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Caberfeidh look to distance themselves from Mowi Premiership's basement


By Will Clark


Caberfeidh will look to move further away from the relegation zone in the Premiership when they host bottom of the table Inveraray.

They are still on a high after reaching the Camanachd Cup semi finals for the first time since 1963 after beating Lochaber 7–4.

Caberfeidh’s Kevin Bartlett (front) makes it 5-3 against Lochaber to the delight of club captain Craig Morrison. Picture: Neil Paterson
Caberfeidh’s Kevin Bartlett (front) makes it 5-3 against Lochaber to the delight of club captain Craig Morrison. Picture: Neil Paterson

Cabers are riding on a high having won five of their last six games in all competitions.

But they are only one point above the relegation zone with Lochaber in ninth place albeit having a better goal difference of 32.

Resurgent Inveraray have won two of their last three games and are only three points off getting out of the relegation zone.

Caberfeidh manager Jodi Gorski says his team will be wary of the danger the Argyll outfit will present.

“We played Inveraray down there and they were a decent side, the only issue they had was they were not hitting the target."

Read more in today's Ross-shire Journal.



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