St Cuthbert Wanderers co-manager says players were "immense" in reduction to Upper Annandale


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St Cuthbert Wanderers co-manager Craig Fraser feels their people had been “immense” inside their starting day conquer to Upper Annandale.

A goal 20 moments from time saw the Kirkcudbright part kick-off this new promotion with a narrow beat at St Mary’s Park however the outcome had been the sole downer when it comes to administration staff.

Fraser said: “It’s a disappointing outcome considering we had been home in-front of your very own followers but we can’t be down in the overall performance. I was thinking the people, to a person, had been enormous.

“We emerged from the field quickly, we passed the basketball really, played some great baseball and we also developed 2 or 3 opportunities in the 1st five or 10 moments. It absolutely was one of days past as soon as we couldn’t do just about anything within the last 3rd. It absolutely wasn’t simply our strikers that has opportunities, our broad people had opportunities and our midfielders too.

“Uppers got a target 20 moments through the end. They usually have finalized lots of experienced experts. Following the objective they sat as well as performedn’t provide us with much room to work well with. They defended, they weren’t enthusiastic about getting a moment objective as well as got the effect.

“The boys weren’t downhearted if they arrived down simply because they understood that they had played well.”

Saints have actually recently earned previous Threave duo Dale Milligan and Luke McMurtrie, the second playing at straight back on Saturday, with previous Fleet celebrity guy Jamie Gray and ex-Greystone Rovers’ under-17s player Kyle McDonald additionally registering to enhance the squad to 22 players.

This week-end they face a visit to Ayrshire to battle Southern of Scotland League newboys Bonnyton Thistle.

Fraser said: “We wished to get three things therefore we could go in to the unknown in the straight back of a beneficial outcome. They received 1-1 with Creetown on Saturday nonetheless it’s the beginning of the summer season so that it’s difficult to evaluate. We’ll have a much better concept if they perform Newton Stewart on Wednesday evening.

“We’ll get there of course we perform like we performed on Saturday and just take chances then I’m confident we’ll have a positive outcome.”

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