Cammy targets Keith cup shock
His four-goal haul against Brora took him to 127 goals in 154 games, overtaking 1980s’ hot-shot Charlie Barbour, who netted 125 in 215 matches.
The Maroon machine has still some way to go to beat team-mate Derek Nicol’s 200 goals.
Cammy is proud of his achievement and would like nothing better than to add to his tally against Arbroath, despite the Second Division title challengers being red-hot favourites.
And as someone who still feels he could play at a high level, it is a chance for him to show his quality.
“We’re not expected to win but there’s always a chance, especially at home,” he said. “There is nothing for us to be scared of; we just need a big performance and hope we can pull off a shock.”
Manager Darren Still said: “I have seen Arbroath and they are very, very strong all-round. We will need to pull out something special.”