Dingwall


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Dingwall

(dĭng`wôl, –wəl), town (1991 pop. 4,842), Highland, N Scotland, at the head of Cromarty Firth. It is the market town for eastern Ross and the Black Isle district.
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BIG-HEARTED Ross County are offering Motherwell fans free travel to Dingwall for Saturday's SPL opener.
A BRYAN DINGWALL double helped keep Lok's title chances alive against 10 man Peasy.
However, Bryan Dingwall made the breakthrough for Lok after 37 minutes, powering a header into the net.
If somebody had said pre-season we'd finish third but had to go to Dingwall in the last game of the season to win we'd have said, 'So what, we'll take it'.
The alert was raised after his empty boat was spotted in the Cromarty Firth near Dingwall at about midnight on Friday.
But the clever people at Inverness sorting office had added Dingwall and the postcode IV15.
David McGeown and Bryan Dingwall struck at the start of the second half to ease the nerves of the away side.
And Dingwall, right, is adamant that the release of the club's annual finance figures yesterday will only fuel the desire of supporters for change at the top of the Ibrox club.
And ex-Motherwell, St Mirren and Partick ace Kinnaird, who has agreed a two-year deal, has already made a big impact with the Dingwall outfit.
Highland sides Dingwall Vics and Alness Juniors, who play in the local under-16s league, clashed on Friday night in Alness.
Dingwall went close at the start of the second half with a stunning scissor-kick before Daly wasted a chance at the other end.
But two weeks ago, the tractor conked out in Dingwall.