For the first time, Police Scotland is asking for views on how the national police force engages with Scottish football supporters, and the wider public, about football policing.
Turriff United or Greenock Morton have been drawn to play Dundee in the Scottish Cup fifth round. The draw was made at Hampden Park by former Celtic goalkeeper Pat Bonner, Scottish FA President, Campbell Ogilvie, and Karen Denholm from William Hill at lunch time today. Turriff held Morton to a 1 -1 draw at The Haughs […]
Turriff United met Greenock Morton in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup at The Haughs this afternoon. Morton dominated the first half with a dozen or so shots on target compared to a brace for Turriff. The flow of the game changed after 30 minutes with Turriff gaining some possession. This built up with […]
The countdown has begun to the fourth round of the William Hill Scottish Cup ties this weekend. Turriff United will be playing the biggest game in the clubs history when they face first division Greenock Morton at The Haughs on Saturday. Morton make formidable opponents only being beaten once in the last 12 games in […]
Match report & pictures from the Nairn County Turriff United game with thanks to A Gurn from Nurn It was always the case that there would be a smaller crowd today and the gaps around asylum seekers’ hill were marked. The cup excitement is over but those that didn’t bother to come up to Station […]