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Cash grant will help Highland League football clubs resume from coronavirus break

Cash grant will help Highland League football clubs resume from coronavirus break

Cash grant will help Highland League football clubs resume from coronavirus break

HIGHLAND League football clubs will receive grant money to help them return to action from the coronavirus pandemic shutdown.


IN PICTURES: Forres Mechanics back in training after lockdown

IN PICTURES: Forres Mechanics back in training after lockdown

IN PICTURES: Forres Mechanics back in training after lockdown

THE Cans have started their preparations for a shortened Highland League campaign.


Highland League Cup 2020-21 will be made up of two groups of six and one group of five, split into geographical zones

Highland League Cup 2020-21 will be made up of two groups of six and one group of five, split into geographical zones

Highland League Cup 2020-21 will be made up of two groups of six and one group of five, split into geographical zones

NEXT season's Highland League Cup will be split into three geographical sections in a brand new group stage format.


New signings "tick all the boxes" says Forres Mechanics manager Charlie Rowley

New signings "tick all the boxes" says Forres Mechanics manager Charlie Rowley

New signings "tick all the boxes" says Forres Mechanics manager Charlie Rowley

DALE Wood and Jack Grant signed for Mechanics on Friday.


Forres Mechanics sign Dale Wood from Rothes and bring in ex-Ross County teenager Jack Grant

Forres Mechanics sign Dale Wood from Rothes and bring in ex-Ross County teenager Jack Grant

Forres Mechanics sign Dale Wood from Rothes and bring in ex-Ross County teenager Jack Grant

FORRES Mechanics have made two signings for the forthcoming Highland League season.


Forres Thistle raise £2193 for Mental Mechanics charity and Forres Girls FC with 24-hour running challenge

Forres Thistle raise £2193 for Mental Mechanics charity and Forres Girls FC with 24-hour running challenge

Forres Thistle raise £2193 for Mental Mechanics charity and Forres Girls FC with 24-hour running challenge

FORRES Thistle went the extra mile to raise more than £2000 for two good causes in a charity running challenge.


Huge success of Scotland's first online football refereeing introductory course has prompted Moray and Banff Referees to repeat the exercise in September

Huge success of Scotland's first online football refereeing introductory course has prompted Moray and Banff Referees to repeat the exercise in September

Huge success of Scotland's first online football refereeing introductory course has prompted Moray and Banff Referees to repeat the exercise in September

MORAY and Banff Referees did the first online introductory course in Scotland this year, and they are looking to recruit more whistlers in September.


Highland League secretary Rod Houston is planning for a mid-October start to the season, with fixtures set to be drawn up by the beginning of September

Highland League secretary Rod Houston is planning for a mid-October start to the season, with fixtures set to be drawn up by the beginning of September

Highland League secretary Rod Houston is planning for a mid-October start to the season, with fixtures set to be drawn up by the beginning of September

THE Highland League is on course for a mid-October return to football.


Forres Thistle 24-hour run to raise cash for local causes

Forres Thistle 24-hour run to raise cash for local causes

Forres Thistle 24-hour run to raise cash for local causes

FORRES Girls FC and Mental Mechanics will get a split of the money made.


There won't be a Highland League season if Premiership clubs continue to step out of line, or costly coronavirus testing needs to be done, a club chairman has warned

There won't be a Highland League season if Premiership clubs continue to step out of line, or costly coronavirus testing needs to be done, a club chairman has warned

There won't be a Highland League season if Premiership clubs continue to step out of line, or costly coronavirus testing needs to be done, a club chairman has warned

COVID-19 testing and more breaches of protocol could jeopardise the Highland League season, reckons Keith chairman Andy Troup.


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