Nairn County will host Ross County, in what is becoming an annual friendly fixture, on the 16th of July with KO at 7:30 pm. This is subject to the progress of Station Park improvements and it will be probably the only home friendly owing to on-going work.
Formartine UNited 1 Nairn County 3
Wick Academy 1 Nairn County 0
Huntly 3 Nairn County 2
NAIRN COUNTY 4 ROTHES 1
KEITH 1 NAIRN COUNTY 2
A major 'Ground Improvements' funding drive by Nairn County Supporters continues at a breath taking speed We have seen everything from traditional Coffeee Mornings - Whisky Tasting and of course the 'Panel Beaters' contributions.
An impressive £12,000 plus has been raised to date, which will make a major impact towards the costs associated with improving Station Park.
Further events are planned and include:
On 19th May Fish 'n Hits will be held at the Castle Square from 12:30 'til 5:00. Great music and special price suppers from the Dolphin Restaurant.
On May 20th Caroline Mackay is hosting a Tombola at the Seaforth Club. All donations of raffle prizes are welcome.
Donald Wilson has secured the use of the Nairn Library's display window to promote the fundraising campaign between May 13 - 20th.
Tickets for the Musical Showcase on Saturday June 1st continue to sell exceptionally well and this event is well on its way to a sell out. To make sure you don't miss out, purchase a ticket from the Community Centre or the Westerlea, priced at £8.
Ali Nicol is organising a sponsored climb up Ben Nevis in September and has already recruited a number of the Group to be involved. He hopes to raise £2000 and further informatioon is available on the webelive web site. Note as at 5th May only one place left!
Stewart McInnes plans to organised a Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) night later in the year and has been in discussions with MMA event organisers. "MMA is the fastest growing sport in the UK and I am hopeful of putting an exhibition night on later this year. It would bring something different to the town." Stewart is also looking to secure sponsorship for the event to cover costs.
Clearly many people have put a huge amount of effort into these and earlier events. It is not possible to thank them all here but a 'special thank you' goes to both the Nairnshire Telegraph and a Gurn from Nurn who have advertised and promoted to the benefit of the Club.