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Clach need to respond in league

By Will Clark

Clachnacuddin Women manager Bobby Beckwith is looking for a response from his team’s heavy defeat in the Scottish Women’s Cup when they host Caithness in the Highlands and Islands League.

The Lilywhites, who only formed this year, suffered a 17-0 defeat against Queen’s Park at Lesser Hampden on Sunday.

Betty Ross (left) in action for Clachnacuddin Ladies.
Betty Ross (left) in action for Clachnacuddin Ladies.

Clachnacuddin return to league action at Grant Street Park on Sunday as they look to keep their league title challenge alive, lying in second place.

Beckwith says while the Scottish Cup defeat was a hard lesson, he believes his team can learn from the experience to go forward.

“I am expecting a big reaction from the team,” he said.

“The girls are keen to get back into training and talk about what happened.

“They are wounded, they are keen to get their feet back on to the ground.

“You have to learn from your mistakes and we will take something out of the game.

“We are a young side and we will learn from it.”

Read more in today's Inverness Courier.

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