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Caberfeidh look to end 80 year wait to reach Camanachd Cup final


By Will Clark


CABERFEIDH are 90 minutes away from reaching the Camanachd Cup final for the first time in 80 years.

Ali MacLennan and Kevin Bartlett are expected to start for Caberfeidh against Newtonmore. Picture: Neil Paterson
Ali MacLennan and Kevin Bartlett are expected to start for Caberfeidh against Newtonmore. Picture: Neil Paterson

And manager Jodi Gorski says his team will go into the match confident they can defeat defending champions Newtonmore tomorrow.

The Strathpeffer side will head to Bught Park in Inverness looking to cause an upset against the competition's most successful team who have lifted the trophy for the past three seasons.

But Gorski says his team will hold no fear as they look to make it to the final for the first time since 1939.

Read more in today's Ross-shire Journal



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