Written by Nairn County FC November 20th 2017

GOALKEEPER Stephen Foster has returned to parent club Inverness CT following the end of his loan to Nairn County. The stopper was signed on a temporary deal at the end of pre-season and was able to play the final summer of the friendly with County running out 7-1 winners of New Elgin. He then made his competitive debut on the opening day of the Highland League season at Forres Mechanics. The 19-year-old made a total of 11 appearances for the club, keeping clean sheets in the home wins over Deveronvale and Whitehill Welfare. Manager Ronnie Sharp said: "We would like to thank Stephen for coming in and helping us out when we were looking for a goalkeeper at short notice and our thanks also go to Inverness CT for allowing Stephen to join us." Everyone at Nairn County wishes Stephen all the very best for his future career. Graeme Macleod

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