A Highland News and Media podcast looking at the latest sport news from across Inverness, Ross-shire, Caithness and Sutherland.
Robbie Deas speaks after Inverness Caledonian Thistle's 1-1 draw against Hearts.
Robbie Deas feels Caley Thistle could have nicked all three points against Hearts on Friday night.
Will and Andrew are back looking at a bumper week of sport in the Highlands! It started off with the sad news that Inverness Caledonian Thistle manager John Robertson would be temporarily stepping away from the club on compassionate grounds, with former Rangers, Hearts and Dundee player Neil McCann coming in as interim boss.
Ross County also defeated Celtic, with the guys discussing who stood out in that match, as well as talking about ICT's draw against Alloa on Tuesday and previewing the weekend's matches.
Teenage rugby sensation Jamie Dobie was named in the senior Scotland squad for the first time ahead of their Six Nations fixture against France - only to see the match postponed due to positive Covid-19 cases in the French camp, while there is also an update on a Athletics Inverness' first virtual events, Nairn County's thoughts on a potential switch to summer football and more!
As always, thanks go to Forest Fires for use of their song Scared of the Dark as our theme, and you can get in touch with the podcast on Twitter at Balls_Whistles, or by emailing email@example.com.
Mark Ridgers speaks after Caley Thistle beat Ayr United 2-0 at Somerset Park.
Goalkeeper Mark Ridgers praises Caley Thistle's reaction to losing at home to Queen of the South during midweek with a superb win at Ayr United.
Episode 6 - Will is all on his own as Hendo takes an undeserved holiday. He looks at the biggest stories in Highland sport this week in a compact round up.
It's a bumper week of news in football with the headline being... there isn't really any. At least not for League One, League Two, the Highland League, women's football and beyond. Will and Andrew are joined by Chris Saunderson from the Northern Scot to discuss the latest delay to all of those levels returning to action, as well as Anthony McDonald returning to Inverness Caledonian Thistle and previewing Ross County's game against Hibernian.
Also on the agenda is an update on the status of the Inverness Half Marathon, and a temporary name change for Ross Sutherland in light of Scotland's Calcutta Cup victory last weekend.
Get in touch with questions or comments on Twitter @Balls_Whistles, or by emailing us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks too, as always, goes to Forest Fires for use of their song Scared of the Dark as our theme.
It has been a busy week for Highland sport with Inverness Caledonian Thistle and Ross County both on the road during the week. Will and Andrew discuss those games as well as looking forward to the weekend, asking whether Ross County should be looking up or down, if Jordan White should start against Dundee United, as well as just how bad the weather really was in Arbroath on Wednesday night.
Also on the agenda this week is the news that the Highland Cross will once again not take place in 2021, new co-captains at reigning Highlands and Islands League champions Clachnacuddin, and a new face on the coaching team at Highland Boxing Academy.
Get in touch with the guys with comments or questions on Twitter @Balls_Whistles, and as always thanks to Forest Fires for use of their song Scared of the Dark as our theme.