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    Plenty of crowd surfing. Can you spot yourself?
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    Just a few thoughts a few days later Although starting brightly the ball spent more time in the air and noone in midfield seemed able to get it down and move it with pace or precision There were long periods of head tennis followed by unceremoniously booting of the ball. We seemed to be playing at a lower intensity against a team fired up. There was a lack of urgency in the passing and movement. Not sure if they thought because they played well the week before it would all just come together again because they were playing a team near the bottom of the league. There's also a tendency to shoot in areas when there are men far better placed - Storey only ever has one thought - one glaring attempt when two men free in the box. Jordan White works hard and does link up well most of the time. He doesnt win headers when people are clambering all over him but he does a fairly decent job of holdign up if the ball is at his feet...which Im guessing was the idea? He was very unlucky with that hooked shot in second half - that would have been a cracker. Basically the loss came to a couple of individual errors but could easily have been turned round if more effort had been made to pull PT out of shape. There was a lack of players willing to make runs into space and those that did get into space were ignored or let down by poor precision passing under pressure. Some of that pressure was without doubt illegal and the ref ignored it for far too long. think everyone in the stands knew PT would be fired up and ready for a scrap so not sure why we. thought we could be so passive against them. Anyway..hope that was a blip because things were looking good.
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    Team lines for NoS Cup Final @ Mosset Park Forres Brora Rangers 3 v 2 Inverness Caledonian Thistle Watch it Here Top of the Highland League V a mainly youthful Caley Jags should make for an entertaining game and great experience for our younger players. Today's @PatMunro1945 North of Scotland Cup Final will be live streamed via @brorarangers Youtube Channel 16' ] 0-0 Brora forced into a change as Jordan Macrae is injured and is replaced by Paul Brindle 35' ] 0-0 Kevin McHattie goes close to giving Caley Thistle the lead but shot is blocked off the line by Ally Macdonald. 42' ] 0-0 Great save by Cammy Mackay from a 30 yard strike by Paul Brindle. 45' ] 1-0 Brora take the lead right on half time with a low strike into the bottom corner, Dale Gillespie drills home from the edge of the box. HALF TIME 1-0 67' ] 1-1Todorov Heads home from close range. 71' ] 1-1 Great double save from Cammy Mackay as he pass the first effort from Gillespie and the second effort from Morrison was saved too. 77' ] 2-1 Great free kick from Cammy Harper from 25 yards to put Inverness ahead. 80' ] 2-2 Martin MacLean levels minutes later from close range. 84' ] 2-3 Brora's Greg Morrison heads narrowly over bar, but moments later Brora go ahead through Kyle MacLeod. Full Time 3-2 Congratulations Brora. North of Scotland Cup Winners 2019/2020 ? View full article
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    tm4tj - he farmed at Balnastraid by Duthil in the 60s/70s so Carrbridge would have been local Welfare side. Also played for the Fluke post Highland League. I never saw him play apart from family picnics but believe "absolute rock" sounds about right. His uncle Scot Symon wanted him at Rangers in the 50s but he opted to stick to farming and Highland League football. Scarlet - Roshie/Stootie chronology as above. Both great players I believe. A wee bit before my time unfortunately.
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    one positive to take is that Roddy Macgregor is starting to fit right in with the first team, you wouldn't be able to tell he was 17 if you didn't already know.
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    Carl is captain in title only. It's clear to see at games that Barry Wilson is trying to 'Captain' from the sidelines.
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