Marine Harvest North Division 1
Aberdeen University 2 Newtonmore 8 The top of the table clash between third-placed Aberdeen University and the Newtonmore second team, who top the division, took place at Balgownie.
’More travelled with a strong squad with Evan Menzies included for the first time this season and Conor Jones and Chris Sellar both returning after injury.
In the end, Ewan Fraser and Alex Duncan scored for the students but doubles from Duncan Gorman, Evan Menzies and Conor Jones and strikes from Calum Stewart and Chris Sellar gave the reigning champions an emphatic 8-2 win.
Skye Camanachd 2 Glenurquhart 0
The Skye Camanachd colts go third after their 2- 0 win over the Glenurquhart colts in their noon throw up at Pairc nan Laoch, Portree.
After a goalless first half, Skye wing centre John Angus MacInnes, who came on as a substitute - missing the start of the game as he was working - hit a low 20-yard shot which bobbled along the hard surface and into the corner of the net to make it 1- 0 with 62 minutes played.
Connor Gilpin made it 2- 0 with a neat finish on 72 minutes. Gilpin’s shot from just outside the D gave the keeper no chance.
Forward Martin Pringle had his best game yet for the Skye seconds whilst Calum Robertson can be more than pleased with his debut in defence.
Beauly 1 Fort William 4
The Fort William seconds returned from Braeview Park with the points after they defeated the Beauly seconds 4-1 in their noon throw up.
Scott Henderson put the Fort ahead on eight minutes but a 13-minute Peter Dickson counter made it 1-1 at the break.
Fort William pulled away in the second half and player/manager Neil Robertson put them back in front on 68 minutes.
Scott Henderson went on to complete his hat-trick, scoring on 72 and 74 minutes to lift Fort William to fifth in the division.