Friday, March 26, 2010

See Inverness City FC at the Showfield

With both the Saints and Nairn County travelling away tomorrow there is still a chance to for stay at home fans to see some soccer.
Itinerant club Inverness City have been thrown out of the Nothern Meeting Park again so the cricket can go ahead. Clach and Caley aren't making their pitches available despite playing away so the nearest the City players can get to home for a 'home' fixture is the Showfield in Nairn.
Given the bitter aftertaste left in some quarters by the merger that brought about Caley-Thistle perhaps 'City' is a title that all Inverness fans can get behind, hopefully they will get a more permanent home and maybe even get as far as the Highland league one day. It will be interesting to see how much travelling support follows them to Nairn tomorrow.
Kick off 2.30 p.m. Entry free Inverness City v Glentanar
North Region Division 1


Anonymous said...

Would rather stay in and watch paint dry than watch Inverness City play.
No, A nice afternoon in front of the TV with Soccer Saturday on for me thank you very much.

PROUD DAN said...

How are ya doeeeeen, what i cheek
youve got come & watch some Inverness talent on show there is
Simon Smithton, Sandy Scorgouie,
Harry Hilton, Kenny Kessock,Calum
Culloden, Charlie Cradelhall,
Colin Castle-Heather, Larry Lochardhill, Hugh Haugh, Bertie Bught,Terry Torvean, Subs Kevin Kinmylies, Bill Balifeary, Innes Inshes,Cuthbert Culcabock.
Sorry to be Petty.

Proud to be Local said...

Proud Dan nice to see its all local lads in your squad.
Thats where Mr Mowbray went wrong
his first signings should have been
Gordie Gorbals- Geoff Govan-
Malky Maryhill,etc etc

Saints Holly said...

Why on earth would Nairn folks go to watch Inverness City? They dont go and watch Nairn St Ninian.

Sinner Ivy said...

Why???? Saints Holly