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Clachnacuddin's homecoming delayed as Grant Street Park not yet ready to host matches


By Will Clark


Clachnacuddin chairman Alex Chisholm says the club are doing everything they can to move back to Grant Street Park as soon as possible.

The Lilywhites were forced to postpone this weekend’s match against Nairn County due to changing facilities not being available at the ground hit by fire on Christmas Eve.

A blaze caused significant damage to the dressing room and kit room at Clach’s Grant Street Park on Christmas Eve.
A blaze caused significant damage to the dressing room and kit room at Clach’s Grant Street Park on Christmas Eve.

Their temporary home at Canal Park, home of Highland Rugby Club, is unavailable due to an event being booked tomorrow and a rugby match scheduled to take place on Saturday.

No other venues were available for the match to take place.

Chisholm says the club aimed to return back to Grant Street Park for Saturday but could not get changing facilities in place.

Clachnacuddin’s next scheduled home game is against Formartine United on Wednesday, March 4.

Chisholm hopes Clach can return home by that date.

“It was our intention to get back to the park on Saturday but that will not happen,” he said.

Read more in today's Highland News.



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