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Fri 21st Feb 2020
For the best part of an hour, Moray were very much in the game at Inverness last Saturday, but league leaders Highland 2nd XV scored five tries in a hot last quarter to convincingly win the league fixture by 54 points to 5.

The Inverness side kicked off on a miserably wet and windy afternoon and four minutes into the game, they took the lead. A surging run at centre created the damage and a simple offload allowed a converted try to be scored for 7-0.

Moray tried to respond and had good field position but could not make much headway against a tight defence.

In the 13th minute, from a ruck in their own half, Highland broke blind and swift hands created space and a second converted try was scored for 14-0.

Five minutes later, they made it 21-0 when they scored off a line steal in the visitors 22.

In the last 15 minutes of the half, the Elgin side set up a couple of good opportunities but inaccuracy and strong defence held them out.

Moray started the second half brightly and in the 47th minute got themselves on the board.

A penalty allowed them to progress to an attacking line, 10 metres out. Clean ball was taken and driven. A few phases later, Lewis Scott received the ball and with support, made the line. Rory Millar could not add the conversion points in the strong wind leaving the score at 21-5.

In the 65th minute, the home side stretched the lead to 26-5 when after a suspect knock-on, some good open supporting play took them to the line.

The game was halted for 10 minutes when a Highland player received a bad head injury and required to taken from the field by stretcher.

The Inverness side were re-energised when the game restarted and in a very strong free flowing, passing and supporting display in the last 10 minutes, they added four converted tries for a final score of 54 points to 5.

Moray had competed well and created opportunities in the first hour of the game but Highland 2nds are worthy leaders of the league, play a fast open game and the display in the last 10 minutes was exceptional with excellent support to the ball by both forwards and backs.

This Saturday, Moray are at home to Aberdeen Grammar School with kick-off at 12.15.

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(2019/20 Results)
Aberdeenshire 14 48
Highland 2nd XV 12 47
Ab'deen Gram 2nd XV 13 35
Mackie Academy 14 33
Banff 14 31
Moray 14 29
North Police 12 28
Ross Sutherland 11 18

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1st XV Season (2019/20)
Mackie Academy FP 19 - 21 Moray
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