Written by Nairn County FC June 2nd 2015

TICKETS for Martin MacDonald’s Testimonial Match between Nairn County and Aberdeen go on sale this Saturday. The fixture takes place on Tuesday July 21st (kick off: 8.00 pm). Ticket prices have been set at £10 for adults and £5 for concessions as Nairn County pay tribute to their long-serving centre half. Tickets will be available to buy from Strachan’s newsagents, Uncle Bobs Bar, Pat Fraser Electrical, Town Barber (all Nairn High Street), Westerlea Hotel (Inverness Road) and Bridgemill Direct (Forres Road). Testimonial Committee member Donald ‘Dodo’ Graham said: “We anticipate one of the biggest crowds in Station Park’s recent history on the night, so I would urge everyone who intends to come to the game to buy their tickets as soon as they can. “Although a cash gate will be open ahead of kick off, it will assist with supporters’ entry to the ground and ease congestion if as many people as possible can buy their tickets in advance. “There is also entry to a half time raffle included in the ticket price with the chance to win an Aberdeen shirt or a Nairn County shirt signed by either side on the night.” He added: “We have been in touch with Derek McInnes and everyone at Aberdeen is very much looking forward to the occasion. Derek has promised to bring a strong team through for the match and they are delighted to be taking part in Bobo’s big night.” To purchase match tickets, attend one of the above outlets or speak to a member of the Testimonial Committee. Graeme Macleod

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