NOS Cup Final Information

Information regarding the Cup Final

The Highlands and Islands Training Services Cup final will take place on Saturday the 11th of September 2010. The final will be between Wick Academy and Forres Mechanics, and will take place at Dudgeon Park Brora.


Suporters Buses will run from Wick - click here for details on how to book a seat


Cup merchandise is available now on pre-order - click here for details


Ticket Sales  - Read this article for details on ticket sales.

Final Countdown message - Advice regarding segregation, etc - Click here.

Just an update on things.

Johnny Robertson has now filled 3 buses. If you are interested in going to the game by bus can you contact Johnny as soon as possible please so that he can work out if he can get the numbers to fill a 4th bus.

The Cup scarves, jester hats, black and white wigs, and horns are now home and available for sale in J Gunn Shoe shop Wick. We will also be selling scarves at the Lossiemouth game today.

There has been a delay in getting the flags home and I will have an update on them next week.

Tickets for the cup final are also on sale at J Gunns. This is a measure to ease congestion into Dudgeon Park on the day of the final. If you can buy a ticket if you are planning going to the game that would be appreciated.

The town seems to be buzzing over the prospect of the final, so let's have a day out to remember.

Message from The Chairman:

Tomorrow's Cup Final is the biggest day for Wick Academy since joing the Highland League and I am sure our team will put on a performance on the park for us all to be proud of. I have just been informed by a North of Scotland FA Official that there will be a big police presence at Dudgeon Park along with their mobile police unit. They will be stopping and searching people approaching the ground and if found to have alcohol with them they will deal with that. They will also not allow cans or bottle including soft drinks to be carried in the vicinity of the ground. Anyone under the influence of drink will not be allowed admission to the ground. They have also advised that they may stop and search bus coming to the match for alcohol. The stewarding is being done by an outside professional company and they will adhere to the law. We must thank Brora Ranger FC for kindly offering to host this final and let us make it a day to remember for all the right reasons.

Colin Stewart