Wyness embarrassed by Grammar fade out
Aberdeen Grammar’s prospects of surviving in the top flight of the Scottish club game looked to be slim after an appallingly poor second-half performance by the home side handed Currie a first league win and a lifeline at the bottom of the Premiership.
While Currie coach Ally Donaldson was able to hail his side’s qualities, opposite number Kevin Wyness admitted to being embarrassed by the performance after watching his lacklustre charges fade out of the game.
Yet Aberdeen had put in a sound three-try opening half-hour based on solid scrummaging and back-row play boosted by the effervescent Tony McGinness and the ball-carrying skills of Tom Preece.
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