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Brora Rangers confirm they are moving Highland League clash with Keith to Golspie instead of Dudgeon Park


By Will Clark

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Dudgeon Park.
Dudgeon Park.

BRORA Rangers have been forced to move their Highland League clash with Keith on Saturday to Golspie after Dudgeon Park was ruled unplayable.

The Cattachs have confirmed their scheduled match will take place at King George V Park, home of North Caledonian League club Golspie Sutherland, with kick-off at 3pm.

Brora Rangers' Scottish Cup fourth round clash with Cove Rangers was postponed twice last week, with snow forcing the first date last Saturday to be cancelled and the pitch had not recovered by the planned rearranged date last Tuesday.

The rearranged Scottish Cup tie is due to be played on Tuesday at 7.45pm and is still scheduled to take place at Dudgeon Park.

As a result, the planned Highland League clash at Wick Academy, scheduled for Wednesday, has been called off.


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