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Nairn County 2 Lossiemouth 1 - Reaction

29th October, 2016 •
Posted In: Match Reactions
Written By: Graeme Macleod •
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HOARSE Nairn County manager Ronnie Sharp recovered enough of his voice to give his views on a tension-ridden 2-1 victory over Lossiemouth and could not fail to express his delight at seeing his charges grind out another three points.

The visitors took the lead from the penalty spot early on following a foul by the returning Gregg Main but Callum Maclean swept home a leveller midway through the first half before Lossiemouth…

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Nairn County 2 Lossiemouth 1 - Report

29th October, 2016 •
Posted In: Match Reports
Written By: Graeme Macleod •
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JACK Maclean was the hero for Nairn County as they took care of Lossiemouth at Station Park.

The visitors broke the deadlock from the penalty spot 10 minutes in. Gregg Main fouled Scott Miller with a challenge from behind as the Lossiemouth attacker controlled a throw-in from the right with his back to goal. Referee Dan MacFarlane pointed to the spot and striker got up to dust himself down and covert from…

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Nairn County v Lossiemouth - Preview

28th October, 2016 •
Posted In: Match Previews
Written By: Graeme Macleod •
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IT is back to action for Nairn County as Lossiemouth visit Station Park in what will be Ronnie Sharp's side's first outing for a fortnight. Scottish Cup action last weekend that both Nairn and opponents, Lossiemouth sat idle ahead of what should be an entertaining encounter at Station Park.

Lossiemouth made a flying start to the season and have continued their positive progression as Charlie Charlesworth again works his magic at Grant…

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Clachnacuddin U20s 3 Nairn County U20s 1 - Report

24th October, 2016 •
Posted In: Youth News
Written By: Graeme Macleod •
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MISSED chances cost Nairn County under-20s as they suffered a 3-1 defeat at Clachnacuddin.

County fell behind in unfortunate circumstances on the second minute. Ewan McClaughlan's deep cross from the left was hacked into the Nairn net by visiting defender Andy Reid in his attempts to deal with the danger.

County responded well putting the hosts under some pressure and Nick Highet's stinging drive from 25 yards out after cutting in from the…

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Loan watch

21st October, 2016 •
Posted In: Squad News
Written By: Graeme Macleod •
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NAIRN St Ninian made it two wins from two with three players on loan from Nairn County thanks to a fine 4-2 home success over Forres Thistle last weekend.

Craig Munro played the full 90 minutes for the second game in succession with Reece Barton appearing as a second half substitute while Matty Macleod remained on the bench but bounced back with an impressive showing for the under-20s in their 4-0 trouncing…

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Taylor named U20s assistant

18th October, 2016 •
Posted In: Youth News
Written By: Graeme Macleod •
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UNDER-20s manager Stuart Finnie has confirmed Brian Taylor as his new assistant.

Taylor - known to many by his nickname, Stretch - returns to the Station Park coaching staff having previously worked with the youth team.

Since then, the 37-year-old has been coaching at Nairn St Ninian, where he first worked alongside Finnie.

The former defender is an ex-County player who went on to have a lengthy and successful playing career with Nairn St…

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