A FANTASTIC display of intense, attacking football gave Nairn County a stunning win at Keith on a boggy pitch at a rainswept Kynoch Park.
Craig MacAskill opened the scoring for the hosts just two minutes in but Robbie Duncanson guided home an Archie Macphee cross to equalise on 19 minutes.Macphee put the visitors in front on 37 minutes as he curled home his third goal in as many games.
Daniel Moore made it three a minute after the restart with an exquisite chip before doubling his tally on 50 minutes when his deep free kick evaded everybody and nestled in the bottom corner of the net.
Nairn continued to put their hosts to the sword and Gregg Main's neat finish from a tight angle on 65 minutes made it five.
Seven minutes later, debutant Alan Pollock netted his first goal for the club as he crashed a fine, 22-yard effort over the goalkeeper and into the net.
Adam Naismith was then denied a stonewall penalty and this only served to fire up the wiry full back as he smacked a long range piledriver in off the post for goal number seven on 73 minutes.
John Cameron rounded off the scoring as he nodded home a cross from the left on 78 minutes to complete a highly impressive 8-1 success for Nairn.
Pictures by Donald Matheson