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Football fans could be allowed back into stadiums in September

Football fans could be allowed back into stadiums in September

Football fans could be allowed back into stadiums in September

Outdoor sports for all ages can start earlier.


Coaching ambitions in Clyne’s thinking

Coaching ambitions in Clyne’s thinking

Coaching ambitions in Clyne’s thinking

After taking a couple of sessions online during lockdown, Black Isle squash star Alan Clyne is considering going into coaching once he stops playing.


Shinty could swing back into action in 2020

Shinty could swing back into action in 2020

Shinty could swing back into action in 2020

Regional competitions at youth level proposed.


Virtual racing is a runaway success

Virtual racing is a runaway success

Virtual racing is a runaway success

Virtual racing could become a regular feature of athletics training.


Cyclist took childhood road to recovery

Cyclist took childhood road to recovery

Cyclist took childhood road to recovery

When motivation started to ebb away during lockdown, paracyclist Fin Graham found joy in home comforts riding around his hometown of Strathpeffer.


Ross County are team champs

Ross County are team champs

Ross County are team champs

Youngsters win virtual team gold.


Castle Leod open to cricket clubs if needed.

Castle Leod open to cricket clubs if needed.

Castle Leod open to cricket clubs if needed.

Ross County Cricket Club’s doors will be open if hub grounds are needed for matches..


Ross County Cricket Club back training at Castle Leod

Ross County Cricket Club back training at Castle Leod

Ross County Cricket Club back training at Castle Leod

Cricketers return to training.


Kinlochshiel manager fears shinty clubs could go to the wall due to pandemic

Kinlochshiel manager fears shinty clubs could go to the wall due to pandemic

Kinlochshiel manager fears shinty clubs could go to the wall due to pandemic

Kinlochshiel manager worried impact pandemic will have on clubs.


Monster blow for Highland economy as Loch Ness Marathon and Festival of Running cancelled

Monster blow for Highland economy as Loch Ness Marathon and Festival of Running cancelled

Monster blow for Highland economy as Loch Ness Marathon and Festival of Running cancelled

Event which brings thousands to Inverness will not go ahead in 2020.


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