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Walking football sessions kick off at Wick


By Staff Reporter- NOSN


At the inaugural walking football event are (from left) Colin Stewart, Alan Farquhar, Willie Mackay, Glynis Mackay, Alan Larnach (facilities manager at East Caithness Community Facility) and Bill Baxter.
At the inaugural walking football event are (from left) Colin Stewart, Alan Farquhar, Willie Mackay, Glynis Mackay, Alan Larnach (facilities manager at East Caithness Community Facility) and Bill Baxter.

Walking football has arrived in Wick, allowing older adults – both male and female – to keep playing the game if, due to a lack of mobility or for any other reason, they are not able to play the traditional form of football.

The East Caithness Community Facility has arranged come-and-try events on Sunday afternoons in the hope of generating enough interest to start walking football competitions for teams of five.

Details of the next come-and-try session will be posted on the Wick Swimming Pool Facebook page.



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