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Maud JFC 2018-19

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Maud Junior Football Club are based in the Aberdeenshire village of Maud and play out of Maud Pleasure Park. Currently lying 11th in the North Region McBookie.com Super League after a slow start to the league season.

Past honours:


  • League 1 winners 2003-04
  • Grill Cup winners 2011-12
  • Superleague runners up 2014-15

Will be posting weekly updates on the clubs progress.

Any additional followers to our social media accounts is welcomed and greatly appreciated.

Website: http://www.maudjfc.co.uk

Twitter: @maud_jfc

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/maud-jfc/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/maud.juniorfc



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Some signing news from the manager!...

Maud would like to welcome Jack Walker on the left on loan from Buckie thistle and Mark Andrews goal keeper on the right

"Really happy to get both signings in before the Christmas break, they will bolster the squad for what will be a big second half of the season. Jack will come in and add both quality and energy to an already competitive midfield. Mark is someone I've had in my previous teams for a few years now, brings great experience and quality in both performance and training. Mark will provide back up to Rhys Fyfe and double up as a coach for both goalie and outfielders. Both good solid signings that will lift the squad"


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New Fixture Update.
Just got the first games of the New Year through and they are as follows;
5th Jan v Bridge of Don Thistle (A) - Superleague
12th Jan v Colony Park (A) - Superleague 
19th Jan v Montrose Roselea (H) - Superleague 
26th Jan v Nairn St Ninian (A) - McLemon Cup 1st Round

All Kick Offs 1.30pm

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Good to see a North Region club with a presence on here. Its  become almost exclusively a West Region site with a very diminished East input.

Keep it coming and hopefully a few other North fans will join in.

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Bridge of Don Thistle 4 - 0 Maud

McBookie North Superleague

5th January 2019

Maud: Fyfe, Whyte, Thornton, Clark, Lawson, Thomson, Ritchie, Conway, Chicken, Walker, Norris

Subs: Grant, Mackie, Andrews GK, Thomson, Robertson

Maud travelled to face inform Bridge of Don Thistle and Maud got off to the worst possible start with an own goal inside 2 minutes. Maud keeper got a let off when Muirhead chased down the keepers kick out and Muirhead put the ball wide with the goal gaping. At the other end a Thomson free kick went narrowly over the bar. Conway tested Stack after a neat turn inside the box but shot straight at the goalkeeper. The home side doubled their lead with a solo goal from Alexander. Muirhead netted a third with a clever lob from edge of the box. A Chicken cross from was met by Conway but his shot was deflected wide for a corner which was cleared by Simpson.

HT 3–0

Maud started the second half with Mackie replacing Walker giving Maud 2 up front. The away side started better with Thomson firing a free kick high from 20 yards. A good move involving Mackie and Norris on the wing and his cross was just too hard for Conway to get on the end of. Chicken sent on a dangerous cross for Whyte to head over. From a corner Lawson failed to get his header on target. Cromar came close to adding number 4 but his shot rattled the post. Alexander completed the scoring with an easy goal coming from a long throw in by Taylor. This was a tough game and too many errors from the away side let them down. Maud would like to wish striker Ryan Smart a speedy recovery after a bad fall in training landing him in Hospital with a bad head injury.


Edited by ScottL90

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To be honest I haven't been to a game yet. I've only started helping out with the social media side of things. I believe most attendances are around 50-150 people. There are a few teams based in Aberdeen City which get a bit of a larger crowd.

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Colony Park 4 - 2 Maud

McBookie North Superleague

12th January 2019

Maud: Fyfe, Whyte, Hall, Thornton, Crisp, Lawson, Thomson, Mackie, Chicken, Walker, Norris

Subs: Andrews GK, Thomson, Robertson, Ritchie, Fraser

Maud travelled to face Colony Park and Norris stung the hands of Colony keeper Farskin. Maud took the lead when a quick corner to Mackie and the striker curled it over Farskin. The home side got a break when Chicken raced away from 2 defenders and was hacked down by Davidson who only received a yellow card. Maud were then dealt a blow with Ritchie replacing Lawson after being carried off with suspected ligament damage. Colony drew level after Bonarius headed in from a Roddie cross. Mackie with a through ball to Norris who drove the ball along the six-yard box with no takers. The home side took the lead when a poor kick out fell to Ross who had an empty net to score. Break by Maud and Mackie played in Chicken but a poor first touch and the chance was gone.

HT 2–1

Maud started the second half with Fraser replacing the injured Chicken. Fyfe made a fine save from Bonarius. For a 15-minute spell Maud had the home side pinned in with shots by Norris, Ritchie and then Fraser forced a corner with a fingertip save by Farskin for a corner which came to nothing. Mackie held the ball up well and a quick turn and shot but straight at Farskin. A break by the home side netted their 3rd goal with Cochrane getting past Fyfe to tap in to an empty net. Fraser wasted a good chance then Hall fired over a free kick on the edge of the box. The home side got a 4th goal after a fine save by Fyfe Ross was on hand at the back post to score. Maud then got a second goal from Mackie with a fine turn inside the box and lash home. This was a disappointing score result after a good start to the game.

Maud next fixture is on Saturday 19 January Home v Montrose Roselea in the McBookie.com Superleague with a 1.30pm ko.

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