It also confirmed there will be no cup competitions played this season as it solely concentrates on completing league campaigns. However, organisers have announced it is planned to create three divisions of 10 teams to play through the campaign. IDAFA secretary Donnie Stuart says plans are being finalised to ensure teams can return to the field this summer and play for the first time since Subscribe to our weekly email newsletter and get the latest news, sport and business news straight to your inbox every Friday.
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Maryburgh will have to wait until next year to defend their Premiership title as organisers are set to officially cancel the Inverness and District Amateur Football Association season next week. IDAFA secretary Donnie Stuart says processes are being put in place to get clubs refunds on insurance and affiliation fees. No final decision has been made on scrapping the season, but Stuart says time has run out on any football being played this summer. The league season was due to start at the end of March with 28 teams from Inverness, Inverness-shire, Nairn and Ross-shire competing across three divisions.