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Shaw: Livingston win could be massive for Ross County's season


By Andrew Henderson


Oli Shaw believes that ending Ross County’s winless run against Livingston on Wednesday night could be a massive moment in the club’s season.

The Staggies had gone eight games without a win before Wednesday’s triumph, which was only their third set of three points since September.

Ross County's Oli Shaw was delighted to pick up his first three points since signing for the club. Picture: Ken Macpherson
Ross County's Oli Shaw was delighted to pick up his first three points since signing for the club. Picture: Ken Macpherson

Their form has seen them slip closer to the relegation places, but results went their way on Wednesday with Hearts losing to Kilmarnock and St Mirren and Hamilton playing out a 1–1 draw.

With six points now separating the Dingwall outfit from the relegation play-off place, January signing Shaw hopes they will be able to start looking up the table again soon, rather than peering over their shoulders.

“It’s been a tough run of fixtures, and we haven’t picked up as many points as we wanted to,” Shaw admitted.

“It was a massive game for us on Wednesday, we knew it was going to be a battle but we battled hard and we were happy to get the three points."

Read more in today's Ross-shire Journal.



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