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Mann hopes Ross Sutherland can take advantage of Banff absentees as Caledonia North Two survival bid rolls on


By Andrew Henderson


Ross Sutherland head coach John Mann hopes Banff will already be on their holidays when they come calling to Invergordon tomorrow.

It will be the second time Banff make the trip along the A96 in as many weeks, after they suffered an 89–7 demolition at the hands of Highland 2nds last time out.

Kevin Drain could return for the Stags this weekend, as could Matthew Robinson. Picture: Peter Carson
Kevin Drain could return for the Stags this weekend, as could Matthew Robinson. Picture: Peter Carson

While the Stags have seen their campaign stop and start regularly with postponements, Banff have had no such issues and tomorrow is their last match of the season.

So Mann is keeping his fingers crossed that an under-strength opponent will give Ross Sutherland the best chance of kick-starting their survival bid.

“They’re safe, so you obviously hope you’re not coming up against their strongest squad,” Mann said.

“They took a bit of a hiding last week from Highland, and they had to borrow a couple of players from other clubs."

Read more in today's Ross-shire Journal.



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