Listen: Balls & Whistles episode 16 – Brora Rangers discover pyramid play-off dates, Inverness Caledonian Thistle's promotion hopes dashed, Ross County travel to Tannadice and more!
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It's official: the pyramid play-off will be going ahead this season. The news broke just hours before recording this episode of Balls & Whistles, so Will and Andrew react to finally getting a resolution, who might get the upper hand when Brora Rangers play Kelty Hearts and whether club 42 will stay up anyway.
There was less good news for Inverness Caledonian Thistle who saw their chances of reaching the play-offs come to an end last weekend, leaving with just one game left to play this season against Ayr United. Their defeat to Hearts is dissected, as well as whether tomorrow night's match really is a dead rubber, while Ross County's chances of getting a result away at Scottish Cup semi finalists is also on the agenda.
Further down the pyramid there are updates from across the Highlands on the summer football season, a blow for Nairn Dunbar Golf Club and s new personal best for Moray runner Kenny Wilson.
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