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Kettlewell aims for top six scalps

Kettlewell aims for top six scalps

Kettlewell aims for top six scalps

Stuart Kettlewell is urging his players to revel in the challenge of tackling four of Scotland’s top six in the next month – and create shockwaves.


Forbes holds off Mackenzie charge

Forbes holds off Mackenzie charge

Forbes holds off Mackenzie charge

Kirkhill golfer John Forbes successfully defended his title at the Muir of Ord Golf Club Championship after defeating Nathan Mackenzie.


Tulloch still sponsoring 2020 cup final

Tulloch still sponsoring 2020 cup final

Tulloch still sponsoring 2020 cup final

Although the Camanachd Cup final will not be played as scheduled tomorrow, sponsors Tulloch Homes are still supporting the game’s governing body.


Scorecard did not reflect flow of play

Scorecard did not reflect flow of play

Scorecard did not reflect flow of play

Graeme Carney was happy with Ross County Cricket Club’s performance last week, despite losing to Northern Counties by eight wickets on home turf.


County’s win-win mentality endures

County’s win-win mentality endures

County’s win-win mentality endures

Jordan Tillson insists Ross County’s spirit and morale remains buoyant despite a poor points return on positive performances in recent matches.


Campbell wins thriller to take ladies’ crown

Campbell wins thriller to take ladies’ crown

Campbell wins thriller to take ladies’ crown

Susan Campbell became Muir of Ord Golf Club’s ladies’ champion for the second time after a final hole thriller against Gayle Anderson.


Two centuries as Counties take win

Two centuries as Counties take win

Two centuries as Counties take win

Both sides saw batsmen hit triple figures at Castle Leod, but it was Northern Counties who got the better of their hosts Ross County by eight wickets.


County can learn from Celts defeat

County can learn from Celts defeat

County can learn from Celts defeat

Stuart Kettlewell reckons Ross County need to be more ruthless in the penalty area and take after Celtic's lead last weekend in the future.


Mo-ment to remember as Harrier sets record

Mo-ment to remember as Harrier sets record

Mo-ment to remember as Harrier sets record

Competing against the pedigree of quadruple Olympic champion Sir Mo Farah, Maryburgh athlete Sean Chalmers broke his club's record in a half marathon.


Kettlewell ready to take his medicine at Hampden

Kettlewell ready to take his medicine at Hampden

Kettlewell ready to take his medicine at Hampden

Stuart Kettlewell insists he is ready to take any punishment on the chin as a hearing into his conduct at Livingston last month takes place today.


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