Na­tional Di­vi­sion

The Oban Times - - Sport 31 -

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

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