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Brown proud of how far Highland have come


By Andrew Henderson


Highland stalwart Kevin Brown thinks the club’s place in the last four of the National League Cup against Musselburgh is a sign of the progress that has been made over the last 10 years.

Rising up through several leagues, and reaching National Bowl and National Shield finals along the way, have generally made for a very successful recent history.

Kevin Brown is Highland Rugby Club's longest-serving player. Picture: Gary Anthony. Image No.034832
Kevin Brown is Highland Rugby Club's longest-serving player. Picture: Gary Anthony. Image No.034832

But it was not that long ago that Highland were down in the depths of the Scottish leagues, and hooker Brown believes it is a reward for the work put in at Canal Park.

“I’m the longest serving member at the moment,” he explained.

“I’ve played in two National Bowl finals, and I’ve also played in the National Shield final, and we won one of the Bowls and we lost the other two.

“To get to these finals, we’ve been pretty successful over the last 10 years.

“I’ve seen the club through the bad times and the good times.

“It’s a great club, but it’s not always been the singing and dancing it has been since the last time Dave Carson took over."

Read more in today's Inverness Courier.



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