Marine Harvest North Division 1
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.