Turriff United manager Ross Jack admits that Brora were more clinical

Turriff United manager Ross Jack admits that Brora were more clinical and was disappointed that his side lost 3-1 to Brora Rangers at the Haughs in front of the Press and Journal camera.


A goal from Grant Munro and Brindle’s double sent the noisy away support home in a singing mood. Despite a hard working performance from the home side and a nicely scored penalty by Artjoms Kuznecovs this couldn’t prevent the hosts from losing this game.

Jack said: “They just shaded it. They were more clinical than us. They took their chances and we didn’t. But they did play the conditions better than us. The pitch was getting cut and we still tried to play the ball in areas where the pitch was cutting up. But Brora were very professional in the way they won the game.

Jack insists there were plenty of positives to take from the game. “There are plenty and we always take positives from the game. Our first game in a month.The work the people did to get the game on was fantastic. “I would like to praise all the committee and community that got this pitch playable for the game”

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