Ma­rine Har­vest South Di­vi­sion 1

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Lochside Rovers 12 Glenorchy 0

Lochside Rovers stay out in front at the top of Ma­rine Har­vest South Di­vi­sion 1 with a com­pre­hen­sive 12- 0 win over Glenorchy at Moss­field.

Lochside were with­out Evan MacLel­lan, Jor­dan Kerr, young­ster Len­non Camp­bell and Iain MacMil­lan, who was with the se­niors.

Glenorchy’s Kieron Gal­lagher was free of his one-match sus­pen­sion. The vis­i­tors trav­elled with just 13 play­ers and Dun­can Smith was free to play but he will miss his side’s next two matches as his book­ing against Aber­dour a week ear­lier takes him through the dis­ci­plinary points thresh­old.

A quick-fire Craig MacDougall dou­ble on three and nine min­utes was a sign of what was to come.

Lewis Buchanan made it 3- 0 on 31 min­utes. Daniel Sloss was fouled and he picked him­self up to take a quick free-hit to Buchanan, who took a lovely touch be­fore send­ing a good fin­ish low into the net. Craig MacDougall com­pleted his hat-trick a minute later. Craig Eas­ton worked the ball for­ward to Craig MacMil­lan and he found MacDougall who scored from out­side the D.

Lewis Buchanan con­verted a re­bound off the keeper to make it 5- 0 on 34 min­utes and Craig MacDougall got his fourth a cou­ple of min­utes later to make it 6- 0 at the break.

The mes­sage to the Lochside play­ers at the in­ter­val was to main­tain the tempo showed in the first half and Craig MacDougall did ex­actly that, adding his fifth a minute af­ter the restart.

Craig MacMil­lan added his name to the score­sheet, mak­ing it 8- 0 on 50 min­utes and Lewis Buchanan took his tally to four goals with strikes on 63 and 64 min­utes, the for­mer of which was the goal of the match. Chrissie MacMil­lan played the ball to the back post and it bounced once be­fore Buchanan volleyed it into the top cor­ner of the net from a tight an­gle.

Michael MacQueen made it 11- 0 on 75 min­utes and Craig MacDougall com­pleted a pro­duc­tive af­ter­noon’s work when he scored his sixth goal of the game just four min­utes from time.

This was Lochside’s sev­enth suc­ces­sive clean sheet and the side have no game this week­end as Moss­field hosts Oban Live.

An Aberdein Con­si­dine Suther­land Cup quar­ter-fi­nal tie against the Bute sec­onds is in their sights with the match com­ing a week later.

Aber­dour 5 Col Glen 1

Aber­dour re­main a point be­hind the lead­ers fol­low­ing their 5-1 win over Col Glen at Sil­ver­sands.

A first half Roddy MacColl dou­ble on 32 and 39 min­utes gave Aber­dour an early cush­ion.

An­gus Thor­burn made it 3- 0 just 10 min­utes af­ter the restart.

Col Glen’s An­drew MacVicar pulled a goal back on 70 min­utes but a sec­ond from An­gus Thor­burn on 73 min­utes and hat-trick goal from Roddy MacColl just a cou­ple of min­utes later com­pleted the 5-1 win.

Bal­lachul­ish 1 Taynuilt 1

Bal­lachul­ish and Tay­forth both im­proved their league stand­ings fol­low­ing their 1-1 draw at Ju­bilee Park.

Lorne Brown gave Balla’ ahead on the half hour mark but Steven Parr se­cured Taynuilt’s point with a 65 minute goal.

Tay­forth 0 Bute 1

Tay­forth and Bute met at Leven­hall Links and the teams looked set to share the points.

How­ever Bute’s Robert Walker popped up with what proved to be the win­ner just 8 min­utes from time.

Bute re­main bot­tom of the table be­cause of their points de­duc­tion but it seems only a mat­ter of time be­fore they climb the di­vi­sion.

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