Ross County captains Keith Watson and Jack Baldwin were in the thick of the action on Thursday afternoon as they spoke with fans from across the Highlands at the Black Isle Show.
The annual show held in Muir of Ord returned for the first time since 2019 with people visiting from across the Highlands and beyond for the prestigious event.
Keith and Jack paid a visit to County’s own stand with a huge crowd keen to meet the Staggies duo and pose for photographs and collect autographs. Fans young and not-so-young were lining up to chat about the new campaign as well as purchase some of the latest new lines from the pop-up club store.
“It’s always brilliant to get out and about and meet supporters” said Baldwin.
“We’ve had loads of people come out to talk to us and the excitement around the place is great, after the last few years it’s great to meet fans face to face, especially ahead of our first home league game on Saturday”.
Keith Watson echoed the sentiments saying “we really enjoy meeting fans and embedding ourselves in the local community.
“We’ve met County fans from all over the Highlands & Islands and it’s really important that we take time out to meet with them, especially when you know just how far they travel to Dingwall on a regular basis”.
Ross County would like to thank the organisers of the Black Isle Show for another successful event and thank everyone who came to visit us this week.