Nairn St Ninian are bottom of the table.
The Highland League has confirmed this is due to players self-isolating due to coronavirus meaning Nairn County are unable to field a team.
Nairn St Ninian got the junior football season up and running last weekend with a 2–2 draw against Dufftown in the League Cup West Sections groups.
Shane Carling believes Loch Ness need to claim all three points against city rivals Inverness Athletic to stay in the Division Two title hunt.
Jason Golabek believes his Inverness Athletic side are performing above expectations at the top end of the North Caledonian League Division Two.
A ROSS County legend is the guest speaker at a webinar which aims to help participants manage and adapt to change – such as the Covid-19 crisis.
ICT Women are frustrated by Covid-19 rules that mean they cannot play football while their male counterparts continue their campaigns.
Ronnie Sharp is concerned Nairn County – due to play Clachnacuddin tomorrow – might be forced to withdraw from this season’s Highland League campaign.
Jamie Gillan was a surprise headline-grabber in his rookie year in the NFL, but he doesn't feel any extra pressure to deliver in his second season.
Stuart Kettlewell retains faith in the ability of Ross County’s young squad, but demands they show greater mental strength against Celtic on Sunday.
James Keatings feels confident that Inverness Caledonian Thistle can kick on and push for promotion from the Championship this season.