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Nairn County 0 Brora Rangers 4 - Reaction

30th July, 2016 •
Posted In: Match Reactions
Written By: Graeme Macleod •
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IF Highland League championships were handed out for heart, effort and commitment to the cause then Nairn County would be strong favourites for success this season based on today's opening match of the campaign, writes Graeme Macleod.

Ronnie Sharp's side may have gone down by a harsh four goals to nil but they never stopped running and never stopped working for one another despite possession and goal scoring chances being at a…

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Nairn County 0 Brora Rangers 4 - Report

30th July, 2016 •
Posted In: Match Reports
Written By: Graeme Macleod •
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HARD-working Nairn County refused to yield and stood strong against a Brora Rangers onslaught in the season-opener at Station Park, writes Graeme Macleod.

The bookies never gave Nairn a chance with some pricing 8/1 for a County win and although the outcome was never in doubt from the moment Steven Mackay broke the deadlock with just two minutes on the clock, the hosts dug in and a four-goal deficit was probably harsh…

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Nairn County v Brora Rangers - Preview

29th July, 2016 •
Posted In: Match Previews
Written By: Graeme Macleod •
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THE waiting is almost over and the season is about to start with well-fancied Brora Rangers making the trip to Station Park in what will be Ronnie Sharp and Grant Munro's first competitive game in charge of their new sides.

The fortunes of the two clubs over the summer months could not have been more contrasting with financial constraints seeing Nairn lose 13 players and Sharp having just over a fortnight to…

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Riddell and Kerr return

28th July, 2016 •
Posted In: Squad News
Written By: Graeme Macleod •
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NAIRN County completed the first two signings of the Ronnie Sharp Revolution tonight, writes Graeme Macleod.

Calum Riddell and Gary Kerr have both put pen to paper on one-year deals at Station Park.

The pair featured for County as trialists this summer making a positive impression by plundering goals in the pre-season friendly fixtures against Nairn St Ninian and Inverness City.

Boss Ronnie Sharp was delighted to bring in both players in what is…

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New deals for Ednie and Macleod

27th July, 2016 •
Posted In: Squad News
Written By: Graeme Macleod •
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Callum Ednie and Ryan Macleod have agreed new contracts with Nairn County.

Left back Ednie joined the club last season and featured for the under-20s in the North of Scotland League.

That caught the eye of new boss Ronnie Sharp, who has included Ednie in pre-season training since taking over manager's role on July 11th.

The youngster, who is still eligible to feature for the under-20s, came off the bench for the first team…

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Spey Valley United 4 Nairn County U20s 2

27th July, 2016 •
Posted In: Youth News
Written By: Graeme Macleod •
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TWO cracking strikes from Matty Macleod saw Nairn County U20s lead Spey Valley United at half time although the Juniors side battled back to record a 4-2 win in this friendly at Cromdale.

It was an impressive first half showing from Ally Munro's team although tired legs caught up with his troops after the break in their second game in three days.

Spey Valley took an early lead through a looping header but Matty…

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