There's a home Derby at Station Park this Saturday when Les Fridge will be looking to consolidate the improved form of his side who came away with an impressive win in the tricky conditions they faced against Huntly at the weekend. Games against Clach are always an occasion and it is likely a few of the Merkinchers will be in town once again enjoying some light refreshment before the game. Come up and get some of the Station Park craic.
Equally important will be the top of the table fixture the U-17 Wee County side have against the same opposition on Sunday at the Nairn Academy pitches, kick off 13.00. Davy Mackinnon said on the Fans' We Believe Facebook page: " It would be great to get some people to come watch this one as it's a top of the table clash both teams unbeaten."
Here's a few pictures of the stars of the future in action against Brora recently. If you have some spare time this Sunday why not pop up to the Academy and take in what promises to be a very exciting game?
"Games against Clach are always an occasion"
I just love football speak
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