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Brora Rangers hit by another postponement as tonight's Highland League clash at Strathspey Thistle called off

By Will Clark

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Brora Rangers have been hit by another postponement. Picture: Callum Mackay.
Brora Rangers have been hit by another postponement. Picture: Callum Mackay.

TONIGHT'S Highland League match between Strathspey Thistle and Brora Rangers has been postponed after Seafield Park failed a pitch inspection this afternoon.

Last night, the league clash was rearranged to take place tonight after the Scottish Cup fourth round clash between Brora Rangers and Cove Rangers, meant to take place last night, was called off after Dudgeon Park failed a pitch inspection.

However, the pitch at Grantown on Spey failed an inspection Wednesday lunchtime and tonight's match has been called off.

Brora Rangers have only played 13 matches in the Highland League so far this season.

Their next scheduled match is against Keith at Dudgeon Park on Saturday with kick-off at 3pm.

Brora Rangers are also due to face Cove Rangers in the Scottish Cup on Tuesday, January 30 with kick-off at 7.45pm.

The winner will face a trip to Premiership outfit Kilmarnock on Saturday, February 10.

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