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- Keith suffered their record defeat, the same season(1960-61), crashing 11-1 at Deveronvale on 2nd January 1961.
- Highland League Champions for the first time in the Club's History in 1961-62! Average home league attendance was 838, and Sandy Fraser was top scorer with 39 goals. The team netted an incredible 122 goals in all matches that season, including a Club Record 93 League goals.
- The following season(1962-63), Keith won the Qualifying Cup for the second time in three seasons, upsetting Inverness Caledonian 4-3 on aggregate. The first leg, at Kynoch Park, which Keith won 3-1 also coincided with the opening of the brand new £5700 Grandstand and unfurling of the league flag by Lt Colonel G B Kynoch. The event was filmed by Grampian TV for their programme Sportscope.
- A Dave Whytock goal gave Keith a 1-0 victory over Nairn County in 1964 to ensure the Highland League Cup was won for the first time. The Final was played at Elgin in front of a crowd of almost 4,000