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Highland Football League review: Saturday 3rd May 2014

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Champions Brora Rangers got a win in front of their own fans at Dudgeon Park when they were presented with the Highland League trophy, goals from Ross Tokely and Zander Sutherland gave the Cattachs some breathing space with Neil Gauld pulling one back for Locos however they went back to Aberdeenshire with nothing.

Clachnacuddin and Formartine United shared the spoils at Grant Street Park, Gary Clark got sent off for the North Lodge outfit on 61 minutes and just 4 minutes later, Paul Brindle gave the Lilywhites the lead before Ross Campbell rescued Formartine on 72 minutes.

A win for Cove at home to Fort William next Saturday will ensure the Allan Park side finish 7th this season, they went one step closer after a 3-0 victory at home to Lossiemouth.

It was 3rd time lucky for Vale at Princess Royal Park against local rivals Buckie Thistle, after Martin Charlesworth and Scott Fraser missed penalties for Charlie Charlesworth’s side, Scott Henry’s spot kick in the last minute ensured the home support would go home happy.

Ross Jack picked up his 1st win as Turriff United manager after a 3-1 win away to Keith, Cameron Bowden and Paul Young gave Turra a good start with Matthew McDonald pulling one back for Greame McBeath’s team however James Brownie put the icing on the cake on 56 minutes.

Fort William picked up an unlikely draw at home to Wick Academy, Richard Macadie gave Academy a half time lead however the Fort were to peg them back and James Mackay’s strike ensured both teams got a share of the spoils.

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