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HIGHLAND AND MINOR FIXTURES.

Ross County delivered a shattering blow to postman Mark Holmes when they released him last week.

But the 23-year-old winger has vowed to bounce back - and a host of Highland League sides are lining up to give him the chance.

The former Falkirk target admitted: "I was getting up at 4am on Saturdays for my job and by kick-off time I was fit to drop.

"It's difficult to perform to the best of your ability at any level when you are so tired you can hardly keep your eyes open.

"Manager Neale Cooper called me in last week and said he hadn't heard enough positive feedback about me.

"Now I've had a wee rest and I'm holding out for an offer from a part- time Scottish League side - although my aim is to go full-time."
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Jan 31, 1998
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