Ma­rine Har­vest South Di­vi­sion 1

The Oban Times - - Sport -

Kil­mory 3 Aber­dour 3

Aber­dour stay top of Ma­rine Har­vest South Di­vi­sion 1 af­ter they picked up a hard- earned point fol­low­ing a 3-3 draw with Kil­mory in their 2pm throw up at MacRae Park.

The league lead­ers trav­elled short with ab­sen­tees in­clud­ing tal­is­man Roddy MacColl.

It was a heavy sur­face but David MacDougall mas­tered the con­di­tions, drib­bling the ball into the dan­ger area to put Aber­dour 1- 0 ahead with 15 min­utes played.

It only took Kil­mory four min­utes to re­store par­ity through Andrew Cun­ning­ham, al­though Aber­dour had edged the first 45 min­utes.

Aber­dour put them­selves in a strong po­si­tion with a blis­ter­ing start to the sec­ond half. John Martin Philips made it 2-1 on 46 min­utes with An­gus Thor­burn adding a third just 60 sec­onds later.

Kil­mory fought back and Alastair MacArthur made it 3-2 on 55 min­utes.

Boosted by the goal, Kil­mory went in search of a lev­eller and it ar­rived on 62 min­utes when Andrew Cun­ning­ham got his sec­ond.

Aber­dour are a point clear at the top of the ta­ble, ahead of Tay­forth who have a game in hand.

Tay­forth 4 Kyles Ath­letic 1

Tay­forth were on top form as they beat the Kyles Ath­letic sec­ond team 4-1 at Leven­hall Links.

Jamie Mac­Don­ald gave Tay­forth the lead in two min­utes, with Fin­lay Stark mak­ing it 3- 0 with goals on 21 and 36 min­utes.

Craig Martin got a goal back a cou­ple of min­utes into the sec­ond half.

How­ever a sec­ond from Jamie Mac­Don­ald on 49 min­utes con­firmed the 4-1 win.

Taynuilt 1 Glenorchy 1

Two goals in the fi­nal 13 min­utes saw Taynuilt and Glenorchy share the points in a 1-1 draw at Taynuilt Sports Field.

Alex MacPher­son gave Glenorchy a 77th minute lead in this derby match but Steven Campbell equalised with just five min­utes re­main­ing.

This was Glenorchy’s first league game of the sea­son and they are in Ma­rine Har­vest Ca­manachd Cup ac­tion this Satur­day at Kil­mory.

Lochside Rovers P Bal­lachul­ish P

The game be­tween Lochside Rovers and Bal­lachul­ish at Moss­field was post­poned fol­low­ing the pass­ing of Neil ‘Nonny’ MacInnes.

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