Harlaw Park

Former Cove Rangers player Jordan Leyden in action against his old team, who will play matches at Harlaw Park next season
Former Cove Rangers player Jordan Leyden in action against his old team, who will play matches at Harlaw Park next season

Inverurie Loco Works FC are one of four local clubs that Cove Rangers FC will ground-share with next season.

Banks O’ Dee, Formartine United, and Keith will also host Cove’s home matches for season 2015/16.

The fixture list for 2015/16 is due to be released within the next two weeks and at that point the Aberdeen side will sit down with the league secretary and the aforementioned clubs to decide on the exact venues for all of their home games.

Cove Rangers issued a statement saying, “The club are, of course, indebted to the above clubs and would like to put on record our appreciation of their support in what is going to be an interesting and exciting season for us.

“The main thinking behind the use of four pitches is to give the league secretary maximum flexibility for a continuous flow of matches.

“The Directors have underlined their commitment to the club in terms of making funds available towards our ground-sharing and we would like to take this opportunity to thank our loyal fans and sponsors, in advance, for their continued support over the coming season.”

Cove have been forced to find a temporary ground-share solution as their old home of Allan Park doesn’t meet SFA club licensing rules and the new ground they are relocating to at Bobby Calder Park won’t be ready until 
season 2016/17