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Lovat find out who stands in their way of reaching Camanachd Cup final


By Will Clark

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Lovat will face either Kingussie or Kilmallie in the Camanachd Cup semi final if they can overcome Oban Camanachd in the last eight.

Bid 4 Oban chief executive Andrew Spence alongside chair of Oban Lorn and the Isle’s Area Committee and Common Good Fund Elaine Robertson
Bid 4 Oban chief executive Andrew Spence alongside chair of Oban Lorn and the Isle’s Area Committee and Common Good Fund Elaine Robertson

All four teams will face each other this weekend to decide who goes through to the last four.

In the other semi final Kinlochshiel will face Kyles Athletic after beating Oban Celtic and Beauly respectively last weekend.

The semi-finals will take place on Saturday, August 28 and Saturday, September 4 at neutral venues which will be decided by the Camanachd Association competition committee in due course.

Camanachd Association president Steven MacKenzie, said: “It is an exciting day in the shinty world as the remaining teams now can see a clear path to the final.

"The confirmed semi-final is undoubtedly a mouth watering prospect with Kyles looking to return to the final for the first time since 2013 and Kinlochshiel eager to make the first final in their history.

"In the other tie there is still a lot to play for but whatever the makeup of the semi-final it is

sure to be a fantastic match."


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