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Clachnacuddin praise level of support after fire disaster.

By Will Clark

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CLACHNACUDDIN chairman Alex Chisholm says the response from people to help them get back home to Grant Street Park has been immense.

Clach Christmas Eve fire damage
Clach Christmas Eve fire damage

The club have been made homeless since a fire ripped through the dressing room and kit room on Christmas Eve, forcing the stadium to remain shut.

The Lilywhites had hoped to return back to the Merkinch ground to play Nairn County tomorrow.

However, temporary accommodation to act as dressing rooms could not be arranged in time for the match.

The club’s temporary home of Canal Park, home of Highland Rugby Club, is also unavailable tonight and tomorrow, forcing the cancellation of the derby game.

But Chisholm says volunteers are working hard to get the stadium repaired as soon as possible and says it is heartwarming to see how much people care about the club.

Read more in today's Inverness Courier

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