Player Records

Below are lists of player records pertaining to record appearances, goals scored and clean sheets kept.

The following players have played over 100 games for Formartine United in all competitions.


Stuart Smith (264 appearances)

Signed from Peterhead during the summer of 2011 on the recommendation of both Neale and Neil Cooper, Stuart has been Formartine's Mr. Consistency and has set a club appearance record since stepping up to the senior ranks. Stuart's consistency and achievements were rewarded with an Aberdeenshire Cup Winners Medal as well as club honours with Player's Player; Supporters Player and Committee's Player of the year accolades.

Stuart brings strength the left side of defence as he quietly and efficiently goes about his duties. Having started his career at Aberdeen, Stuart permanently signed for Peterhead in January 2009 following two loan spells from the Dons, establishing himself as the first-choice left back during his time at Balmoor, but has also provided cover in the centre of defence.

Stuart Anderson (238 appearances)

The former Southampton, Blackpool and Peterhead midfielder has extended his contract through to the summer of 2018. One of Steve Patterson's signings from Brechin City, the central midfield playmaker is sure to continue to be a major influence at North Lodge Park, having made 38 appearances in his first season in the Highland League, scoring 9 goals.

Graeme Rodger (230 appearances)

Another of the summer 2015 North Lodge revolution arrivals, joining from Highland League side Deveronvale on a three year deal. His efforts in Banff did not go unnoticed and was on the North Lodge radar for a while before signing. His performances have a never say die attitude, a combative midfielder that gives 100% everytime, a very useful addition to the squad. Was ever present throughout 2015-16 season making 43 appearances.

Garry Wood (178 appearances)

Signed in the summer of 2015 from Montrose, Garry started his career at Elgin City in 2004, making 24 appearances (1 goal scored), before joining Inverness Caledonian Thistle in 2006. Garry made his senior début in 2008 having been in the Youth team, scoring his first senior goal against Arbroath in the League Cup and his first SPL goal against Celtic the same year. Spent part of the season on loan at Montrose, scoring 11 goals in 28 appearances in the Third Division. After being released by Inverness in the summer of 2009, Gary had two seasons at Ross County, scoring 14 in 33 appearances before making a permanent move to Montrose in 2012 scoring a further 23 goals in 105 games for the Gable Endies. Also had a brief loan spell at Peterhead while at Dingwall.

Johnny Crawford (160 appearances)

Johnny started his career at Aberdeen, making his first team debut in 2009 against Hamilton Academical. A loan spell at Peterhead followed in 2010 where he made 14 appearances before an initial loan spell at Montrose led to a permanent move in 2010. Johnny established himself in the heart of the Gable Endies defence making 111 appearances and scoring 4 goals. A versatile player, equally comfortable at right back, centre half or midfield, his SPFL experience is sure to make him a valuable asset at North Lodge. Whilst at Pittodrie Jonathan was called in the Scotland under 19 squad. Signed a three year deal at North Lodge in the summer of 2015 and started the season forming a central defensive partnership with Craig McKeown.

Craig McKeown (155 appearances)

Craig returned to North Lodge in the summer of 2015 having gained a Highland League Championship medal with Brora Rangers during the second half of 2015-16 season. The Former club Captain has returned to the heart of the North lodge defence and will once again be a major influence within the Formartine team. In his previous three year spell Craig made 101 appearances and bagging 18 goals from set pieces utilising the skills he gained as a professional with Dundee, Dunfermline Athletic and Clyde. Having played junior football for Formartine, the Tarves lad came through the youth system at Dunfermline. He spent time on loan at Berwick Rangers and when he left the club he joined Clyde. He scored his first Clyde goal with the last kick of the season and was part of the best defence in the league the following year. With him at the heart of the defence Clyde only concededing 35 league goals.

During his final season with Clyde although he missed a lot of the season through injuries he still managed to make 18 appearances and score 3 goals. He signed a pre contract agreement with Dundee half way through the season and joined up with the club in the summer of 2008.

Further injury problems kept him out for a spell in his first year at Dens but after a short loan spell at Stirling Albion he has been a regular in the Dundee side where he formed a solid central defensive pairing with Rhys Weston which helped Dundee retain their 1st division status despite a 25 point deduction. Craig made 69 appearances for Dundee before leaving the club to join Formartine in 2012.

Conor Gethins (147 appearances)

Signed in the summer of 2016 from Nairn County where he scored 173 goals in 168 games over 5 years and was Highland League player of the Year in 2012-13. The Irishman started his career with his local side, Lifford Celtic, before moving to Ross County in 2001 where he made 60 appearances in 5 years, scoring 10 goals. Loan spells at Stirling Albion and Forfar Athletic followed before a permanent move to Finn Harps of the League of Ireland Premier Division in 2005 where he again showed his prolific scoring ability, netting 67 times in 115 appearances. His time back in Ireland also included a loan spell at Gallway United, before a return to Scotland and Peterhead in 2010 where he played 36 games, netting 6 times before his move to Nairn. Sure to be a major figure in Formartine's season.

Calum Dingwall (137 appearances)

Local lad from Pitmedden, he was signed by United in the summer of 2012 after two years with the Inverness Caledonian Thistle under 19's. Signed a contract extension in the summer of 2014 but was loaned out to Keith and returned to North Lodge at the start of 2015 after his successful loan spell where he scored 10 goals. He took a spell out of the game in season 2018-19 and was transfeered to neighbours Inverurie Locos in July 2019

Scott Barbour (131 appearances)

One of Kris Hunters first summer signings, having had the striker at former club Fraserburgh. The prolific goal scorer bagged 102 goals in his 158 Broch appearances over two spells. Scott has also played for Buchanhaven Hearts. "Fig" has twice been voted the Highland League Young Player of the year award, most recently in 2013. Scott has everything a forward needs, trickery, strength to hold off an opponent, pace and agility as well as an eye for goal.

Cammy Keith (103 appearances)

The striker was one of the big summer transfers in 2013 moving from Keith where he had played since he was 15, amassing 182 goals in 222 appearances. Cammy won one Highland League, two Highland League Cups, two Aberdeenshire Shields, two Highland League Player of the Year Awards, one Highland League Young Player of the Year award, three Highland League top scorer awards and playing and scoring for the Scotland semi-pro team in the four nation's tournament. All topped off by captaining the team this season and scoring the winning goal and lifting the trophy in the Highland League Cup final. Cammy has continued his prolific scoring record over the past couple of seasons at North Lodge scoring five hat-tricks and a double hat-trick against Huntly towards the end of the 2013-14 season.

Kieran Lawrence (100 appearances)

Current u20s Development player who broke into the first team with Liam Burnett after many fine performances in the Aberdeenshire League. Made his first team debut coming on as a substitute in our Scottish Cup replay against Banks o Dee on the 29th October 2016. Stong, powerful and committed striker who knows the way to goal and will provide many problems for opposition defences.

The following players have scored over 50 goals for Formartine United in all competitions.


Garry Wood (83 goals)

Signed in the summer of 2015 from Montrose, Garry started his career at Elgin City in 2004, making 24 appearances (1 goal scored), before joining Inverness Caledonian Thistle in 2006. Garry made his senior début in 2008 having been in the Youth team, scoring his first senior goal against Arbroath in the League Cup and his first SPL goal against Celtic the same year. Spent part of the season on loan at Montrose, scoring 11 goals in 28 appearances in the Third Division. After being released by Inverness in the summer of 2009, Gary had two seasons at Ross County, scoring 14 in 33 appearances before making a permanent move to Montrose in 2012 scoring a further 23 goals in 105 games for the Gable Endies. Also had a brief loan spell at Peterhead while at Dingwall.

Graeme Rodger (81 goals)

Another of the summer 2015 North Lodge revolution arrivals, joining from Highland League side Deveronvale on a three year deal. His efforts in Banff did not go unnoticed and was on the North Lodge radar for a while before signing. His performances have a never say die attitude, a combative midfielder that gives 100% everytime, a very useful addition to the squad. Was ever present throughout 2015-16 season making 43 appearances.

Cammy Keith (72 goals)

The striker was one of the big summer transfers in 2013 moving from Keith where he had played since he was 15, amassing 182 goals in 222 appearances. Cammy won one Highland League, two Highland League Cups, two Aberdeenshire Shields, two Highland League Player of the Year Awards, one Highland League Young Player of the Year award, three Highland League top scorer awards and playing and scoring for the Scotland semi-pro team in the four nation's tournament. All topped off by captaining the team this season and scoring the winning goal and lifting the trophy in the Highland League Cup final. Cammy has continued his prolific scoring record over the past couple of seasons at North Lodge scoring five hat-tricks and a double hat-trick against Huntly towards the end of the 2013-14 season.

Scott Barbour (68 goals)

One of Kris Hunters first summer signings, having had the striker at former club Fraserburgh. The prolific goal scorer bagged 102 goals in his 158 Broch appearances over two spells. Scott has also played for Buchanhaven Hearts. "Fig" has twice been voted the Highland League Young Player of the year award, most recently in 2013. Scott has everything a forward needs, trickery, strength to hold off an opponent, pace and agility as well as an eye for goal.

Archie MacPhee (59 goals)

A product of the Highland Football Academy in Dingwall, Archie signed a youth contract with Ross County in 2006 and remained a County player until 2013. He had loan spells with Forres and Elgin before joining Nairn County in the summer of 2013. Arhcie was an instant hit with the Station Park side with his quick dribbling, running and vision being a real asset to Nairn. This attracted the intrest of Elgin City who signed him the following summer and he remained a vital part of Elgin's SPFL2 side who narrowly lost out of promotion over the last 2 seasons.

Conor Gethins (52 goals)

Signed in the summer of 2016 from Nairn County where he scored 173 goals in 168 games over 5 years and was Highland League player of the Year in 2012-13. The Irishman started his career with his local side, Lifford Celtic, before moving to Ross County in 2001 where he made 60 appearances in 5 years, scoring 10 goals. Loan spells at Stirling Albion and Forfar Athletic followed before a permanent move to Finn Harps of the League of Ireland Premier Division in 2005 where he again showed his prolific scoring ability, netting 67 times in 115 appearances. His time back in Ireland also included a loan spell at Gallway United, before a return to Scotland and Peterhead in 2010 where he played 36 games, netting 6 times before his move to Nairn. Sure to be a major figure in Formartine's season.

The following goalkeepers have kept over 20 clean sheets for Formartine United in all competitions.


Kevin Main (33 clean sheets)

Experienced keeper signed from Turriff United in February 2018. Having previously played for Dundee United, Lossiemouth, Buckie Thistle and then Turriff United. Many describe him as the best keeper in the Highland League having won 2 League Championships whilst at Victoria Park amongst his many other cup winning medals.

Andy Reid (20 clean sheets)

Signed a three year deal in the summer of 2015 from local rivals Inverurie Loco Works after handing in a transfer request at Harlaw Park having spent 7 years at the club. Started his playing career at Nottingham Forest before spells at Motherwell, Hibernian, Montrose and Forfar. Also had a loan spell at Turriff United in 2012. Rejoined Inverurie Locos.

Ewen MacDonald (20 clean sheets)

Promising young keeper signed from Peterhead in September 2015 as a back up to Andy Reid. Made his debut against Fort William in February 2016 in a 6-1 win with an inspiring performance showing the fans just why manager Kris Hunter brought him to the club. He is one to watch for the future.