100 Years - Book now released!

16th June, 2014 •
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Written By: Graeme Macleod •
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A BOOK chronicling the history of Nairn County Football Club is now on sale.

The History of Nairn County FC: 100 Years in the Highland League by Graeme Macleod, Donald Wilson and Bill Logan was launched at a champagne reception in the Playhouse Bar, Nairn on Saturday.

The book is now available to buy at Strachans Newsagents, Nairn Bookshop and Town Barbers, all on Nairn High Street and through the official Nairn County…


SHFL Pyramid System

12th June, 2014 •
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Written By: John Grant (Secretary The SHFL) •
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Summary Notes on SHFL Pyramid System

January 31st – all clubs capable of becoming League Champions (based on points total & number of games to play ) identify themselves.

By March 31st- all potential League Champions apply to SPFL for membership (clubs unable to achieve championship status need not apply).

Application - clubs will detail their ability to comply with entry requirements as per SPFL Rules and confirm club’s willingness to comply with Rules…


Friendly Fixtures

4th June, 2014 •
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Written By: Robert Manson •
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The start of the season Friendly Fixtures are as follows:

On Thursday 10th July Nairn County is away to Elgin City with a KO time at 7:45. This should be a really exciting encounter with much interest of the different levels of play between a leading Scottish Highland League club and a leading Scottish League 2 club.

Saturday 12th July we warmly welcome Scottish League 1 club Airdrieonians F.C. to Station Park with…


Conor Gethins chosen as 'Player of the Year' in the SHFL

2nd June, 2014 •
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CONOR Gethins scooped the Highland League Player of the Year award for the second successive season.

The striker bagged 41 goals despite missing 10 games through injury to take him on to 108 goals in 108 games since joining the club from Peterhead in 2011.

Gethins is only the third player to win the award in back-to-back seasons to underline his status as undoubtedly the finest player in Highland League football.

Picture by Donald…