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Balancing act for Gorski as Caberfeidh start thinking about next season


By Staff Reporter


Jodi Gorski is looking to balance experimentation for next season with Caberfeidh’s continued drive for a strong Premiership finish.

The Castle Leod outfit has already sealed a club record seventh-place, but head coach Gorski has set the challenge of bettering last season’s points tally.

Goalkeeper Ewan Pilcher is one man who will definitely not be playing for Caberfeidh against Kingussie. Picture: Neil Paterson
Goalkeeper Ewan Pilcher is one man who will definitely not be playing for Caberfeidh against Kingussie. Picture: Neil Paterson

Allied to that, though, there is a willingness to shake up the side that travels to face MacAulay Cup vanquishers Kingussie this weekend.

“It will be a tough game, but we’re hoping for another two points before the season finishes. The aim is between 14 and 16, and we’re on 12,” Gorski stressed.

“The sooner we get there, the better, with four games left. I’ll view it as a good season if we reach it, but a disappointing one if we don’t.

“Our main aim was to stay in the league and reach seventh place.

“We are a place higher than last year and we want to finish higher on points. Another two to four points will be difficult, but it’s achievable.”

Read more in today's Ross-shire Journal.



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