Clachnacuddin manager Brian Macleod has resigned.
Macleod left his position as assistant manager at Nairn County to become Clach boss last October.
He replaced Iain Polworth, who had stepped down after a decade in charge of the Lilywhites.
Clach finished in 16th position last season, winning six of their 34 matches.
They had started the season with two narrow league defeats to Strathspey and Keith but had progressed to the second round of the North of Scotland Cup with a 2-1 win at Strathspey.
The club released a statement last night confirming Macleod’s departure.
It read: “It is with deep regret that the club has reluctantly accepted the resignation with immediate effect of first team manager Brian Macleod due to personal reasons.
“Whilst the timing is not ideal for either party, circumstances have unfortunately changed over recent weeks, and Brian feels he can no longer dedicate the time required to successfully fulfil the role of first team manager.
“The club is sad to see Brian go, but we wish him and his family our best wishes, and thank him for his efforts and commitment during his time in charge.
“Assistant manager Darren Jarvie will take temporary charge until a successor is appointed.
“The club now invite applications for the vacant post. Applications are to be emailed to Clachnacuddinfc@highlandleague.com
“No further comment will be made at this time.”