The temperature up in Rothes last night was several degrees cooler than down in Sunny Nairn. It soon started to drop even lower but it was still warm enough for the Moray midges to come out. Visiting Nairn fans who had installed themselves by the trees on the opposite side of the park from the stand retreated at half time to where the midges had trouble navigating the steady breeze flowing through the darkening night air. A bit gloomy then but not on the Park. For the first forty-five minutes County didn't manage to put the ball in the net despite several very good chances. In the second half the floodgates quickly opened with Gethins(2), Neil and Duncanson on the score sheet but there could have been more as County continued to rip through the Rothes defence. Rothes, to their credit, didn't let their heads go down too much and had some adventurous excursions into the Nairn half, culminating in a penalty kick. Match report here.