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Inveraray game moved to Castle Leod


By Staff Reporter


Craig Morrison (Cabers) with Andy Mackintosh (N’more). Caberfeidh v Newtonmore in the MOWI Premiership, played at Castle Lead, Strathpeffer.
Craig Morrison (Cabers) with Andy Mackintosh (N’more). Caberfeidh v Newtonmore in the MOWI Premiership, played at Castle Lead, Strathpeffer.

CABERFEIDH will have home advantage tomorrow after it was announced their Premiership game against Inveraray has been switched to Castle Leod.

The game was due to take place in Argyll on Saturday, but due to adverse ground and weather conditions the game has been transferred to Strathpeffer.

Cabers got their Premiership season off to a losing start last weekend when they were defeated 3-0 by champions Newtonmore in Ross-shire.

They started the match without under-21 player of the year Blair Morrison who suffered a dislocated shoulder as a result of a challenge playing football.

Newtonmore, who suffered a shock 2-0 home defeat to newly promoted Kilmallie seven days previously, only took two minutes to take the lead.

Jamie Robinson opened the scoring for the Badenoch side and the visitors doubled their advantage in the 35th minute through David Maclean.

Newtonmore killed off the match in the 52nd minute when Fraser MacKintosh scored to give the champions their first points of the season.

Read more in today's Ross-shire Journal.



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