Highland defeated in National League Cup final
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Highland failed to pull off an upset in the National League Cup final when they were defeated by Aberdeen Grammar.
It was a promising start for the Inverness men as Highland took a 10-0 lead through a Rory Carson penalty and a Callum Carson converted try.
But Aberdeen Grammar came storming back as two converted tries gave them a 14-10 lead at half time.
Calum Macpherson was sent to the sin bin as Highland were temporarily reduced to 14 men and Grammar took advantage as they went ahead 21-10 after a five metre scrum.
Aberdeen Grammar put the game beyond doubt with a late uncoverted try to take the trophy.
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