Though objectives from Darryl McHardy, Kane Hester and Josh Peters sealed a 3-0 victory for the League 2 guests on Friday, the event was to honour defender Graham and striker Lee.
The brothers have served the Moray membership for 12 years after being signed by Charlie Rowley and have dedicated to an extra two seasons at Mosset Park.
Forres Mechanics boss Steven MacDonald hailed legendary twins Graham and Lee Fraser following their large testimonial night time in opposition to Elgin Metropolis.
MacDonald is stuffed with reward for his or her long-serving contribution to the Can-Cans.
He mentioned: “It was the twins’ night time they usually each did rather well.
“They will look again on the sport with fond reminiscences. They each have nice attitudes and are actually good guys. They’ve been unbelievable for the membership.
“Hopefully they’ve nonetheless received a very long time to go right here as a result of they nonetheless have a lot to supply. They’ve been tremendously loyal they usually offer you all the things.
“It’s a supervisor’s dream to have guys like that.”
After falling 2-0 down early on, MacDonald was involved the sport would possibly run away from Forres.
Nevertheless, he praised his gamers for digging deep, particularly after Elgin’s Brian Cameron missed a spot-kick after simply quarter-hour.
He mentioned: “Elgin had been miles higher at the beginning. They had been sharp and slick. They checked out a special degree for some time, with their midfield rotations.
“We simply couldn’t deal with them in any respect. I feared it might have been a little bit of a hiding, however fortunately we managed to get it collectively.
“It was our first correct (pre-season) sport, so I used to be happy that we didn’t capitulate and I believed our health ranges had been fairly good.
“We saved the ball higher within the second half, aside from switching off for the third aim. I used to be fairly happy.
“It was good to get a aggressive sport in opposition to a facet which is healthier than us. We labored actually laborious and didn’t shame ourselves.”