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Tougher test for Stags' young guns


By Alasdair Fraser

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Dan Corr battles in the scrum for Ross Sutherland in their one-sided win against Moray. Picture: Peter Carson
Dan Corr battles in the scrum for Ross Sutherland in their one-sided win against Moray. Picture: Peter Carson

John Mann is ready to unleash his young guns again as Ross Sutherland chase back-to-back victories on Saturday.

A 43-3 triumph over Moray in Invergordon gave the Stags a welcome shot in the arm last weekend with half a dozen teenagers featuring in the match squad.

It was only a second win of the campaign in Caledonia North Two and player/coach Mann is seeking more of the same at home against fellow strugglers RAF Lossiemouth.

The military team will present a sterner physical test, but Mann is convinced the challenge is one his young prospects can rise to.

Describing Saturday’s victory as ‘bloody well needed’, he lauded the contribution of the younger players.

Read more in today's North Star.


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