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Midfielder signs new deal to stay with Brora Rangers


By Will Clark

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Tony Dingwall.
Tony Dingwall.

Brora Rangers have confirmed that midfielder Tony Dingwall has signed a new two and a half year deal to stay at Dudgeon Park.

The 26-year-old has agreed terms which will keep him with the Cattachs until at least the end of the 2025/26 season.

Dingwall originally joined Brora Rangers in March 2022 from League Two outfit Elgin City.

Dingwall came through the youth set-up at Ross County and during that time went on loan to Elgin.

In 2019, Dingwall signed for Raith Rovers before leaving Kirkcaldy in 2020 and rejoining Elgin later that year.

Dingwall scored and starred in Brora Rangers 3-0 victory against Huntly in the Highland League last weekend.

Jordan Macrae gave Brora Rangers the lead midway through the first half when he scored from six-yards out.

Brora doubled their advantage from the penalty spot when Dingwall was fouled and Jordan Macrae found the net from 12-yards out.

Dingwall then found the net 12 minutes into the second half with a powerful strike to secure all three points for Brora Rangers.


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