Wick Academy

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Founded: 1893   Joined HFL: 1994
Ground: Harmsworth Park   Telephone: 01955 602446
Record Att: 2,000 (30/7/84)   Fax: 01955 602446
Ground Capacity: 2000   Seating Capacity: 433
Contact Address: 
Alan Farquher 22 Wellington Street Wick KW1 5HS
  Pitch Size: 106 x 74 yards
Contact Telephone: 01955 604924     Mobile: 07765 408465
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Latest Nairn News

  • Sat 21st Nov - Wick 6-2 Nairn

    Wick Academy finally ended their wait for a first senior trophy in emphatic style by brushing aside Nairn County at Dudgeon Park, Brora.   As delighted manager Gordon Connelly said, “It was a fantastic performance today from start to finish. I read a quote the other day that formations don’t win games but I beg to differ. Everything was right and finished off today. I thought that was in us – maybe not 6-2 - but a performance like that considering the state of the pitch and the conditions was...

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  • Wed 25th Mar - Nairn 4 Turriff 0

    This was an important game for Turriff who went into the match sitting eight points behind the leaders Brora, so an away win was a must. Unfortunately for United, it never turned out that way. Turriff made three changes from the side who lost to Cove in the League Cup semi-final. Stuart Cumming, Chris Herd and Jamie Beagrie started with James Chalmers, Nick Gray and Robbie Allan on the bench.

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  • Wed 22nd Oct - Nairn County 0 Wick Academy 0

    Gordon Connelly’s side returned north with a valuable point for their title challenge after a spirited 0-0 draw with Nairn County.Despite struggling at Station Park in the past, the Scorries continued their good run of form of late which saw them go into this game atop the table.

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  • Three quickfire goals earn Nairn win at Huntly

    Huntly 1 Nairn County 3Three goals in a ten-minute spell towards the end of the first half saw Nairn County claim all three points with a 3-1 win against bottom side Huntly.Huntly rang the changes from their defeat to Forres Mechanics with Fraser Hobday, Alexander Thoirs, and Blair Johnston starting alongside new loan signing Mark Smith from Formartine United. Nairn County named an unchanged side from the one which drew 1-1 at Inverurie midweek.

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  • Nairn County 5-0 Turriff United | Highland League Cup | Saturday 15th March 2014

    Nairn County romped into Round Two with a comfortable 5-0 victory at home to Turriff United. The opener came on 13 minutes when Robbie Duncanson swung in a corner which Conor Gethins rose highest to head home. Robbie Duncanson then got in on the scoring act himself on 24 minutes, as he tremendously curled a shot from 25 yards into keeper Keirin McCaffrey's top corner. Nairn got a third just four minutes after the break, when Archie MacPhee got through on goal and powered the ball past...

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  • Get in there: Gethins is ton up

    Nairn County consolidated their second place in the Scottish Highland Football League standings with a comfortable 5-1 victory over Rothes at Station Park with Conor Gethins netting twice to make it an incredible 101 goals in 101 games for the Wee County. It was the wee Irishman who opened the scoring after 16 minutes and it was a typically impressive volley into the top corner of the net that left Ricky Horne with no chance; Gethins underlining his ability once more. The second goal arrived four...

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  • Turriff United 2-3 Nairn County | Saturday 15th February 2014

    Substitute Archie MacPhee gave Nairn County a late Valentines present as he scored at the death to secure a narrow 3-2 victory over a shell shocked Turriff United on a sunny afternoon. This gets them back to winning ways and keeps the pressure on Brora at the top. Darren Mackie returned for the home side. County also complete their second win against Turriff this season. Turriff troubled County from the start with only a few minutes gone, Gary Harris stepped up and smashed his free kick just...

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  • Penalty miss rounds off a blank afternoon

    Nairn County dominated early on but found the breakthrough difficult to come by. Archie Macphee played in Stuart Leslie but he slipped his shot just past the post on the quarter hour. It took the Jags until the 21st minute to fire in an effort that just went wide of Callum Donaldson’s goal. The Wee County responded with Stuart Leslie’s goalbound effort being blocked. Macphee then had a couple of efforts, the latter landing on the roof of the net but still Steve Martin’s goal remained intact,...

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  • Archie Macphee completes Nairn deal

    Nairn County have completed the signing of Archie Macphee on a one year deal with the former Ross County man joining Stuart Leslie and Daniel Moore in joining the Station Park side. Having been chased by a number of clubs both in the SHFL and the SFL Macphee has opted to join Les Fridge’s squad having returned from a brief trial spell in Cyprus last week. Macphee has put pen to paper on a twelve month agreement with County making it a double swoop by adding Gary Kerr from Inverness City on a...

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