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Portland look to rule supreme in cup

Portland look to rule supreme in cup

Portland look to rule supreme in cup

Wins for Portland A and Jackos.


Inverness City Lions pride in record score against Glasgow

Inverness City Lions pride in record score against Glasgow

Inverness City Lions pride in record score against Glasgow

Inverness City Lions ran riot at Millburn Academy


Inverness MMA star signs deal to join Bellator

Inverness MMA star signs deal to join Bellator

Inverness MMA star signs deal to join Bellator

Ross Houston is set to get back into action.


Inverness student picks up top university award after rowing success

Inverness student picks up top university award after rowing success

Inverness student picks up top university award after rowing success

Christy Crook is making a real splash in Scottish rowing.


Inverness brothers become national kickboxing champions

Inverness brothers become national kickboxing champions

Inverness brothers become national kickboxing champions

Aidan and Ciaran Lennan are at the top of the game.


Beauly Angling Club cast off for 2020 season

Beauly Angling Club cast off for 2020 season

Beauly Angling Club cast off for 2020 season

The angling season has cast off.


Inverness teenager claims junior title in Northern Ireland in record time

Inverness teenager claims junior title in Northern Ireland in record time

Inverness teenager claims junior title in Northern Ireland in record time

Megan Keith wins under-20 title at Armagh.


Inverness walking on Ayr to storm into Scottish Cup final

Inverness walking on Ayr to storm into Scottish Cup final

Inverness walking on Ayr to storm into Scottish Cup final

One game away from becoming national champions.


Time is running out to enter Inverness Half Marathon

Time is running out to enter Inverness Half Marathon

Time is running out to enter Inverness Half Marathon

You better be quick if you want to enter next month's half marathon.


Lack of numbers could force HACL rethink

Lack of numbers could force HACL rethink

Lack of numbers could force HACL rethink

A drop in participation numbers could make the HACL take a new recruitment tactic in the future, according to league organiser Robbie Paulin.


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