Huntly Football Club sign former Inverurie Locos striker Andy Hunter who had been on trial at Christie Park club
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HUNTLY have won the race to sign former Inverurie Locos front man Andy Hunter.
The 29-year-old had played two trial matches for Huntly, scoring in their recent 4-1 win at Lossiemouth and also featuring in the 3-0 success over Turriff on Monday.
Hunter had previous scored five goals in two trial appearances for Deveronvale including a debut hat-trick against Fort William, and the Banff club were one of several involved in the chase to sign the striker.
He also played trial matches in the Aberdeenshire League for Formartine United.
Huntly manager Allan Hale said on the club's website: "I feel this signing is a coup for the club and all the players and staff are looking forward to working with him to help us continue to move forward.”
"I am absolutely delighted that he sees Huntly as the club to start his next chapter of his career.
"We have been light in the forward area all season and it’s been an area where have actively been looking to strengthen however it was important, we took our time to identify the players we felt were best suited to come into our environment and make an impact.
"I’ve every confidence in Andy that he will deliver for us during his time at Huntly."
Hunter is Huntly's second December signing, with Hale bringing in another attacking option in Robbie Foster from Fort William last week.
Foster scored on his Huntly debut against Turriff, having netted seven times for Fort this season.