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Clachnacuddin boss pleased to keep 'one of best defenders' in Highland League

By Will Clark

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Harry Nicolson. Picture: Callum Mackay.
Harry Nicolson. Picture: Callum Mackay.

CLACHNACUDDIN have confirmed that defender Harry Nicolson has agreed a new deal to remain at the club.

The 23-year-old former Inverness Caledonian Thistle academy graduate has agreed terms to extend his contract with the Highland League outfit.

Nicolson joined Clachnacuddin last season from League of Ireland outfit Finn Harps in January last year.

During his time coming through the Inverness Caledonian Thistle youth system, Nicolson spent time on loan at Fort William and Clachnacuddin in the Highland League as well as played with Elgin City in League Two.

Speaking about signing a new deal with Clachnacuddin, Nicolson said on the club's social media: "I am delighted to stay here at Clach and continue to learn under Conor Gethins.

"His plans for next season were a big factor in me staying, I feel we have a great group here and can push on next year".

Gethins was pleased to capture his signature and said: "To secure Harry shows massive intent of what we are wanting to achieve at Clach. In my eyes he is up there with being one of, if not the best defenders in the league and a huge part to how we want to play the game.

"We as coaches know that he has many more gears and we will help him unlock these and drive us forward next season.

"We are delighted he has chosen to stay at Clach."

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