Aberdein Considine Sutherland Cup - second round
Newtonmore 8 Lochcarron 0
Holders Newtonmore seconds were too strong for Lochcarron, winning 8- 0 at the Eilan.
David Cheyne gave ’ More a 23-minute lead with Iain Cameron putting through his own goal a minute later.
Calum Stewart on 29 minutes, John MacKenzie on 32 minutes and Stewart again on 44 minutes made it 5- 0 at the break.
Newtonmore continued to dominate in the second half and Craig MacLeod added a sixth just three minutes after the restart.
A second for David Cheyne on 67 minutes and a second from Craig MacLeod 10 minutes from time rounded off the 8- 0 win.
Aberdour 0 Kingussie 7
The Kingussie colts are also through to the third round, beating the Aberdour colts 7- 0 in their noon throw up at Silversands.
Dylan Borthwick broke the deadlock on 17 minutes and Daniel Donald made it 2- 0 on 27 minutes.
Dylan Borthwick got his second a minute later to make it 3- 0.
An Alistair Abbott own goal on 36 minutes and Kevin Thain strike just 60 seconds later made it 5- 0 at half time.
Two late goals put gloss on the win as Liam Borthwick found the back of the net on 81 minutes with Owen Reid completing the 7- 0 win a minute later.
Kyles Athletic 0 Lochside Rovers 2
Lochside Rovers returned from Tighnabruaich with a win for the second successive Saturday, beating the Kyles Athletic second team 2- 0.
Michael MacQueen gave the Oban side a 33-minute lead with a 25-yard rocket shot into top corner of the net.
Keith Burnett added a second on 66 minutes courtesy of a lovely assist from Michael MacQueen that left Burnett one- on- one with keeper and he slipped the ball past the advancing Kyles’ custodian.
Kyles put pressure on the visitors during the final 15 minutes but the Lochside defence was outstanding.
Glenurquhart 3 Boleskine 0
The Glenurquhart reserves scored three times in the first half to record their first win of the season, beating Boleskine 3- 0 at Blairbeg.
Ben Hosie, recently returned to the side following the end of Inverness City’s football season, opened the scoring on six and he added a second on 22 minutes.
A Cairn Urquhart goal a minute before referee John Matheson’s half-time whistle made it 3- 0 which was enough to seal victory.
The winning margin could have been bigger but the Glen had further efforts ruled out for offside.
Lochaber 0 Glengarry 3
The Lochaber second team and Glengarry met for the second time this season with ’Garry winning again; this time 3- 0 at Spean Bridge.
Raymond Robertson continued his scoring spree with a strike on 29 minutes and David Rodgers made it 2- 0 just 10 minutes later.
Stuart Gregory rounded off the win with a goal a couple of minutes from time.
Caberfeidh 3 Inverness 0
The Caberfeidh seconds beat the Inverness seconds 3- 0 at Castle Leod.
The Inverness midfield was made up of former Skye player Ewen MacKinnon and his sons William MacKinnon, at full centre following a hand injury, and Ross MacKinnon.
Ruaraidh McCreadie opened the scoring on 10 minutes and Fraser MacArthur made it 2- 0 with a high, looping ball in on goal on 39 minutes.
There were few chances to score in the second half but Brian MacKain scored against his former club with 20 minutes remaining to round off the 3- 0 win.
Fort William W/O v Oban Lorn
The Fort William seconds sailed through to the quarter finals when Oban Lorn were unable to raise a team for their noon throw up at An Aird.
Bute W/O v Caithness
The Bute reserves were given a walk- over when non-league Caithness were unable to raise a team for their trip to The Meadows.
MacDonalds in action - Inveraray’s Alan in a tussle for the ball with Oban Celtic’s Andy during their Macaulay Cup tie at the Winterton last weekend.