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Clach could have ended Brora's title hopes in Inverness


By Will Clark


Clachnacuddin manager Brian Macleod said his players learned another harsh lesson in their 1-0 defeat against Brora Rangers at Grant Street Park.

Scott Davidson's goal in the 16th minute kept the Sutherland's side slim title hopes alive at Grant Street Park on Wednesday night, though Cove Rangers only need one point from their final two games to retain the title.

Ali Gillies turns away from his marker against Brora Rangers on Wednesday night. Picture Donald Cameron
Ali Gillies turns away from his marker against Brora Rangers on Wednesday night. Picture Donald Cameron

But Macleod felt his team should have ended Brora's title chances on Wednesday night after a strong finish to the game by the Lilywhites.

"I thought we possibly deserved a draw based on the second half performance.

"Brora had a lot of the ball but in the last 30 minutes we were the better team.

"In the last 20 minutes I thought that we were really pushing.

"I thought that we could have snatched a draw and for all the guys put into the game we deserved something more from it."

Read more in today's Inverness Courier.



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