Highland Rugby Club promoted to National One
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Highland Rugby Club have will be playing National One rugby next season after winning promotion this afternoon.
Highland only needed two points to guarantee a top-two spot in National Two with a game to spare, and they more than achieved that by thrashing Howe of Fife 77-12.
It marks the latest triumph in a series of promotions for the Canal Park outfit, who were playing four tiers below just a handful of years ago.
Next weekend's match away at third-placed Stewart's Melville now becomes a dead rubber, as Highland cannot win the league and Melville cannot overtake them.
For more reaction, pick up Tuesday's Inverness Courier.
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