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Wins for Carisbrooke, Kinloss Sappers and Mosset Tavern in Milligan's Removals and Storage Forres and Nairn Welfare League

By Craig Christie

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Carisbrooke clocked up their fourth straight win in Forres and Nairn welfare football's west conference.

Carisbrooke have made a perfect start to the season.
Carisbrooke have made a perfect start to the season.

The Forres side top their division following a 5-2 success over east conference visitors Caberfeidh on Thursday.

Kinloss Sappers remain four points off the pace in the west despite a 4-1 victory over The Vikings.

West league table
West league table

A first half scoring spree took the army side to victory after a Callum Ewen free kick had given Vikings the lead.

Strikes by Demba, Menzies (pen), Mallinson and Sutcliffe turned it around for Kinloss.

There were plenty goals at Elgin's Dovecot Park where Elgin Caledonian were edged out by Mosset Tavern.

East league table
East league table

All seven strikes came in a pulsating first 45 minutes with Craig Harrold, Ethan Marini and Euan Fairgrieve on target for Caley while Gregor Ewan (2), Andrew Lloyd and Cameron Grant replying for Mosset.

The McIntosh Rosebowl draw has been made with two Forres-Elgin battles in the opening wild card round.

Mosset Tavern will host the Vikings on June 21 while Caberfeidh are at home to Forres Mechanics under-20s, with the winners meeting in the quarter-finals.

Kinloss host Elgin Thistle in the last eight with Elgin Albion welcoming Riverside Thistle and Elgin Caledonian at home to Carisbrooke.

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