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Week 14 of the North Caledonian League seen us play Golspie Sutherland FC away from Home in the clash of the two Sutherland teams in the league.

The game started with both teams playing attacking football with what looked to be what was going to be a close game. Chances at both ends came but nothing that troubled either keeper too much.

It was Golspie who struck first through Robbie Murray on the 31st Minute after Bonar failed to clear there lines after an awkward call through was played.

The first half finished as it started with both teams having chances. The best chance of the half for Bonar came on the stroke of Half Time as Liam Creighton’s header from 6 yards was saved in what looked to be a certain goal. First half finished 1-0 to Golspie.

The second half started with Golspie being hungrier and it was on the 55th minute they doubled their lead through Tony Miller finding space in the Bonar box to finish.

Bonar had chances in the second half through good link up play on the wing from Daniel Hutchinson & Liam Crieghton, but Bonar failed to find the net.

The next goal was going to be crucial as to how the game finished, and it was Golspie who struck to command the score line through Robbie Murray on the 72nd minute after he found space on the right hand side to pick out a finish in the bottom corner.

With Bonar trying to push for a goal to try and get back into the game, Bonar were caught on the break on the 76th minute to seal the game for the home side through a good finish from Miller Mackay finding space in the box to make it 4-0 to Golspie.

Bonar finished the game with a few chances late on, with Shadi Ali in extra time finding the Bottom Corner on the volley to bring back a goal for Bonar, but it was too little to late to affect the score.

Final Score Golspie Sutherland FC 4 – 1 Bonar Bridge

Thanks to Golspie Sutherland for the game and wish them all the best for the remainder of the season.

MOTM on the day was Josh Sands who played well up front linking up with last weeks MOTM Alex Mackenzie and was unfortunate not to find the net again.

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