Handful could miss Nairn game against Huntly
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Dylan Mackenzie and Callum Maclean have both been ruled out of Nairn County’s match against Huntly in the Highland League as they continue to fight injuries.
The duo have been suffering from knee problems and have missed the last couple of weeks, and they will not be fit to return to Station Park tomorrow afternoon.
Cohen Ramsay and Adam Naismith were both due to be assessed this week after picking up knocks against Deveronvale last time out.
Ramsay (knee) and Naismith (back) were doubts for the postponed Highland League Cup clash at Rothes on Wednesday, but with an extra few days to recover they could come back into the fold.
Tom Maclennan was definitely out of the scheduled cup tie with illness, and is also unlikely to return this week, with Craig Munro to be monitored for the same reason.
Fraser Dingwall is available after serving the second of his two-match suspension in last week’s 7–2 victory, which saw Liam Shewan and Max Ewan each score hat tricks.
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