Decisions to be made for Kingussie's Camanachd Cup final line-up
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Kingussie boss Iain Borthwick will have some last-minute calls to make for his line-up for the Camanachd Cup final with several key players struggling with fitness issues.
His side go into the game in buoyant mood, however, after a stunning last gasp win over title challengers Kyles Athletic at the Dell last Saturday with last season's captain Savio Genini hitting a late salvo to take both points.
The forward struck twice in added time to give the Red and Blues what looked likely a highly unlikely victory with normal time running out.
Boss Iain Borthwick's attention turned to the final immediately afterwards, and he had some encouraging news.
He said: “Thomas Borthwick got a good hour on his return from injury, and I’m really pleased about that as it was important to get him game time with the final in mind.
"We only took him off as a precaution as he’d taken a few knocks.
“We left James Falconer and Rory MacKeachan out because of injury though. They have been receiving physio this week.
"It might be a struggle for them to play in the final but we will see how they have responded to the treatment."
Borthwick added: “Oban Camanachd had a good result on Saturday, so it is going to be a tough game and a good one for the neutrals.”
The only other slight concern for the Kings was that Kieran Macpherson required four stitches below the knee after the Kyles game but he is expected to take his usual place for Saturday’s final.
Throw up at Bught Park in Inverness is at 2pm and the whole match will be broadcast live on BBC ALBA.