ICTFC’s Mark Ridgers, Cammy Mackay, Kevin McHattie and Anthony McDonald paid a visit to Cantraybridge College by Croy to help the pupils open their new football pitch.

The goalposts and nets were supplied by Tesco’s and Tesco’s Community officer Shona Patience, who is a big supporter of football in the Highlands was on hand to see the equipment put to use. The players were also given a mini tour of the Cantraybridge complex and were impressed with the range of skills and services that the pupils are taught.

Jenny Riddell Chief Executive of Cantraybridge said “Thank you so much to ICTFC for coming to Cantray yesterday and taking along Cameron, Mark, Kevin and Anthony.”

“The students were utterly thrilled to be able to meet them, have a kick-around and show them our site.  They hardly slept before the visit and have been on cloud nine since!”

“These are memories that will stay with them all their lives, so please pass on our thanks to the players too – you’ve gathered new fans as well as making everyone very happy.”

“THANK YOU so much for your kindness and very best wishes for Saturday, we’ll be on the edge of our seats here!”