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Jags assistant Charlie Brown says Seafield Park is happy place again

By Gavin Musgrove

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Charlie Brown and Robbie Flett are assisting caretaker boss Mike Rae.
Charlie Brown and Robbie Flett are assisting caretaker boss Mike Rae.

Jags assistant boss Charlie Brown has said Seafield Park is finally a happy place again after months of misery.

He was commenting after the Grantown side made it two wins in a row with a victory over fellow basement side Clach on Saturday.

Iain Ross and Daniel Whitehorn got the goals which have seen the Jags move onto 10 points in the past two weeks after being stuck on four points for so long.

Brown told the Strathy: “Everyone is pretty happy just now especially given the way the players are performing in getting the results.

“It is great to see some happy faces after the final whistle.”

He continued: “The boys are buzzing but we have said to them it’s Nairn this Saturday and they need to be prepared.

“It is a game that if we play to our full potential then we could come away with something.

“But we can not get carried away because Nairn are a good team and they will come at us on Saturday and we will need to be prepared for that.

“It will be a battle again and hopefully the boys will put in the same level of performances, commitment and attitude.”

The Jags have picked up maximum points in their last two outings, following a 3-0 win the previous weekend away to Deveronvale.

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