Inveraray and Newtonmore to
the missing man with two goals, one in each half, to gain the points for the Fort.
Manager Victor Smith said: ‘It was a good result, but obviously the incident with Ewen wasn’t very good. We just had to keep the ball away from the spare man but we managed to get the win.’
This weekend Fort William will welcome Lovat to An Aird for the replay of the Camanachd cup quarter final, but will be without suspended Campbell, Niall MacPhee and Bryan Simpson.
Smith said: ‘ We’re looking forward to it and we’re under no pressure. We just want to go out, enjoy it, play well and hopefully get a result.’ but I don’t think that had any effect on the performance or the score.’
The team is set to have a full house for the home this weekend.
put up a good fight when they welcomed Glenurquhart on Saturday, but it wasn’t enough as they went down 4-3.
Connor Sweeney of Lochaber opened the scoring at Spean Bridge in the 15th minute and Stuart Callison scored another two for the home side, but it didn’t compare to a Fraser Heath’s hattrick and another from James MacPherson to ensure Glen’ took home the points.
This weekend Lochaber are at home and welcome Kyles Athletic. Kyles are just two points behind Ally Ferguson’s men but have five games in hand.
handed out a thrashing to Kinlochshiel Saturday.
The Tighnabruaich side are sitting third from the top and were scheduled to play Inveraray last night ( Wednesday).
They will go head-to-head with Lochaber on Saturday in their second away game of the week.
TOP MAN: Despite being on the losing side, Oban Camanachd’s James MacMillan was voted man of the match in the Macaulay
Cup semi-final. James was presented with his award by Alan Hill from the Macaulay