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Nairn County’s Glenn Main delighted to reach 400th appearance milestone

Glenn Main (left) made his 400th appearance for Nairn last weekend.
Glenn Main (left) made his 400th appearance for Nairn last weekend.

Nairn County vice-captain Glenn Main made his 400th appearance for his hometown club in Saturday’s 2-2 draw at Inverurie Locos.

The 33-year-old, who has been a loyal servant to the Wee County for more than a decade, was pleased to reach the milestone.

He said: “I made my County debut against Lossiemouth 12 years ago. County are the only club I ever wanted to play for really after moving with my brother Gregg from Nairn St Ninian.

“I have been on the winning side in North of Scotland Cup finals but the highlight of my County career was when we won the 2011 Highland League Cup on the last day of the season by defeating Fraserburgh 4-0 at Princess Royal Park in Banff.

“I’ve also enjoyed some really good Scottish Cup performances, none more so than in 2012 when we beat Clyde in the second round. We drew 3-3 at Broadwood and beat them 3-2 in the replay at Station Park to set up a third round trip to Forfar Athletic.

“We were 3-0 down at half-time but rallied brilliantly after the break to earn a 3-3 draw, although it was disappointing to lose the replay 3-2 on our own ground.”

Main is hoping to build on last Saturday’s unexpected 2-2 draw at Inverurie Locos last weekend when he and his team-mates face Fort William at Station Park on Saturday.

He added: “I’ve played at centre-half for the last couple of seasons but I’m really enjoying being back in a midfield role this term.

“At the age of 33 I feel fit enough to carry on for quite a few more years yet as I’ve never had any major injuries. I see my job these days as helping the younger lads in the squad as much as I possibly can as we really do have a very young team.

“There’s no doubt that Fort William have massively improved and I believe they were unlucky to go down 4-3 at home to Lossiemouth last weekend.

“They will take a lot from that performance but we’re also going from strength to strength. We will start as strong favourites this weekend but we‘ll definitely not be taking Fort for granted.

“We were a little bit disappointed to be 2-0 up at Locos last Saturday and allow them to come back into the game with two late penalties but a draw was probably a fair result over the 90 minutes.”

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