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Friendly match ends in defeat

A makeshift Tain Thistle XI played a friendly match against Contin FC on Sunday at 2pm, as the amateur side began their Summer preparations. The match ended in a 5-1 win for the visitors, against a largely unrecognizable Tain Thistle XI.

Article written on 26 Feb 2009 | Link to article


Tain Thistle Football Club - News & Archives

Welfare league news

As the North Caledonian League season comes to a close for Tain Thistle, early discussion of the club's Ross-shire Welfare League team begins.

The summer league is expected to have eight teams this year, with Dingwall and Alness introducing additional teams, to join six existing sides.

Last year's winners Black Rock Rovers will not compete, following their acceptance into the Amateur league. Inver, originally thought to be playing out of Portmahomack, look likely to play their season out of Inver again. Meanwhile, Thistle, Balintore, Sutor Inn and Invergordon Social Club all plan to enter teams again for the 2009 campaign.

Article written on 19 Feb 2009 | Link to article


Tain Thistle Football Club - News & Archives

Tain Thistle vs Tain St Duthus XI date confirmed

A new date of Saturday, March 21st has been confirmed as the new date for the much anticipated Tain Thistle vs Tain St Duthus XI match.

Article written on 15 Feb 2009 | Link to article


Tain Thistle Football Club - News & Archives

Alness Utd vs Tain Thistle date confirmed

The date for Thistle's final league game of the season has been confirmed as Saturday, March 7th, with a 2pm kick off.

Article written on 15 Feb 2009 | Link to article


Tain Thistle Football Club - News & Archives

Happy Birthday Rob

Everyone at the Tain Thistle FC would like to wish head coach Mr Rob Nicolson a happy 21st birthday.

Article written on 11 Feb 2009 | Link to article


Tain Thistle Football Club - News & Archives

Scott Innes given one match ban

Tain Thistle defender Scott Innes has been handed an immediate one match ban by the SFA disciplinary committee following his dismissal against Invergordon last Saturday.

Thistle captain Innes was adjudged to have deliberately handled the ball inside the area, preventing a goal scoring opportunity.

The decision brings an end to Innes's season and means he will miss the club's final game against Alness Utd.

Article written on 05 Feb 2009 | Link to article


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