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Hopes of a cricket season are fading fast for Inverness and Highland clubs

By Andrew Henderson

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Northern Counties Cricket Club captain Shaun Thomas thinks there is every chance no games will be played in 2020.

Northern Counties Cricket Club. Ian Ferrier.
Northern Counties Cricket Club. Ian Ferrier.

The North of Scotland cricket season had not got under way before sport was called to a halt because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Counties were supposed to play their first pre-season friendly two weeks ago, but those plans were obviously scrapped.

There will be no play until the start of June at the earliest, but policeman Thomas cannot yet rule out the possibility of an entirely cricket-less year.

“It all depends on the lockdown, and what happens,” he said.

Read more in today's Inverness Courier by clicking here.

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