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Clear signs of progress for Brora girls' U13s


By Staff Reporter


The Brora girls dominated possession but were unable to win the three points.
The Brora girls dominated possession but were unable to win the three points.

BRORA Rangers under-13 girls continued their league action with a home tie against Dingwall last Thursday.

The Brora girls started strong and dominated for the first 15 minutes but were unable to put the ball in the net.

As the game progressed Dingwall started to gain more possession and pushed forward in numbers to score the first goal of the match.

Half-time saw Dingwall going in with the slender 1-0 lead.

Brora started the second half strong and midway through the half Mikayla Mackay was taken down in the box and the penalty was awarded.

Mackay stepped up to take the spot kick herself and placed it nicely into the top corner.

Brora took the game by the horns and continued to push forward but were unlucky not to get a winner before the final whistle.

It ended 1-1 with Brora slightly downhearted about not taking the three points, considering the amount of possession they'd had and the number of chances they'd made in the game.

However, they were very pleased with the level of performance and the clear signs of progress being made.



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