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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.

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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

As­so­ci­a­tion.

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