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WATCH: Forres Mechanics twin brothers Graham and Lee Fraser speak about their testimonial match against Elgin City at Mosset Park


By Craig Christie

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The fans turned out in force at Mosset Park to reward more than a decade's service to Forres Mechanics by twin brothers Graham and Lee Fraser.

The Fraser twins line up with the Forres Mechanics and Elgin City players before kick off. Photo: Forres Mechanics Facebook.
The Fraser twins line up with the Forres Mechanics and Elgin City players before kick off. Photo: Forres Mechanics Facebook.

Mechanics took on Elgin City on a rainy night for the testimonial game for the Burghead brothers, who joined the Cans from Ross County in 2010.

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Described as "a manager's dream" by Cans' boss Steven MacDonald after the match, the twins spoke in a video interview about their big night and their hopes for the future.

The pair were piped on to the pitch to a guard of honour from both teams and a warm ovation from the fans.

Elgin won 3-0 but the scoreline was immaterial.

The evening was all about the Fraser boys and MacDonald paid tribute to their service to the Mosset Park club.

"They have been great servants. They are tremendously loyal, they give you everything and they are decent guys," he said.

"It's a manager's dream to have guys like that.

"They have great attitudes and they are fantastic for the club.

"Hopefully they've got a long time to go yet as well because they have plenty to offer."



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