the club on a one year contract. Jamie, the brother of Kevin Fraser, plays in midfield or upfront and will provide more […]

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MacRae Bares All

BARE-chested Iain MacRae’s magic moment secured three points for Buckie Thistle in thrilling fashion against Clach. The defender headed a last-gasp winner to clinch a dramatic 3-2 win on Saturday. It prompted an emotional celebration which saw the defender whip off his shirt and slide on his knees in front of the Buckie fans. It […]

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P1 – P4 4 v 4 Football Festival

Buckie Thistle Football Club have invited BTFD Primary Section (P1 to P4) to a 4 v 4 Football Festival On Victoria Park before the Buckie Thistle v Turriff    United match – Sat 12th September from 12.30-2pm. Free entry to all Kids taking part after the festival to the Big Match which includes crisps & juice. Come […]

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MacKinnon Speaks Out – Our Season Starts Here

Assistant boss Lewis Mackinnon admits Saturday’s win over Fraserburgh was “massive”. “We have been saying for the last few weeks before games, ‘Our season starts here’, but it was crunch time on Saturday.” After four straight defeats in league and cup, the Jags desperately needed a win. “It was a good performance from the lads […]

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Manager Reviews the Match

Buckie Thistle boss Graeme Stewart insists the win over Fraserburgh is a “monkey off our back”. After four straight defeats in league and cup, Stewart admitted he was worried when the Jags fell behind at Bellslea with 20 minutes remaining. However, goals from Kevin Fraser and Shaun Carrol, who kept his nerve to convert a […]

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