Highland fixture list hit by weather

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Several of today’s Highland games have been postponed due to the weather. Three of the day’s Highland League cup ties are off due to waterlogged pitches – Forres v Formartine, Rothes v Keith and Buckie Thistle v Fraserburgh. Meanwhile, the league clash between Wick Academy and Strathspey Thistle has also been postponed.

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