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Ross County Football Club fans invited to donate supplies to Highland Foodbank ahead of weekend clash with Hibs at Global Energy Stadium in Dingwall


By Hector MacKenzie

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Steve Ferguson (right) and Harry Paton backed the appeal at Ross County today.
Steve Ferguson (right) and Harry Paton backed the appeal at Ross County today.

ROSS County fans are being invited to chip in with food donations to help folk less fortunate than themselves ahead of the Dingwall club's home clash with Hibs this weekend.

The food bank collection being organised by Ross County Football Club was this week endorsed by club chief executive Steven Ferguson and player Harry Paton.

Supporters are being invited to drop-off donations at the Maclean and MacGregor suite entrances at the Global Energy Stadium.

The Highland Food Bank shopping list flagged with fans ahead of the day includes 1kg bags of rice, long life fruit juice, UHT milk, tins of potatoes and Weetabix or cornflakes.

Also included are tins of canned beef or ham, tins of mince and oatcakes and crackers.

Small jars of instant coffee are also on the wanted list along with washing poweder and deodorant.

The club said it is an emergency food for local people in crisis. It said: "Please donate and support our community. Due to stock levels, Highland foodbank kindly ask for donations."

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