Deer faeces & 'spewing' referees - the wonderful world of Scotland's Highland League
The Scottish Highland League is a wonderful competition, a collection of quaint little grounds, fiercely proud fans, and some of the most spectacular settings in British football.
The clubs include Fort William, whose pitch is nestled in the glorious foothills of Ben Nevis, and who hold the unenviable title of being the worst team in the British senior game.
However, the team from Claggan Park gained notoriety for something other than their below-par football performances on Saturday.
Nairn County were all set to travel to lowly Fort, but their pitch wasn't playable. Here's why...
Then half an hour later...
This came just three days after Lossiemouth's match at Huntly was disrupted - not by injury, a substitution or even bad weather, but by an official with a dodgy tummy.
Nairn's excrement predicament in their 6-2 win didn't go unnoticed by Lossie... do deer droppings trump a spewing referee?
Never change, Highland League. Never change.