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This article from the Ross-Shire Journal......

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Nice to see some positive publicity.

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good to see the club looking out for the local community

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were they occupying sections A and B in the North Stand on sat? that area looked a lot busier than usual on saturday. well done ICT :clapping: lets see more of this please, especially with Inverness schools and youth clubs! personally i'm delighted that we've also went into Countys 'area' aswell :cheer01: haha

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How many of them did Tudur Jones boot up in the air?

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were they occupying sections A and B in the North Stand on sat? that area looked a lot busier than usual on saturday. well done ICT :clapping: lets see more of this please, especially with Inverness schools and youth clubs! personally i'm delighted that we've also went into Countys 'area' aswell :cheer01: haha

Hardly countys area its just the other side of the bridge county must be

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It's still Ross-Shire.

Good initiative and well done the club.

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Glad to see the club doing this, hopefully can bring a few potential fans back from the dark side.

Disappointing to see that a school within walking distance of the stadium has 'many' C#unty fans though :ohmy:

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Glad to see the club doing this, hopefully can bring a few potential fans back from the dark side.

Disappointing to see that a school within walking distance of the stadium has 'many' C#unty fans though :ohmy:

Perhaps it is a special school ?

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It's still Ross-Shire.

Good initiative and well done the club.

But they have an IV postcode and are closer to TCS than Dalneigh

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Positive move in my opinion I've already said on more than one occasion that the club should be targeting primary schools with players appearances and freebie tickets etc as these youngsters are the fans for the future

Do find it a tad strange that they start with a school in Ross-shire though allbeit close to the stadium, why not Inverness???

Ok there's some areas like Dalneigh,Merkinch,Kinmylies,Hilton,Drakies etc that would probably be a wasted exercise but there are other areas within the city where potential new fans could be unearthed

Anyway a very positive move by the club and good publicity even if it's only in the Ross-shire Journal

Dougal

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If the were real gudgies they would be learning IV techniques and STD codes.

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Positive move in my opinion I've already said on more than one occasion that the club should be targeting primary schools with players appearances and freebie tickets etc as these youngsters are the fans for the future

Do find it a tad strange that they start with a school in Ross-shire though allbeit close to the stadium, why not Inverness???

Ok there's some areas like Dalneigh,Merkinch,Kinmylies,Hilton,Drakies etc that would probably be a wasted exercise but there are other areas within the city where potential new fans could be unearthed

Anyway a very positive move by the club and good publicity even if it's only in the Ross-shire Journal

Dougal

This is not a new thing and the players and community department visit several schools every week (and have been doing so for years). The only difference here is that they got a bit of publicity (and yeah, I get and agree with the point about them doing more to publicise these things themselves).

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It's still Ross-Shire.

Good initiative and well done the club.

But they have an IV postcode and are closer to TCS than Dalneigh

Elgin has an IV postcode...............what's the point caller.

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did it cost £25 an hour

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Positive move in my opinion I've already said on more than one occasion that the club should be targeting primary schools with players appearances and freebie tickets etc as these youngsters are the fans for the future

Do find it a tad strange that they start with a school in Ross-shire though allbeit close to the stadium, why not Inverness???

Ok there's some areas like Dalneigh,Merkinch,Kinmylies,Hilton,Drakies etc that would probably be a wasted exercise but there are other areas within the city where potential new fans could be unearthed

Anyway a very positive move by the club and good publicity even if it's only in the Ross-shire Journal

Dougal

Kinmylies Primary School get in 'Little Dribblers' from Ross County.

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At £25 per hour!

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At £25 per hour!

Apparently so.

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Where's the £25 letter? Top Six you must have it! Get it uploaded please :lol:

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It's still Ross-Shire.

Good initiative and well done the club.

But they have an IV postcode and are closer to TCS than Dalneigh

Elgin has an IV postcode...............what's the point caller.

Fort William has a PH postcode.................does anyone give a feck about postcodes. The fact is our communities department have been active in schools for many years. This time made the press because of the vandalism and not because ICT players visited.

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Found it....

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Should be 42£ an hour but its discounted. Must have got the rates advice from the local plumbers

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Any updates on the North Kessock story? How are they getting on with the vandalized gardens? it said in the article that they were going to have a get together and put the gardens back to normal.

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Positive move in my opinion I've already said on more than one occasion that the club should be targeting primary schools with players appearances and freebie tickets etc as these youngsters are the fans for the future

Fair point. It's good to have a nice piece of PR with a local school - especially when there are press cameras about. But do any of our players or management show up at any of the many Caley Thistle 'Hotshots' training sessions for local kids (who pay for the privilege)? The answer is ..........no!! This area of PR neglect by our club needs sorting!!

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