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Teen boxer found dead at Inverness home

By Neil MacPhail

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Nicola Rattray. Picture: Donald Cameron
Nicola Rattray. Picture: Donald Cameron

AN Inverness boxing club is to dedicate its next show to the memory of teenage boxer Nicola Rattray, who was found dead at her home.

The move by Inverness City Boxing Club comes as local people rally to support a fund for Miss Rattray’s toddler daughter Breigha, who will be two next March.

Yesterday morning the online crowdfunding appeal had soared to £4264.

The 18-year-old’s body was discovered at her home last Friday. There are believed to be no suspicious circumstances surrounding her death.

Inverness City Boxing Club head coach Laurie Redfern said: “Our next boxing show at the Ironworks – on Saturday, May 9 – will be held in Nicola’s memory and raise money to go towards the fund – we want to do whatever we can.

Full story in today's Highland News.

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