suffered a 6- 0 defeat at the hands of Caberfeidh on Saturday, despite an even first half.
It was 0- 0 when the half-time whistle blew and manager, Iain Brown said he thought his team were ‘doing well’ but Caberfeidh’s David Mellis opened the scoring in the first minute of the second half and scored again five minutes later. It was all downhill from there for Ballachulish.
Brown said: ‘It was a very even first half, we competed well and thought we were doing well. Then in the second half, the roof just fell in. I’m not sure if it was our On target for the islanders were Gordon MacMillan, Duncan Davidson and a brace from Robert Walker. This Saturday Bute travel to play Inveraray second team at the Winterton.
This Saturday, Evans’ men travel to face Argyll rivals, Glenorchy. With the Dalmally side second-bottom, Lochside will be hopeful to pick up the points, although Evans did say four regulars may be called up Oban Camanachd’s game away to Kinlochshiel.
The Glenorchy tie throws up at 3pm at Mart Park.
away game at Kilmory was called off due to an unplayable pitch. The Dalmally side have a home game against Lochside Rovers on Saturday.
away game at Inveraray also fell victim to the weather last weekend. This Saturday the host Taynuilt at Strathurmore.
will get back in action after a free Saturday when they travel to play Strachur.
league match against Glenorchy was called off last Saturday after a pitch inspection found the park to be unplayable. This weekend, the Mid Argyll side play host to Kyles Athletic’s second string Inveraray v Bute John MacGregor Kilmory v Kyles Athletic Robert Baxter Glenorchy v Lochside Rovers Lachie Wood - 3pm Oban Celtic v Aberdour Graham Cameron 3pm Strachur v Taynuilt Euan Pearson Boleskine v Strathspey John Wood Glengarry v Caberfeidh Scot McNeil Inverness v Aberdeen University Andy MacLean Kilmallie v Lochaber Willie MacDonald
ACTION MEN: Fort William’s double scorer, Duncan Rodger, and Kingussie’s James Hutchison in action during last Saturday’s Marine
Harvest Premiership match at An Aird. The Fort won 2- 0