Football: Rover and out for No.3; SOUTH & EAST.
The South League leaders face St Cuthbert Wanderers at Kirkcudbright and a club spokesman said: "We've had a good season so far but we are being badly hit by injuries. We have half a dozen players affected."
Tarff are also in the Challenge Cup final and play the winners of Monday's semi-final between Annan Athletic and Queen of the South at Galabank.
Annan are in the driving seat in the East Premier Division with a five-point lead over Spartans and six over Whitehill Welfare, who also have two games in hand.
Secretary Alan Irving said: "We've got everything to play for and we seem to be getting stronger every game."
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|Publication:||Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)|
|Date:||Apr 29, 2000|
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