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Nairn County 0 Ross County 3 - Reaction

30th June, 2018 •
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Written By: Graeme Macleod •
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RONNIE Sharp heaped praise on his captain Gregg Main after the midfielder flew through his testimonial match in what was his first appearance since Anterior Cruciate Ligament Surgery at Christmas time.

The skipper played for 78 minutes as three headers handed Ross County a 3-0 win with Ross Draper opening the scoring in the first half before Liam Fontaine’s double after the interval sealed the Staggies’ success.

Sharp said: “Gregg has been fantastic…

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Gregg Main Testimonial Reaction

30th June, 2018 •
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Written By: Graeme Macleod •
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FOURTEEN months out injured took its toll on Nairn County captain Gregg Main as he made a successful return to the field after Anterior Cruciate Ligament surgery. Although it was hard to tell with the energetic performance from the midfielder, he confessed to being heavy-legged having been in the side which succumbed to headers from Ross Draper and Liam Fontaine, who netted twice.

The Station Park skipper said: “It was good to…

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Nairn County 0 Ross County 3 - Report

30th June, 2018 •
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Written By: Graeme Macleod •
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THREE cross balls proved to be Nairn County’s undoing in Gregg Main’s Testimonial Match against Ross County at Station Park. The man mountain Liam Fontaine helped himself to a second-half double after the similarly-powerful Ross Draper had headed home the opener before the interval.

The visitors found some joy down the right early on with the lively Josh Mullin putting across some inviting deliveries but Nairn goalkeeper Dylan Maclean displayed some good…

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Nairn County v Ross County - Preview

29th June, 2018 •
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Written By: Graeme Macleod •
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FOOTBALL is back at Station Park as preparations for the 2018/19 Scottish Highland Football League season start with a pre-season friendly against Ross County, which will serve as a testimonial match for County skipper, Gregg Main.

The midfielder has endured a torrid time with an anterior cruciate ligament injury, which has kept him on the sidelines for over a year. But following successful surgery in December, the 31-year-old is back and raring…

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New under-20s kit revealed

25th June, 2018 •
Posted In: Youth News
Written By: Graeme Macleod •
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NAIRN County Football Club is delighted to be sporting the logo of the Calum Riddell Foundation on their under-20s shirts in the new season.

The new kit was revealed at Station Park tonight and is yellow with a black stripe down the sleeve. The Puma-branded gear has the retro NCFC logo on the left of the chest, the badge of the Calum Riddell Foundation in the middle of the chest and the…

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Ally Macleod

12th June, 2018 •
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Written By: Graeme Macleod •
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STATEMENT: Everyone at Nairn County has been saddened to hear of the passing of the club’s former assistant manager, Ally Macleod after a brave battle with Leukaemia. He was 37.

Macleod came to the club following a highly-successful spell as the coach of the Brora Rangers under-19s squad, guiding them to the latter stages of the Scottish Youth Cup on two occasions, where they enjoyed glamorous away ties at both Rangers and…

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