Well done to all the players who took part in the Fraser MacPhee Shinty Tournament at the weekend.

They all played brilliantly, and most importantly, had a great day of shinty. After a two-year break due to Covid it was really good to welcome everyone back again and see the young ones out enjoying themselves.

As ever, a huge thank you to all the volunteers who make this event happen and especially to the Latto families, Willie McDonald at Fort William Shinty Club, Jimmy Clark, Ann McIntyre and Mairi MacKinnon.

The organising committee would also like to thank referees Shane O Rourke, Archie MacKinnon, Struan Stephens and Ryan Cairns.

A total of £650 was raised from snack bar sales which will be topped up to £1000 by organisers and donated to the proposed first ever disability shinty festival to be held in Lochaber.

The results:

P5 and unders winners – Caol, after they beat Kincraig 4-2.

The P7 and unders winner was Caol after a thrilling final which saw them pip Lochaber to the post by scoring the winning goal in extra time.

The overall award for fair sportsmanship went to Fergus Hunt of Taynuilt.

P5 stick skills winner was Mila Dent of Banavie.

P5 speed hitting winner was Hugh Lamont of Kincraig who reached an impressive 102kmph.

P5 player of tournament was Donald Macleod Kincraig.

P7 player of the tournament was Reece Nolan of Caol.

P7 speed hutting winner was Cameron Macleod of Ballachulish at 96kmph.

P7 stick skills winner was Finlay Campbell of Taynuilt.