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Football: Cul dudes aim high; SCOTTISH CUP... Culter v Huntly.

CONFIDENT Culter reckon they can make Cup history today by dumping Highland League Huntly.

The Aberdeen juniors are dreaming of making the fourth round and landing a glamour tie.Manager Bobby Gray, the former Forres and Keith keeper, said: "The place is buzzing. The prospect of the next round is a great carrot for both of us. We have belief in our ability but it'll be tough.I watched Huntly against Inverurie and they have a great work ethic while the talents of Russell Guild and Gary McGowan really stood out."

Ex-Highland League star Graeme Cadger is suspended for Culter.Huntly are minus central defenders Ross Campbell, Lee MacGregor and Craig Cunningham.
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Nov 24, 2007
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