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  1. maimie

    ICT v Arbroath

    Sounds like a plan LG! Thanks for the heads up!
  2. If you are looking for cup final polo shirts, Rory in the Gellions still has some left.
  3. I'll need 8 RedCard, and we'll be there earlyish. so is it better that you keep them for us or if you have them sharpish you could post them to me? Maimie
  4. How fabby!!! Be good to see you again Canary!! Still baldy and still tubby, I'm sure you'll recognise me - just in case, I'll be the one in red and blue - see you soon still cuddly and purply - and i might have red and blue on too!!
  5. How fabby!!! Be good to see you again Canary!!
  6. train from central station to mount florida. can't remember the buses that go out that way...
  7. I already know a few neutrals who will be coming along with us!
  8. what a braw wee place it was too. Anyone know if that will be our end for the final? I would go there again!
  9. and to you all too IHE but are we not overdue a panto???
  10. maimie


    I remember the Caley but we didn't go there too often and made the odd trip to the Strath. Working in Ullapool in about 76-77 there was a regular bus there every weekend. Mental journey! I'd come to work in Inverness in about 79-80 and the places we hung out then were the Douglas with your feet sticking to the carpet, the Keppoch, another mad bus journey and the Hayloft! often wonder what happened to some of the folk...
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    Eric Hastie

    Wasn't at the game but I can hear the maybe frustrated shouts of 'Come on Inverness!' At least it was a a draw Eric!!
  12. maimie

    Eric Hastie

    Eric passed away peacefully today. He was an ardent supporter of ICT since the merger having no particular affiliation to either former team. Eric was a member of the steering group set up to help form the ICT Supporters Trust and was elected to the first Trust Board as Secretary, a role he carried out for many years. He was kind, generous and funny. Along with ICT Eric gave time to other organisations including the Rotary Club. Eric was a season ticket holder and attended all games at home and many away. He usually missed one when he and his pals spent a weekend away at the opening of the salmon fishing season. You could hear his shouts of encouragement to the team from the stand - never too critical - and using the name I'm sure he would have chosen for the team - Inverness! Even though his health was not great over the last few years he attended games when he was able and when he wasn't he listened to commentary on the radio. A wee win tomorrow would be lovely for you Eric! My thoughts with his wife Margaret and their family. And big hugs Part Timer. Sleep tight Eric.
  13. not sure of all the ins and outs but the supplier is a charity and all we do is donate...