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Highland too good as howling Wolves crash out of the Scottish Cup


By Will Clark


Hat-trick hero Seumas Ross helped Highland score five tries to send them into the second round of the Scottish Cup with victory over Stirling Wolves.

Steven Rutledge and Grant Jamieson also contributed to the try count in a comfortable victory for the hosts at Canal Park.

Seamus Ross led the Highland charge against Stirling Wolves in the Scottish Cup with a hat trick of tries. Picture: Gary Anthony
Seamus Ross led the Highland charge against Stirling Wolves in the Scottish Cup with a hat trick of tries. Picture: Gary Anthony

Delighted head coach Dave Carson said it was Highland’s best performance of the season.

“Technically it was our best display of the season in terms of how we managed the game,” he said.

“The boys have really picked things up in the last few weeks. That showed when we were in total control all the way through the game

“The big thing for us is we had six first team players missing. The guys that have come in the last few weeks have done well.

“It shows how much strength in depth we have in the squad now."

Read more in today's Inverness Courier.



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