Seen a quote on social media from County player Glen Main's interview with the Courier following the amazingly entertaining 4-4 draw with local rivals Forres on Wednesday night at Station Park. He told the paper:
"There's fans that haven't come for years that are coming back and there's more of a buzz around the place. We were winning when Narden were here but it feels more of a community club: "There's great spirit about the club and everyone's fighting for each other. We're all in it together now and there's no big egos. We're equals wanting to win together.
"I'm a local boy and leaving never really crossed my mind. There's a brilliant feel about the club and it's just 11 boys on the field that do everything for the club. Guys on the bench do their bit and there's fans raising money all over the place. It's a good place to be just now."
Good for you Glen and your colleagues too - spot on comment. The good vibes seem to be extending all across the Nairn football spectrum too with everyone willing to assist each other for the benefit of football in the town. There was a fans charity game on Sunday up at Station Park and also across at the Showfield Nairn Ladies played a County youth select in another charity fundraiser. Saint Ninian are doing well too. It all seems to be coming together as the community gets behind soccer at all levels in Nairn.