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  1. I came across this information on a golf course that was situated at Ness Castle while looking for some information on an old golf course in Ireland. Below is the layout for what was a 9 hole course that was laid out circa 1890 at Ness Castle by a Mr James Patterson (who apparently was a local Civil Engineer) for Fontaine Walker (1833-1892) who was a wealthy businessman of the time and also the owner of Ness Castle and at one time also the Foyers estate. The course was located on what is now the site of the new Barratt's Ness Castle housing development on Dores Road. I always wondered abo
  2. What's the latest with Inverness City? I gather that, for no obvious reason, they are being evicted from their latest pitch by the cooncil, by no means for the first time. What, exactly, is it with cooncils?
  3. It's tough at the top It's Monday night football at the Caledonian Stadium as we host title challengers Aberdeen who are looking to get back on level terms with Champions Celtic, but it will be a tough task for the Dons. With Celtic beating Ross County 2-0 at the weekend, it's Aberdeens turn to put the Highland clubs back in their box. However, closer inspection shows that the Dons have yet to beat Inverness this season having lost the first game at Inverness 2-1 and they had to come from behind to draw the reverse fixture at Pittodrie 2-2, the Caley Jags throwing
  4. http://caleythistleonline.com/page/index.html/_/previews-2014-15/scottish-cup-final-2015-r1277 Read all about it in here with predictions from the legendary Steve Hislop and Bobby Mann. "The 2015 Scottish Cup Final has arrived and no big Bhoys in sight, only Bairns. And, as the slogan says: It's Our Time. Hissy:- Look out the sombrero's as Caley are going to Europe with a 3-1 win. Bobby:- I'm going for 2-0 for Inverness. There's always a downside to these events, and news that Willie Collum will referee the final is as welcome as FIFA executives organising th
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