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Breedon Highland League match between Nairn County and Clachnacuddin postponed due to players self-isolating due to coronavirus


By Ian Duncan

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Nairn striker Dylan Mackenzie collects the ball in mid flight during last year's William Hill Scottish Cup fixture between Clachnacuddin and Nairn County.
Nairn striker Dylan Mackenzie collects the ball in mid flight during last year's William Hill Scottish Cup fixture between Clachnacuddin and Nairn County.

Nairn County have been forced to call off tomorrow's Highland League opener against Clachnacuddin due to nine of their players being told to self-isolate.

The postponement was confirmed on Friday afternoon, three days after a club representative tested positive for COVID-19.

A league spokesman said: "Unfortunately, a significant number of Nairn County players have been placed in self-isolation meaning that Nairn County are unable to field a team."

It is not known if future Nairn County games will be affected.



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