Invergordon look to put a poor start behind them in the last eight

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North Caledonian League champions Invergordon will seek their first victory of the season when they take on Bonar Bridge at the Recreation Grounds in the quarter-finals of the Football Times Cup.

Invergordon are looking for their first victory in any competition this season.

Invergordon have had a disastrous start to the campaign, having lost both of their league games against Alness United and Loch Ness.

Moreover, they suffered a 5-1 hammering against Newtongrange Star on their Scottish Cup debut last month when they were knocked out of the preliminary round.

Bonar Bridge are also looking for their first win of the season as they have lost their opening two matches in the North Caledonian League.

The Tain St Duthus side will travel to Dammies to take on Thurso as both sides seek to progress to the last four of the competition.

The Saints have enjoyed a stunning start to the season with a 100% record in all competitions.

Loch Ness and County Nairn A will be looking to progress when the two teams meet tomorrow at King George V Park in Fortrose.

The two teams had different starts to the North Caledonian League campaign.

Loch Ness remained unbeaten in the league with two wins and one loss as they sit in second place.

Nairn County A sits 10th in the North Caledonian League with one win and two losses so far this season.

Clachnacuddin A had a difficult start to their return to the North Caledonian League, having lost their opening two matches and are bottom of the table on goal difference.

They will be looking to qualify for the semi-finals of the Football Times Cup when they face Golspie Sutherland at King George V Park.

A match is taking place in the North Caledonian League as Fort William take on Orkney at Claggan Park.

All matches last Saturday were canceled as a sign of respect for Queen Elizabeth II.

Last Wednesday’s games were also due to be postponed following the Queen’s death.

But the North Caledonian Football Association changed its mind earlier this week after consulting with clubs to allow matches to go ahead in midweek.


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