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Wait for Highland League game continues for Strathspey Thistle


By Gavin Musgrove

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The long wait for the first Highland League game of the season for Strathspey Thistle continues.

This weekend's clash when the Jags were due to host Lossiemouth United has been called off because of the snow.

The league took the early decision citing that the forecast was for the freezing spell to remain and there was little prospect of the pitch being playable.

A Highland League spokesperson said: "The match between Strathspey Thistle and Lossiemouth scheduled for Saturday has been postponed due to a snowbound pitch.

"The weather forecast indicates that there is very little prospect of a change in pitch condition by Saturday."

The club has only played one game so far this season, already delayed due to Covid, and that was a 4-0 reverse in the Scottish Cup to in-form Buckie Thistle last month


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