BROTHERS Adam and Ross Naismith were both on scoresheet as Nairn County dumped Fort William 4-0 for the second time in three Saturdays, writes Graeme Macleod.
County opened the scoring on 18 minutes when a Conor Gethins shot rebounded to Adam Naismith and the full back showed a cool head to round the grounded goalkeeper and roll the ball home.
Gethins was then fouled in the penalty and despatching the resulting penalty with a aplomb to double his side's advantage seven minutes after half time.
The game was over as a contest on 68 minutes as County added a third. Ross Naismith's effort from a tight angle on the right seemed to deceive Fort William goalkeeper David Osborne as it beat the stopper - who appeared to be anticipating a cut back - at the near post.
And substitute John Cameron wrapped up the win just a minute after coming off the bench as he latched on to a perfect Gethins through ball to fire the ball through the legs of the advancing Osborne 16 minutes from time.
Pictures by Donald Matheson