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Written by Melanie Roger   
Wednesday, 08 August 2018
8th August  2018 - Breedon Scottish Highland Football League
 Station Park
 Nairn County

  1 (Max Ewan 31)

nairncounty_adidasTeam: Dylan MacLean, Adam Naismith, Kenny McKenzie (Callum Ednie 44), Fraser Dingwallrcard, Glenn Main, Cohen Ramsay (Inaki Fernandino-Soto 62ycard), Ryan MacDonald, Ewen Urquhart, Dylan MacKenzie, Tom MacLennan, Max Ewanycard

Subs:  Inaki Fernandino-Soto, Jack MacLean, Callum Ednie, Danny Highet, Craig Munro, James Kendall

  Wick Academy FC
  4 (Marc Macgregor 23,Gary Manson 53, Craig Gunn 67,89)

WAFC_New_Front_wTeam: Sean McCarthy, Michael Stevenycardrcard, Grant Steven, Gary Manson, Alan Farquhar (c), Jack Henry,  Jack Halliday (Greg Mackay 87), Gordon MacNab (Craig Gunn 67), Richard Macadie, David Allan, Marc Macgregor(Alan Hughes 67)

Subs: Greg Mackay, Alan Hughes, Craig Gunn, Gordon Clark 

 Referee:  Alan Proctor

  Ewen Urguhart
  Inaki Fernandino-Soto
  Fraser Dingwall (red)
  Michael Steven
  Michael Steven (red)
  Davie Allan

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Wick took the lead in the 22nd minute  when a Marc Macgregor shot from just inside the left edge of the 18 yard box took a slight deflection of the toe of Nairn’s Glen Main and the ball squeezed between Nairn keeper Dylan Maclean and the near post.

Academy looked comfortable pressing forward and had several chances to increase their lead but in the 31st minute Max Ewan let fly from the right and his shot left Wick keeper Sean McCarthy with no chance.

The visitors restored their lead in the 53rd minute when Davie Allan was brought down in the penalty area and Gary Manson dispatched the spot kick past Dylan Maclean.

Craig Gunn replaced Gordy MacNab in the 67th minute and immediately ran on to a long ball from Sean McCarthy and fired the ball past the Nairn keeper with his first touch of the ball.

The 75th minute saw the games only real flashpoint when Nairn’s Frase Dingwall and Wick’s Michael Steven were both red carded for violent conduct.

The former Elgin City man then rounded off the scoring for Wick in the 89th minute with a swerving and dipping free kick from the edge of the 18 yard box after Davie Allan had been bundled over .


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