Peterhead v Montrose
Ladbrokes SPFL League 1
Borough Briggs Stadium, Peterhead
Saturday 16th November 2019
Kick Off: 3.00m
League 1 Table 2019/20
Scott Hynd (Forward)
Scott, at only 15 years and 260 days, made his first team debut for Alloa against Albion Rovers in April 2013. Coming off the bench he became the youngest player to play for The Wasps in the Scottish Football League, and at Gayfield the following week the striker scored the winning goal and became the youngest player to have scored in the league for the Recreation Park side. Last season Scott scored 19 goals for Jack Ross’s Development Squad and has bagged 5 goals in only 3 games this term. The 19 year old has also made it onto the first team bench 4 times this year.
David Mckay (Defender)
David hugely impressed The Rovers management team in the 2014-15 season, both in Development matches, as a trialist and in training. Released last summer by Hibernian after 4 years on their books as a youth player, the 18 year old defender shone out as an excellent prospect in the U20’s and was subsequently offered a two-year apprenticeship in March this year.
Callum MacDonald (Defender)
Experienced centre half MacDonald has signed a one year deal following 3 impressive displays as a trialist which included a vital headed goal against Annan Athletic at the weekend. The 33 year old has been out of the game for the last few years recovering from a cruciate ligament injury.Starting his career with Dundee in 2001, Callum played over 70 games for the Dark Blues but was unable to remain a regular figure and spent some time out on loan to Peterhead. In 2006, he signed a permanent deal with Iain Stewart’s Blue Toon, making over 120 appearances and establishing himself as a leader, before suffering a cruel knee injury in training in 2012.
Jonny Court (Forward)
Jonny progressed through the youth system at The Rovers before signing a two-year apprenticeship in 2014. He has since gained valuable experience during three loan spells including the first half of last season with the then League 2 side East Stirling, where he scored the SPFL’s 5,000th goal in their 2-0 win over Elgin City in October. The 20 year old striker was awarded the clubs Malcolm Szpera Award for Endeavour for 2015-16 and has extended his contract at Stark’s Park until May next year.