The Staggies – who’ve made eight summer time additions – cruised to victory of their first recreation since coming back from a six-day coaching camp in Verona final week.
Kazeem Olaigbe and Jordy Hiwula had been among the many scorers, with Victor Loturi, Ben Purrington, Yan Dhanda and Owura Edwards additionally that includes.
Ross County supervisor Malky Mackay was happy to present supporters a primary glimpse of his new signings within the 4-1 pleasant win over Brora Rangers.
Mackay confirmed Jack Baldwin, Jordan Tillson and new addition George Harmon had been disregarded as a precaution as a consequence of niggling accidents.
The Staggies boss was happy with the work-out forward of Saturday’s Premier Sports activities Cup opener away to Buckie Thistle.
He mentioned: “It was a great begin for us. We had a tough working week out in Italy, the place I didn’t wish to play video games. I wished that to be heavy coaching periods.
“It’s a great one for us to come back again and play, after which go right into a aggressive recreation on the weekend in opposition to Buckie.
“We put two groups out and bought all of them 45 minutes.
“We had three or 4 that had niggles that didn’t get entangled, so we introduced just a few of the 16-year-old youngsters in.
“It additionally allowed the brand new lads to begin to get to know the sample of play, and attending to know the gamers.
“It’s an opportunity for folks to begin to see the character of what a participant is when he comes, and why we’ve introduced him in.”
Brora boss Craig Campbell felt the Staggies supplied a wonderful full-time take a look at for his facet.
He mentioned: “It was our second pre-season recreation, and it was excellent for the health ranges.
“The motion and the tempo in Ross County group was very spectacular. It was an entire new stage for us.
“Within the first half particularly, I don’t suppose we dealt with the best way they moved our bodies about.