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  • Inverness Athletic AGM News

    Inverness Athletic recently held its Annual General Meeting, resulting in several key updates for the club's ongoing journey. Here are the main points to come from it.

    Key Roles Retained: Sandy Stephen continues as Chairman, bringing his valuable experience and football knowledge to the role.

    Grant Donald also continues to serve as Secretary and Treasurer, a role he has done fantastically well over the past few seasons, we are delighted to keep Grant at the club. 

    Honorary Recognition: James Chisholm has been awarded an Honorary Committee role in acknowledgment of his dedication and contributions since the club's inception in 2016. 

    Well Done James and Thank you for all your hard work. 

    New Appointments: Paul Richardson joins as Vice Chairman, while Mike Hall transitions to a Vice Chairman position also from his previous role in first-team coaching. These additions bring fresh perspectives and enthusiasm to the club's committee. 

    Welcome to the Committee guys.

    Structural Plans: The club reaffirms its commitment to fielding four sides, including teams in the North Caledonian League, Inverness & District Amateur League, as well as Under 18s and Under 16s Highland League sides.

    SFA Quality Mark: The club has initiated the reaccreditation process for its SFA Quality Mark, reflecting its ongoing commitment to maintaining standards at every level of the football club.

    The AGM represents an important moment for Inverness Athletic, reaffirming the clubs desire to grow both on and off the pitch, develop young players and engage with the local community. 

    As the club looks ahead, it does so with optimism, driven by the efforts of our members, volunteers, and supporters.

    Stay updated with the latest news on the Inverness Athletic website and all our social media channels.