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High Ormlie Hotspur still on top in Caithness fair play table


By Alan Hendry

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High Ormlie Hotspur and Staxigoe United, who contested the Eain Mackintosh Cup final on Saturday, are at opposite ends of the Caithness AFA Division One fair play table. Picture: James Gunn
High Ormlie Hotspur and Staxigoe United, who contested the Eain Mackintosh Cup final on Saturday, are at opposite ends of the Caithness AFA Division One fair play table. Picture: James Gunn

High Ormlie Hotspur are still setting an example for others to follow in the Caithness AFA Division One fair play standings, with an average of 1.263 points against them so far this season. They have had 24 bookings and no sendings off.

The scoring system is based on the number of yellow and red cards received in league games (one point for a yellow card and either three points or five points for red cards, depending on the seriousness of the offence).

Staxigoe United continue to prop up the fair play league in the top flight, with an average of 3.063 points per game after picking up 40 yellow cards and three reds.

Thurso Acks are the best-behaved side in Division Two, with Halkirk at the bottom.

Caithness AFA fair play league standings (up to July 5) Division One: 1 High Ormlie Hotspur, average points per game 1.263; 2 John O'Groats, 1.462; 3 Pentland United, 1.737; 4 Wick Groats, 1.833; 5 Wick Thistle, 2.267; 6 Castletown, 2.385; 7 Lybster, 2.500; 8 Staxigoe United, 3.063.

Division Two: 1 Acks, 1.154; 2 Thurso Pentland, 1.182; 3 Swifts, 1.357; 4 Watten, 1.385; 5 Top Joe's, 1.417; 6 Keiss, 1.538; 1.778; 7 Halkirk, 2.071.

Meanwhile, Pentland United striker James Murray is still leading the way in the scoring charts in Caithness AFA Division One with 20 league goals so far this season. Olly Manton of Keiss remains the top marksman in Division Two with 13.


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