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SHINTY – Lovat face Kingussie in Macaulay Cup semi final


By Will Clark

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LOVAT will look to get revenge on Kingussie by attempting to become the first team to beat them this season and reach the final of the Macaulay Cup.

Wating for a high ball: Daniel Grieve (Lovat) and Kingussie captain Savio Genini. Kingussie v Lovat in the MOWI Premiership, played at The Dell, Kingussie.
Wating for a high ball: Daniel Grieve (Lovat) and Kingussie captain Savio Genini. Kingussie v Lovat in the MOWI Premiership, played at The Dell, Kingussie.

The two teams are set to go head to head at Beauly tomorrow afternoon with the winner facing either Kyles Athletic or Oban Camanachd in the final.

Lovat have been beaten twice by Kingussie this season, including a 4–2 defeat in the MacTavish Cup semi final before being thrashed 6–3 in the Premiership this season.

Kinlochshiel will look to keep their hopes of winning shinty’s Premiership this season when they travel to The Eilan at Newtonmore tomorrow.

Victory will be vital to keep their Premiership title hopes alive as Kinlochshiel currently lie 10 points behind leaders Kingussie, but have three games hand, with two points for a win, as they currently lie in third place.

The clash is only one of two matches in the Premiership taking place tomorrow.

In the other match Glasgow Mid-Argyll are on Kilmallie a taking on Yoker as both teams are looking to move away from the relegation zone.

Only two matches are taking place in the National Division tomorrow as Lochaber face Skye with a bottom of the table clash as Oban Celtic take on Aberdour.

In North Division One, Wester Ross outfit Lochcarron will be looking to move further away from the relegation zone when they face Skye at Battery Park.

Lochcarron are second bottom of North Division One but are eight points ahead of bottom of the table Caberfeidh Reserves.

In the other North Division One matches, Kingussie Reserves are set to face promotion chasing Glengarry with Fort William taking on Newtonmore.

In North Division Two, Boleskine take on Lewis at Smith Park.

Kilmallie are scheduled to take on Aberdeen University.


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