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Brora Rangers announce change of venue eight hours before kick-off for Highland League match with Golspie

By Will Clark

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Dudgeon Park.
Dudgeon Park.

BRORA Rangers have announced tonight's Highland League clash against Lossiemouth will no longer be played at Dudgeon Park.

Instead, tonight's clash will take place at King George V Park in Golspie, home of North Caledonian League team Golspie Sutherland, the club announced this afternoon.

The match will still kick-off at 8pm.

It is not the first time this season Brora Rangers have been forced to switch home matches due to problems with the pitch at Dudgeon Park.

In January, Brora Rangers were forced to move its Highland League clash against Keith to Golspie after its own pitch had not recovered due to the weather.

Matches have been played at Dudgeon Park since their clash with Keith, however Brora Rangers were also set to move their home match with Clachnacuddin to Grant Street Park in Inverness on February 10.

However, that match was postponed due to the pitch at Clachnacuddin also being unplayable.

Brora Rangers still have 17 matches to play before the season is due to end on Saturday, April 13.

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