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Gorski has no Mowi Premiership relegation worries for Caberfeidh


By Staff Reporter


Caberfeidh's 2-1 win over Kilmallie last weekend puts them in pole position to retain their Mowi Premiership status.

With six games to go they need just one win to stay in the top tier but head coach Jodi Gorski feels they now have a good enough cushion to not even be thinking about the dreaded drop.

Craig Morrison scored in Caberfeidh's 2-1 win over Kilmallie last week. Picture: Neil Paterson
Craig Morrison scored in Caberfeidh's 2-1 win over Kilmallie last week. Picture: Neil Paterson

“I can’t see us finishing below seventh, and the win over Kilmallie was vital,” Gorski said.

“We didn’t play well but it was a key win. They are now three points behind us, and we have a vastly superior goal difference and I think we are also out of the reach of the bottom three teams.”

Gorski is looking forward to renewing their rivalry with league champions Newtonmore after a classic televised Camanachd Cup semi final at Bught Park before a big crowd.

“We lost 7-5 and it was one of the best games of shinty I’ve seen for a long time,” he said.

Read more in today's Ross-shire Journal.



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