There is not one, not two, but THREE Cup Finals on this weekend in an action packed weekend of shinty.

Hot on the heels of a really exciting Artemis Macaulay Cup Final we have the Ferguson Transport & Shipping Balliemore Cup Final, the MKM Building Supplies (Oban) Bullough Cup Final and the Strathdearn Final all taking place this Saturday!

Ferguson Transport & Shipping Balliemore Cup Final

The Balliemore Final sees 2021 beaten finalists Beauly take on Inveraray in what promises to be a tight encounter. Inveraray warmed up to the fixture with an impressive 8-0 win over Strathglass, while Beauly did just enough to beat a plucky Lochaber side 2-1 at Spean Bridge. The green and whites will take confidence from their 3-1 victory at the Winterton in the league earlier this season, however we all know that in a cup final anything can happen. There will be a stat pack coming later in the week so keep your eyes peeled on social channels to get a run down of all the facts that matter going into the final. This match takes place at An Aird and tickets are avaialble below:

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MKM Building Supplies (Oban) Bullough Cup Final

The Bullough Cup Final has brought together Glasgow Mid Argyll and Kilmory in what should be a fascinating match up at Taynuilt. Glasgow Mid Argyll beat Strachur-Dunoon 3-1 in the previous round to book their place in the final, whereas, Kilmory edged out Bute 2-1. Kilmory will be particularly proud of thier place in the final this year as they are competing in MOWI South Division 2 and they will face a GMA side battling it out for the title in the league above. That isn’t to say that GMA are going to have it all their own way Kilmory’s Alec Cunningham has hit an impressive 19 goals in all competitions this season! Stay tuned to the Camanachd’s social channels as we catch up with both Alec and GMA’s top scorer, Ross Brown.

Strathdearn Cup Final

Lovat and Newtonmore meet once again in the Strathdearn Cup Final, after last year’s incredible final which was 0-0 at Full Time and 4-4 after Extra Time, there is little doubt that this will be a great game. Newtonmore sailed past Caberfeidh in the Semi-Finals 11-0 while Lovat got one over local rivals Beauly – beating them 2-0. The final is taking place at Boleskine’s home pitch out in Farr and you can look forward to interviews with Lovat’s Joe Embleton and Newtonmore’s James Ross throughout the week.