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Brora Rangers come from behind to storm into Highland League Cup final

By Will Clark

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Max Ewan.
Max Ewan.

Highland League Cup semi final

Brora Rangers 6

Keith 1

BRORA Rangers stormed into the Highland League Cup final after coming from behind to thrash Keith at Kynoch Park.

The Maroons did go in front when James Brownlie scored from 35 yards out for a sensational opener in the 12th minute.

But the Cattachs stamped their authority on the match afterwards, equalising six minutes later through Jordan Macrae.

Marcae's second put Brora Rangers in front in the 27th minute when he connected with a pass from Tom Kelly to fire into the net.

Paul Brindle made it 3-1 six minutes into the second half when after his first shot was blocked, he fired home the second finishes at the second attempt from close range.

Max Ewan then scored twice in the space of two minutes to put Brora Rangers 5-1 up on the hour mark.

James Wallace marked his return from injury to score Brora's sixth with 12 minutes remaining.

Brora Rangers will now face Fraserburgh in the final on a date to be confirmed.

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