ICTFC Family Fun Day
Last Sunday we hosted an open day at the stadium where we had a variety of fun activities and an open first team training session for all supporters to come along and enjoy with the opportunity to sample a new selection of matchday cuisine; the day went down a hit with the weather holding out.
Our young goalkeepers were put to the test by those in attendance with Cameron Mackay, Stephen Foster, Daniel Hoban and Community Coach Scott Ross keeping goal for the duration of the event.
A huge thank you has to go to CaleyJags.com who helped provide the shirts for the stadium tour; where we had on display shirts from Caledonian and Inverness Thistle up to the current day strip.
Raffle winners were also give the chance to Shoot for the Boot courtesy of Dicksons of Inverness.....with succesful participants winng a Kia Sportage for the weekend with a full tank of fuel.
Mascot Madness of Inverness provided the inflatable’s for the day which went down a treat and were busy from kick-off to closing.
Highland Brass provided some live entertainment; they are a traditional Brass band based in Inverness founded in 2012 and are conducted by Mark Bell. They also have a junior band called Highland Future Brass and a complete beginners group. They play at concerts and events across the highlands including many community and charity events. On Sunday we only had a small group form the main band and the sound was incredible. We look forward to welcoming the group back at a future event and hopefully we can also enjoy the full experience.
Over 30 children attended our in service course at Milton of Leys Primary on Monday and Tuesday which gave the youngsters an opportunity to get active during the holidays. The sessions included a structured coaching programme providing the young players with an opportunity to learn from the club’s coaches. The October Hotshots and weekly classes for the next term are available to book HERE.