Club News - First Team
|Breedon Highland League Cup draw - 13/2/17|
|The draws for the quarter finals and semi finals of this season's Breedon Highland League Cup were made this afternoon and resulted in the following ties: Quarter Finals 1.Deveronvale or Nairn County v Turriff United 2.Rothes or Formartine United v Clachnacuddin or Fort William 3.Huntly v Brora Rangers 4.Forres Mechanics v Cove Rangers Quarter Final Ties will be played on Saturday 25th February 2017 Semi Finals 1.Winner of Quarter Final 1 v Winner of Quarter Final 2 2.Winner of Quarter Final 3 v Winner of Quarter Final 4 Semi Final Ties will be played on Saturday 11th March 2017 The Final will be played on Saturday 8th April 2017 at a venue to be determined after completion of the semi Finals.|
|Nairn County GAME OFF - 11/2/17|
|Today's Breedons Highland League cup tie v Nairn County has been postponed due to a waterlogged pitch. It will now be rescheduled for next Saturday, 18th February.|
|Vale 1-2 Broch - 4/2/17|
Vale lost out to local rivals Fraserburgh in a drab affair at PRP with Gary Harris and Ryan Christie netting for the visitors. Sponsors man of the match Graeme Watt scored a contender for goal of the season for the Banff club but unfortunately it wasn't enough to grab a share of the spoils.
|Vale Strengthen Squad - 4/2/17|
|Deveronvale are pleased to announce the signing of Dan Smith from Rothes. Hopefully the paperwork will be processed in time for the 24 year old Aberdeen based midfielder to go straight into today's squad for the game against Fraserburgh.|
|Management Contracts Extended - 30/1/17|
|Deveronvale are very pleased to announce that two year extensions to their contracts have been agreed with Manager Steve Dolan and his team, taking their contracts through to June 2020.
Chairman Jim Mair said “the Club is going through a difficult period and very much needs stability and continuity on the management side following a couple of years which have seen significant changes in our playing personnel and some serious injury problems. Having Dippy, Chiz, Craiger and James, who are all ex-Vale players of standing, will, we believe, give us the right basis for moving the Club forward in the medium term and the Board are confident that they are the right guys to drive this objective.”
Steve Dolan said “the management team are Vale through and through and, whilst we face a significant challenge, we are determined and motivated to get the Club back up the SHFL” .