Marine Harvest North Division 2
Glengarry 6 Lochaber 1
Match of the day in this division looked to be the encounter between Glengarry and the Lochaber seconds at Craigard.
And ’Garry remain top of the table after Daniel MacLennan inspired them to a 6-1 win putting them two points clear at the top.
A Daniel MacLennan brace on 10 and 16 minutes made it 2- 0.
Steven Cameron made it 3- 0 on 24 minutes with Raymond Robertson on target three minutes later. Nick Dalgety netted four minutes before the break to make 5- 0.
Lochaber’s Keith Neville reduced the deficit on 60 minutes and there was no further scoring until eight minutes from time when Nick Dalgety got his second to make it 6-1.
Caberfeidh 5 Lochcarron 0
The Caberfeidh reserves inflicted Lochcarron’s first defeat of the season, winning 5- 0 at Castle Leod. Lochcarron made the better start, but two goals late in the first half gave ‘Cabers’ the edge. Substitute Paddy Wilson opened the scoring on 40 minutes and Jamie Matheson made it 2- 0 with a firm strike a minute before the break.
The Caberfeidh full forward line of Stuart Krzyzanowski and Jamie Matheson will cause problems for defences in this division and Krzyzanowski made it 3- 0 on 58 minutes.
Stuart Krzyzanowski got his second on 79 minutes, beating the onrushing keeper, and James Matheson got his second three minutes later to round off a fine 5- 0 win which lifts ‘Cabers’ to second place in the league.
Boleskine 0 Kilmallie 8
A strong Kilmallie reserve side returned from Smith Park with both points after they beat Boleskine 8- 0.
The visitors got off to a good start, Dean Williamson giving them the lead in five minutes.
With no Kilmallie first team game, Arran Sandison was included with the reserves and he notched a first half hat-trick with goals on 11, 20 and 32 minutes.
Dean Williamson got his second to make it 5- 0 nine minutes after the restart.
Arran Sandison took his tally to five goals with strikes on 61 and 85 minutes – either side of a 70th minute Callum MacDougall goal.
Inverness 2 Lewis Camanachd 1
The Inverness seconds recorded their first victory of the season, defeating Lewis Camanachd 2-1 in their 1pm throw-up at Bught Park.
Inverness goal-keeper Allan MacLeod saved well from Donald Lamont early in the match, with Lewis goalie Graham Cay also called into action at the other end.
Lewis lost Peter Gomes with a nasty head injury as the first half ended scoreless.
The visitors took the lead on 56 minutes when Dougie Shaw took an Ally Lamont ball out of the air to score from 20 yards.
Lewis had chances to increase their lead and they were punished for not taking them when the home side made a strong finish to the game.
Stuart MacRae found space to make it 1-1 on 67 minutes.
Kenny Murray went close for Lewis before Inverness won it at the death. The ball was squared to Stuart MacRae and his last minute goal, his second of the match, gave Inverness a 2-1 win.
Lovat 6 Strathglass 2
The Lovat seconds notched up their first win of the season, beating the Strathglass seconds 6-2 at Balgate.
Rory Campbell gave Lovat the lead on six minutes but Penri Jones equalised on 21 minutes.
James Fraser put Lovat back in front on 27 minutes and Rory Campbell’s second made it 3-1 on 30 minutes.
Strathglass reduced the deficit on 50 minutes. Referee John Wood awarded them a penalty and Penri Jones got his second from the spot to make it 3-2.
Raymond Rennie made it 4-2 on 64 minutes and this time they stayed in front.
Raymond Rennie again on 72 minutes and Darren Douglas a couple of minutes from time sealed the 6-2 win.
Strathspey Camanachd were the team without a fixture in this 11-team division.