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Four games left. But Ross Sutherland think they need just two to stay up


By Will Clark


ROSS Sutherland head coach John Mann believes two wins from their final four games will be good enough to avoid relegation from Caledonia North Two.

Brian Davies in action against Banff. Picture Peter Carson
Brian Davies in action against Banff. Picture Peter Carson

The Stags kept their survival hopes alive with a 33–10 victory over Banff in Invergordon to pick up all five points.

The win has reduced the gap at the bottom with North Police to seven points with only the bottom team going down to Caledonia North Three.

Ross Sutherland will face North Police in their final two games of the season when Mann thinks wins in both will secure their North Two status.

“I’m comfortable that two wins will be enough,” he said.

“But targeting three wins is our goal.We think North Police home and away will be our best bets.”

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