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New­ton­more 3 Kin­lochshiel 0

New­ton­more’s sec­ond team drew level on points with league Aberdeen Univer­sity af­ter they

beat Kin­lochshiel’s sec­ond team 3- 0 at the Ei­lan.

New­ton­more’s Calum Ste­wart scored the only goal of the first half on 25 min­utes.

Craig MacLeod made it 2- 0 on 53 min­utes and Calum Ste­wart got his sec­ond on 66 min­utes.

New­ton­more trail the stu­dents on goal dif­fer­ence but they are ahead of Beauly and Kin­gussie, also on goal dif­fer­ence.

Kin­gussie 3 Glenurquhart 1

The Kin­gussie sec­onds recorded their sec­ond win of the sea­son when they came from be­hind to beat the Glenurquhart sec­onds 3-1 at The Dell.

The vis­i­tors went in front on 21 min­utes when the ball ended up in the net off Kin­gussie young­ster Liam Borth­wick.

Kin­gussie were quickly out of the blocks at the start of the sec­ond half and two Kevin Thain goals in three min­utes – on 48 and 50 min­utes – swung the match their way.

Liam Borth­wick atoned for his ear­lier mishap when he made it 3-1 on 74 min­utes.

Beauly 1 Skye Ca­manachd 0

The Beauly colts notched up their sec­ond suc­ces­sive 1- 0 win, beat­ing the Skye Ca­manachd colts at Brae­view Park.

Beauly had Barrie Mac­Don­ald in their side as he makes his way back from in­jury.

Skye ab­sen­tees in­cluded young de­fender Jamie Gillies who has a bro­ken an­kle but, with no first team game, young­ster James Pringle was given a run out in at­tack.

The first half ended goal­less with Skye’s John An­gus MacInnes see­ing one ef­fort come back off the post.

Just as he did a week ear­lier, Ross Forbes scored the only goal of the game to give Beauly the lead on 56 min­utes. Good lead up play from Barrie Mac­Don­ald, Sean Ste­wart and Cal­lum Flynn set up the chance for Forbes to score.

Beauly player/man­ager Kyles Mac­Don­ald made some great saves dur­ing the game and Skye came within a whisker of a lev­eller when a James Pringle strike hit the post.

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