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Win over Aberdeen Grammar gives Ross Sutherland hope of survival in Caledonia North Two


By Will Clark


Ross Sutherland head coach John Mann says his team can escape relegation from Caledonia North Two following their sensational 33-12 victory over Aberdeen Grammar 2nd.

The Stags stampeded to a bonus-point victory over second-placed Aberdeen at the Naval Grounds in Invergordon last weekend.

Dan Corr played for Ross Sutherland in their 33-12 win over Aberdeen. Picture: Peter Carson
Dan Corr played for Ross Sutherland in their 33-12 win over Aberdeen. Picture: Peter Carson

The result closed the gap on seventh placed Moray to six points with Ross Sutherland having a game in hand on the Elgin outfit.

With six games to go, Mann believes the majority of them are winnable and that they are good enough to get the points needed to avoid dropping down to Caledonia North Three.

“We have the better run of the six games we have to play compared to Moray,” said Mann.

“The games we have left are more than winnable.

“Hopefully we won’t be kicking ourselves losing away to Moray come the end of the season.

“But we should be OK with what we have left.”

Read more in today's Ross-shire Journal.



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