The Bullough Cup Final will take place on Saturday 23rd October with a 2pm throw up at the Playing Fields, Tighnabruaich.

Kyles Athletic will take on Lochside Rovers in what promises to be an exciting final to conclude an incredibly busy period for both clubs.

Kyles won with goals four goals from David Martin (x2), Ross Donald and Finnan Kennedy to overcome a Bruce Johnson goal for Kilmory in the semi finals. In the other semi final Lochside Rovers enjoyed a convincing victory against Oban Celtic with two goals from Michael MacQueen, a hat trick from Lewis Buchanan and Matthew Sloss 37, 63, 77 and further goals from Innes MacMillan and Innes Jackson.

Saturdays game promises to be a cracker with the two previous finals hosted by the two clubs ending 5-2 in favour of Lochside Rovers in 2018 and 6-4 in 2009 after extra time again in favour of Lochside Rovers. Lochside will go into the match with 23 victories in the Bullough Cup to their name since the trophy was established in 1906. Kyles have won the trophy 3 times since then and will be looking to add a fourth.

After Lochside Rovers semi final victory over Oban Celtic, Lochside Manager Gareth Evans discussed his sides chances with Les Kinvig (Camanachd Association Regional Development Officer).

Les Kinvig on Twitter: “Lochside Rovers to face Kyles Athletic 2nds in Bullogh Cup final on 23rd October. We caught up with Lochside manager Gareth Evans after their convincing semi final win.” / Twitter

All events this year are done so under extremely challenging circumstances as clubs and the Association continue to deal with the impact of COVID 19. Whilst we continue to navigate these challenge times it is vital that we find the capacity to recognise and celebrate the incredible efforts made by all involved to make competitions possible this year. Match officials, Club Volunteers, playing members and everyone involved deserves enormous credit for the work carried out to make this years events possible. Good luck to both teams involved in tomorrows exciting final.