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Ross joins Deveronside  - 18/8/17
Following his recent transfer request, an agreement has been reached whereby Nathan Ross will join Deveronside. We wish Nathan success in his move and also wish Side a successful season.
 

Formartine 4-4 Vale  - 12/8/17

North Lodge Park was the place to be for entertainment this weekend. Eight goals were shared between hosts Formartine United and Deveronvale, a point a piece in the end being just about right.

Scorers for Steve Dolan's side were Dane Ballard and Grant Noble who both netted braces.

Noble's first was a penalty to put the Banffers into the lead before Dane Ballard doubled their advantage ahead of the half-time interval and although the homeside pulled one back shortly after the interval Dane Ballard restored the Vale's two goal advantage during a goal flurry soon after.

A late double from Scott Barbour earned Kris Hunter's big-spenders a point after Graeme Rodger and Grant Noble had kept the goals coming at humid Pitmedden.

Speaking after the game a smiling Vale boss Dolan said "delighted with performance just a pity we couldn't see it through. But boys have been tremendous, they're a great bunch of lads who's workrate is first class. I feel we are a better footballing team than people give us credit for but we have to keep it going and prove the point".

 

Vale 3-1 Wick  - 7/8/17
Vale picked up their first points of the season with a timely although late win over visitors Wick Academy. Trailing to Sam Mackay's first-half opener Matty Wallace finished off a fine run into the danger area from Ross Aitken to level the match and set-up an exciting finish to the thus far rather low-key affair. With the fans looking at their watches wondering how much time would be added for a couple of lengthy injury stoppages Chris Blackhall crashed in second for the Banff club while substitute Robert Scott got in on the act seven minutes into time added on with a third to cement a morale booster for the young side. Next up is a trip to Pitmedden for Steve Dolan's troops when they take on big-spending Formartine this weekend.
 

Nairn 3-0 Vale  - 3/8/17
Vale lost for the second time in four days when they crashed to a three nil defeat at Station Park, Nairn last night. It hasn't been the start Steve Dolan had hoped for as he watched his young side trail by a single goal at the interval and things went from bad to worse when keeper Grant Pennet was red carded for a unfortunate collision outside his box with Dylan Mackenzie. Youngster Craig Sutherland took over between the sticks and soon found himself picking the ball out of the net as the Wee County took full advantage of the extra man with Ramsay steering a low strike out of the reach of Sutherland. Ross Elder hit the post before Adam Naismith's second yellow evened things up on the head count. Vale fought valiantly but County increased their lead and completed the scoring with twelve minutes remaining when Mackenzie followed up after a parried strike landed kindly at his feet.
 

Vale 3-4 Turriff United  - 29/7/17

Turriff picked up the three points in a seven goal thriller at Princess Royal Park but it was close-fought derby fixture which could have gone either way.

 
Vale opened the scoring when Grant Noble converted a penalty after Lewis Dunbar was fouled. Scott Miller equalised soon after before Noble netted once more from the spot following an infringement during Shaun Carroll's inswing corner.
 
David Ross equalised soon after before Scott Miller put the visitors ahead ahead of the interval.
 
Former Lossie striker Miller completed his hat-trick on the hour mark before Chris Blackhall pulled one back to set up a tense finish but Steve Dolan's side couldn't conjure up a late and perhaps deserved equaliser Deveronvale - Turriff United

Next up for the Banffers is a trip to Nairn on Wednesday evening.

 

 

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