CLUB NEWS

Blue Toon back on the training pitch tomorrow

Peterhead may have a free weekend in terms of games however manager Jim McInally will have the players working hard tomorrow on the training pitch in a bid to find the spark that was missing in Tuesday night's 2-0 defeat from Clyde. Jim said: "We played well for 75%...

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Jim McInally – We did not do enough to score

Peterhead manager Jim McInally was disappointed that his side did not turn possession into goals in their 2-0 defeat from Clyde at Balmoor. The Blue Toon looked the more likely side to make a breakthrough for the first hour however after Craig Howie blasted the Bully...

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Peterhead 0 Clyde 2

Peterhead 0 Clyde 2 Peterhead were the better side against visitors Clyde for an hour of their match however the game turned on a wonder-strike from the visiting Craig Howie and the Bully Wee ended up with a 2-0 win after Ross Cunningham added a well-taken second....

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Isaac Layne heads to Dumbarton on loan

Isaac Layne heads to Dumbarton on loan

Peterhead striker Isaac Layne has re-joined SPFL League 1 side Dumbarton on loan until the end of the season. The 25 year old former Alloa, Brechin City and Stranraer front-man netted nine times for the Sons last season and Balmoor manager Jim McInally brought him...

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Peterhead v Clyde

Peterhead v Clyde

Peterhead have risen into the top half of the table with two wins from two games since League 1 resumed however manager Jim McInally is adopting a safety-first approach when Clyde come calling tonight. Jim said: “We have done well to defeat Airdrie and Dumbarton since...

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Ben Armour – That was the best goal I have ever scored

Ben Armour – That was the best goal I have ever scored

Ben Armour reckons that his goal in Saturday’s 1-0 win at Dumbarton was the best goal he has scored as a professional footballer.  Armour accepted a racking pass from Hamish Ritchie nine minutes into the second half on the left wing and he cut past Ryan McGeever...

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Alan Cook to go for scan

Alan Cook to go for scan

Peterhead's 'Mr Versatile' Alan Cook is to be sent for a scan on a knee injury that is showing no signs of clearing up. The 28 year old who joined the Blue Toon from Stenhousemuir in January 2020 has made 20 appearances for Jim McInally's side with his versatility...

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Plenty of effort, but lack of spark – Jim McInally

Peterhead manager Jim McInally was disappointed that the Blue Toon failed to ‘spark’ as they exited the Scottish Cup on Tuesday night.  Stenhousemuir won 1-0 at Balmoor thanks to a goal from Mark McGuigan on 18 minutes and whilst Peterhead created several chances...

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