County Nairn adds a splash of color to new kit to support charity TeamHamish

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County Nairn has launched a unique and dynamic third charity kit to promote the TeamHamish charity.

Ciaran Young and Rory Williamson.

After raising funds to build Hamish’s Splashpad at Nairn Links, TeamHamish has now entered phase two, where they are focusing on the Links area currently occupied by putting, crazy mini golf and banking and grass areas adjacent.

To aid their fundraising efforts and help shine a light on the wonderful work done by Sam and Lily Hey, Nairn County have designed and produced a special TeamHamish football strip which they will be using during the 2022/23 season.

The shirt is inspired by Hamish’s Splashpad at The Links and a colorful chevron pattern from Sam’s wife, Susan’s favorite dress.

County Nairn will donate £10 from every sale of an adult shirt and £5 from every sale of a child’s shirt to TeamHamish.

Sam Hey, Liz Bow, Danny Bow, Lily Hey.
Sam Hey, Liz Bow, Danny Bow, Lily Hey.

Additionally, the club will dedicate a home league game to fundraising for phase two of the project. This will include children’s activities and special fundraising activities.

Nairn County Chairman Mark Kelman said: “We are extremely excited and proud to be launching a special TeamHamish shirt for the coming season.

As a club we are committed to supporting the Nairn community and being able to launch our first ever third charity kit and for that, supporting TeamHamish is something very special to us.

Their plans for the Links putting green area are brilliant and we want to help in any way we can.

Pictured at the kit launch is Top Row: Ciaran Young, Sam Gordon, Rory Williamson Bottom Row: Hughie Bochel, Havilia Mackintosh, Lily Hey, Sara Mackintosh, Alba Bochel
Pictured at the kit launch is Top Row: Ciaran Young, Sam Gordon, Rory Williamson Bottom Row: Hughie Bochel, Havilia Mackintosh, Lily Hey, Sara Mackintosh, Alba Bochel

Sam Hey from TeamHamish said: “We are absolutely delighted that Nairn County has chosen to support TeamHamish over the coming season.

“Working in partnership with the Nairn community is one of our core principles, and this is particularly important as we develop our phase two proposals.

“We were really amazed when we were presented with the idea for the TeamHamish shirt.

“The bright, colorful and very distinctive design inspiration is truly such a fitting tribute to the never-forgotten Hamish and Susan.”

“The shirts will be on sale in person for the first time at the Nairn Highland Games where the club have a stand and are also available online.”


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