The Can-Cans face Elgin Metropolis at Mosset Park tonight within the duo’s testimonial.
Rowley signed the Frasers in the summertime of 2010 and was their supervisor till stepping down final November.
Charlie Rowley is thrilled to see twins Lee and Graham Fraser’s service to Forres Mechanics being celebrated.
He believes the 29-year-olds had been arguably the very best signings he made throughout an 11-year stint as Forres supervisor.
Recalling how the transfer happened Rowley mentioned: “I wasn’t conscious of their state of affairs initially.
“It was via phrase of mouth within the Forres space we heard that they weren’t planning on going again to Ross County.
“I believe they performed a few welfare video games and we acquired in contact with them.
“There was a wee little bit of hesitation, they weren’t initially positive what they needed to do.
“However after they educated with us a few occasions they actually loved it and the remaining is historical past.
“When it comes to two higher signings throughout my time at Forres you possibly can argue I didn’t make any.
“To signal them at 17 you’re conscious of the standard they’ve acquired however you’re undecided how they’ll adapt initially and the way lengthy they’ll final.
“With their high quality I’m fairly positive there could have been loads of suitors through the years.
“However they’ve discovered a spot they’re actually pleased at in Mosset Park they usually should be rewarded for his or her loyalty over the past 12 years.
“When it comes to signings throughout my time at Forres, Lee and Graham are proper up there with the very best that we made.”
Throughout their time with the Can-Cans the twins have made greater than 750 appearances between them.