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INVERNESS stalwart Russell Duncan is desperate to regain Highland bragging rights by dumping Ross County out of the ALBA Cup in today's semi-final.

Caley Thistle lost the first derby of the season 3-1 at home in August and sit four points behind the resurgent Dingwall outfit in the First Division table.

But Duncan, who won the Challenge Cup in 2003, is eager to exact revenge at Caledonian Stadium today.

He said: "When we were in the SPL we were the top Highland club but County have the bragging rights at the moment. We want them back."

Duncan faces old team-mates Gary Wood and Iain Vigurs today and he said: "I'm sure the texts will be flying whatever the result.

"I live across the road from some County players so maybe I'll give them a few hand gestures through the window!"
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Sunday Mail (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Oct 4, 2009
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