Written by Nairn County FC April 10th 2022

Nairn County Football Club can confirm that Chairman Donald Matheson will stand down from his position at the end of the season.

Mr Matheson will remain a member of the club’s Management Committee.

Upon learning of Donald’s decision, the Committee unanimously agreed to offer him the role of Honorary President, the details of which will be confirmed in due course. We are delighted that Mr Matheson has accepted.

Donald said:

“It has been an eventful, challenging and overall, enjoyable six years as Chairman of the club but I feel that the time is now right for me to step aside.

“It has been an honour and a privilege to have served our great club as its Chairman. I have met some fantastic people along the way throughout the Highland League family and I look forward to maintaining these friendships and working relationships.

“I have to thank everyone who has served on our Management Committee throughout my period as Chairman for all the backing I have received and lastly, my family and wife, Susan, who have provided me with unwavering support over the last six years.”

Mr Matheson took over as Chairman in June 2016, initially for an interim period and will stand down following our home match against Turriff United next Saturday after completing six seasons at the helm.

The club would like to thank Donald for all his service as Chairman and will now begin the search for his replacement.

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