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Do not switch off again, warns Gorski


By Will Clark


Caberfeidh manager Jodi Gorski is looking for improvement.
Caberfeidh manager Jodi Gorski is looking for improvement.

Caberfeidh manager Jodi Gorski warned his players they can’t switch off like they did in 2018 and expect to survive in the Premiership again as they travel to Lochaber in the league opener.

Cabers picked up nine points from their first nine games last season.

But they failed to win any games during the second half of the campaign picking up just one point.

Only disastrous campaigns for Skye and Glenurquhart prevented Cabers going down who finished two points above the relegation zone in eighth.

But with newly promoted Kilmallie and Inveraray, Gorski said 2019 will be a greater challenge.

“It was disappointing how the second half of last season went," he said.

Read more in today's Ross-shire Journal.



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