Nairn County v Inverness CT - Preview

6th July, 2018 •
Posted In: Match Previews
Written By: Graeme Macleod •
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THE second pre-season match of the summer sees Nairn County welcome another Championship title-hopeful to Station Park as Inverness CT follow in the footsteps of their local rivals, Ross County with a visit to Station Park.

That match against the Staggies got the home side’s round of pre-season fixtures underway as they paid tribute to club captain Gregg Main, who made a successful return from a 14-month injury layoff with an 80-minute performance in the midfield engine room.

County now go into their second match of the summer against John Robertson’s men, who are already well and up and running with their pre-season preparations having already taken on four Highland League sides prior to this visit to Station Park.

You can follow live updates from the match through the club’s official media channels by logging on to or following @NairnCounty on Twitter, where you will find team lines before kick-off and updates of all the talking points from the match as it progresses, with a report available on the final whistle. Preview below:

Date: Friday July 6th 2018

Competition: Pre-Season Friendly

Kick-off: 1930

Opponents: Inverness CT

Manager: John Robertson

Venue: Station Park, Nairn

Previous meeting: n/a

Last time out: n/a

League position: n/a

Form guides: n/a

Team news: Danny Highet and Stephen Mackenzie both missed the Gregg Main Testimonial Match through injury but the duo has come through a full week of training unscathed and are ready for their first appearances of pre-season in this visit from Scottish Championship hopefuls, Inverness CT. Manager Ronnie Sharp is hoping to be able to include a trialist for this one, giving him a matchday squad of 22 players with youngsters Joe Cuthbert, Seamus McConaghy and Cameron Maclean left out with the under-20s team due to start their pre-season programme of fixtures next week.

Match officials: Referee Harry Bruce, Assistants Lee Robertson and John Black.

Weather forecast: Sunny intervals and breezy 18 degrees 9 mph wind.

Admission prices: Adults £8 Concessions £5.


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