Written by Nairn County FC September 6th 2018

NAIRN County is delighted to have continued support from John Gordon and Son for the club's under-20s team. The partnership is now entering its second full season after the timber company came on board during the 2016/17 campaign. Club chairman Donald Matheson said: "It is great for us to continue our partnership with one of the most successful and recognisable firms in Nairn by way of sponsorship of our under-20s team. "The under-20s is a crucial level for the club, giving players an ideal grounding before they make the final step to the first team and we would not be able to continue with the team without the support of John Gordon and Son." The under-20s compete in the North of Scotland League with fixtures taking place on Monday evenings. The team has also entered the Football Times Cup and North Caledonian Cup for North Caledonian League clubs. All home matches are played at Station Park and the next league fixture is a home meeting with Clachnacuddin on Monday September 24th. Ronald M. Gordon (left centre) and Scott Gordon (left centre) of John Gordon & Son are pictured with under-20s coaches Stuart Finnie (far left) and Mark Greig (far right). Graeme Macleod

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