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Inverness Athletic receive bronze level award from Scottish FA


By Will Clark

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Inverness Athletic received a bronze award. Picture: Callum Mackay
Inverness Athletic received a bronze award. Picture: Callum Mackay

NORTH Caledonian League club Inverness Athletic have been awarded a bronze level quality award from the Scottish Football Association.

The bronze quality mark is awarded to clubs for their work in progressing or improving or supporting management, development structures, administration, planning and welfare.

Club chairman Sandy Stephen said the quality mark is designed to recognise the hard work and dedication of member clubs and teams and strive to be the best they can be.

He said: "We are delighted to achieve our second re-accreditation and be awarded the SFA Bronze level Quality Mark.

“This award is a nod to everyone working hard in the background to ensure that we can have all four of our teams competing in their respective competitions.

”This recognition also highlights the commitment of the entire team at Inverness Athletic, both on and off the field.

“Our club management and coaches at all levels, Committee members and volunteers all contribute to the club’s continued growth in the right direction.“


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