All remaining North Caledonian League fixtures this season have been cancelled due to a rise in positive Covid-19 cases across the Highlands.
The League One and Two seasons both got underway in October but were put on hold when non-league football was suspended in January, before resuming in May.
With the rise in confirmed Covid-19 cases and individuals self-isolating across the Highlands, following a discussion with the affected clubs, the NCFA have decided to cancel the remaining fixtures in this season's North Caledonian League.
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Since the restart, Golspie Sutherland have already been crowned champions of the North Caledonian League, while Alness United won the Ness Cup League.
That has prompted the North Caledonian FA to call time on the current campaign, in light of a “rise in confirmed Covid-19 cases and individuals self-isolating across the Highlands.” The governing body say they took the decision following discussions with the affected clubs.
The new season will get underway on August 21.