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ICT Women's Development will not be intimidated by experienced rivals


By Andrew Henderson


Inverness Caledonian Thistle Women’s Development team will not have experience on their side in the newly-formed Highlands and Islands Women’s League, but that has not dampened coach Ally Munro’s optimism.

Nairn Ladies hosted Lewis and Harris in the first match of the new season. Picture: Jasper Image
Nairn Ladies hosted Lewis and Harris in the first match of the new season. Picture: Jasper Image

The league season got under way last weekend as Lewis and Harris thrashed Nairn Ladies 18-0, but the Development team were forced to sit on the sidelines as their match against Clachnacuddin was postponed.

Being one of the youngest teams in the competition comes with the territory for a team like Munro’s, but he thinks it will be a valuable learning curve for his side.

“Some of these teams that we’re playing against, they’ve got established players who have played in other teams,” he explained.

“Some have played for St Johnstone down the road, I think maybe there’s one at Brora who has played for a few senior teams."

Read more in today's Highland News.



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