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Gorski wants Caberfeidh to focus on pitch repairs while unable to play over summer


By Andrew Henderson

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Caberfeidh should use the cancellation of league and cup games as a chance to carry out maintenance, according to Jodi Gorski.

Just one round of games had been played before the Camanachd Association made the decision to call off the 2020 campaign.

It would not have been possible to play out the rest of the season in line with government restrictions, and while not a surprise, the news came as a disappointment to clubs and players around the country.

Caberfeidh manager Jodi Gorski would like to see the club focus on pitch repairs while there is no action over the summer. Picture: Neil Paterson
Caberfeidh manager Jodi Gorski would like to see the club focus on pitch repairs while there is no action over the summer. Picture: Neil Paterson

Gorski, on the other hand, sees a rare opportunity to carry out repairs that would normally have to wait until the end of the year.

“The only time you can ever work on your pitch is in the winter, and we’ve tried before with our goalmouths but the new turf just doesn’t take,” Gorski explained.

“It’s ideal to have the whole summer to fix it and be good for next year. I think we should take advantage of that, and not worry about playing."

“I know everyone wants to play, but you’re not really playing for anything, so we might as well get other maintenance stuff done that’s more important.”

Read more in today's North Star.


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