Woman’s shinty round up

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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.

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