Marine Harvest South Division 1
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.