Five directors added

2nd June, 2016 •
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Written By: Graeme Macleod •
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FOLLOWING last night's EGM, the club can confirm the appointment of five new directors to the board of Nairn County Football Club Limited.

Scott MacDonald, Ian Finlayson, Shona Devine, Gillian McWilliam and Graeme Macleod all take up their posts with immediate effect.

Scott MacDonald works in Logistics with the Royal Air Force, who he has served for the last 28 years and is based in Lossiemouth. He was a Category One referee for seven years officiating in the SPL and refereed in the Highland League for 15 years. His final match was the 2011 Highland League Cup final, where Nairn County defeated Fraserburgh 4-0 and he was the President of the Moray & Banff Referees Association from 2010 to 2012. He joined the Nairn County Management Committee in 2012 following the Scottish Cup tie with Forfar Athletic.

Lifelong fan Ian Finlayson joined the club's Management Committee last season following in his late father, Sandy's, footsteps. He works as a Civil Servant in Inverness and previously spearheaded the successful "We Believe" fans' Facebook page, the driving force behind the Supporters' Ground Improvements Fund, which raised over £70,000.

Shona Devine is an Accounts Manager with Macrae's Travel on Nairn High Street. She has been a member of the Nairn County Management Committee since the 1999/2000 season and is currently Assistant Club Treasurer as well as being the Boardroom Host on match days.

Gillian McWilliam has been the club's Head of Youth Administration for the last 12 seasons and is also Nairn County's Club Licensing representative. She has also worked as a Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages and a Customer Services Officer with Highland Council.

Graeme Macleod is a lifelong Nairn County supporter and started his involvement with the club as programme editor in 2002 while still at school. He has also been a Station Park ballboy and played at every youth level for the club. After living in Edinburgh and then playing for Nairn St Ninian for three years, he reprised his role as programme editor in 2013 and now produces all content for the club's official website and Facebook page. He is currently employed as a Service Centre Trainer with Capgemini in Nairn.

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