Shutouts rule in final week of GSL season
The GSL senior women’s division finished off the regularseason portion of the schedule last week, with all matches ending as shutouts.
In Dunvegan, the host side beat a short-handed Glen Sandfield squad, on goals from Michelle DeRepentigny ( 3), Alexia Chaumont ( 2), and Robyn Gandia.
DeRepentigny finished the season as the division’s top scorer.
In other action, Laggan and Char-Lan FC played to a 0-0 draw, while Glen Sandfield pre- vailed 3-0 over Vankleek Hill. Names of scorers were not available at press time.
Both playoff semifinal series were scheduled to begin last night, July 31, with results unavailable before went to press.
We will have updates on our website at sportsintheglens.com
Dunvegan vs. Glen Sandfield series: second match at Lochiel on Aug. 7, followed by an Aug. 12 contest, if necessary, in Dunvegan.
Dunvegan 11 0 1 +56 33 Laggan 7 2 3 +39 23 Char-Lan FC 6 3 3 +15 21 Glen Sandfield 2 1 9 -59 7 Vankleek Hill 1 0 11 -51 3
Laggan vs. Char-Lan FC: game two Aug 7 at North Lancaster Park, with a third match, if needed, on the Lochiel pitch. All games start at 8:30 p.m.
– the county banner in this competition.
At 5:30 p.m., the heavyweights will make way for a tug-of-war battle between teams representing North Glengarry and South Glengarry.
Saturday morning, starting at 8 a.m., the intermediate heavyweights (teens) will compete on the north infield.
An hour later, on the south infield, the World’s Invitational and Canadian Scottish Professional Heavyweights Championship will take begin. This competition runs throughout the day, taking a break for lunchtime, whilst the massed bands perform.
Dalkeith’s Jason Baines is scheduled to do battle against a field of athletes hailing from other parts of Ontario, Nova Scotia, Alberta, and the U.S.A.
At various times Saturday, on the east side of the infield, the Highland regiments tug-of-war Challenge Cup competition will be held, with the final at 5:30 p.m.
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BELLES OF THE BALL: Dunvegan’s Michelle DeRepentigny holds off a challenge from Carina Mayr, of the Glen Sandfield team.