Woman’s shinty round up
Marine Harvest North Division 2 Glenurquhart 0 Glengarry 9
Glengarry stay top of the league on goal difference after they beat Glenurquhart 9- 0 at Drumnadrochit.
The ’Garry goals came from Aoife Tangey, Leona Faulkner, an Elaine Cameron treble, two from Margaret Goudie, a Katie Sylvester strike, with Siobhan West rounding off the scoring.
’Garry are five goals better off than second placed Lovat with both sides having played six matches.
Lovat 10 Inverness 1
Second place Lovat remain are very much in the tile hunt as they beat bottom of the table Inverness 10-1 at the Balgate.
Laura Gallacher scored four times for Lovat while Nicky Grant grabbed a hat-trick. Niamh Clark scored twice with youngster Ellie MacKinnon also on target. Amber MacKay scored for Inverness.
Strathspey 3 Strathglass 4
Strathglass stay third but they had to work hard to beat fourth place Strathspey 4-3 at Grantown Grammar School.
Jesse Hart scored all three of the Strathspey goals but a Morgan Redpath double and efforts from Laura Fraser and Chloe MacLeod won the day for Strathglass.
Marine Harvest South Division 2 Glasgow Mid Argyll 11 Fort William 1
The Glasgow Mid Argyll second team stay top of the table after they beat Fort William 11-1 at Peterson Park, Yoker.
Sophie Tinney, Joan Nicolson, Elaine McGarrie and Iona Cooper all bagged doubles for GMA while Laura Stuart, Eleanor Fraser and Geraldine Murphy got the others.
Ashleigh Fraser got Fort William’s consolation goal late in the second half.
GMA are now two points ahead of second placed Ardnamurchan but they have played a game more.
Ardnamurchan 5 Dunadd 3
A great start to the match helped Ardnamurchan to a 5-3 win over Dunadd.
The home side quickly clocked up a 3- 0 lead thanks to goals from Kate Bradley after three minutes and an Eilidh Ross double on five and eight minutes.
Shannon Ross pulled a goal back for Dunadd on 21 minutes to make it 3-1 and that’s the way it stayed until 59 minutes when Eilidh Ross completed her hat-trick to make it 4-1.
Laurene Cameron was on target for Dunadd on the hour but Eilidh Ross took her personal tally to four goals just three minutes later to make it 5-2.
A second strike to the game from Laurene Cameron made it 5-3 on 69 minutes and that’s the way it ended.