The Camanachd Association and are delighted to present the draw for the 1st Round  of the 2022 MacTavish Cup. Many of the sides in today’s draw will be setting their sights on the 11th of June Final at Bught Park, however, today’s draw threw up some ties which should make the road to the final a fascinating one.

The draw was conducted by Lucy and Grace, P7 pupils at Bun-sgoil Ghàidhlig Phort Righ. The full class was kitted out with t-shirts, bags and water bottles emblazoned with the new MacTavish Cup logo as a reward for their help in completing the draw.

The full draw is overleaf.

Camanachd Association CEO, Derek Keir said:

“The Camanachd Association is delighted to have had the opportunity to take one of our cup draws to the West Coast of Scotland and engage with the community in Portree. Our thanks go to the club for accommodating us and also to Bun-sgoil Ghàidhlig Phort Righ pupils for conducting the draw in such a professional manner! Community is at the very heart of shinty which is one of the reasons have supported the MacTavish cup and it was great to be able to visit the island of Skye to connect with some of our members in the area.” Business Development Manager, Christine Roberts said:

“We at live and work in these communities and that is a core reason that we want to provide this support to shinty – we know just how important the sport is to the people in rural communities across the North of Scotland.” MacTavish Cup 1st Round 

26th March 2022

  1. Kilmallie             v        Inverness
  2. Caberfeidh         v        Glenurquhart
  3. Newtonmore      v        Lochaber
  4. Strathglass         v        Fort William
  5. Kinlochshiel        v         Lovat
  6. Glengarry           v        Skye

Bye Beauly

Bye Kingussie

In the only all Premiership tie, holders Kinlochshiel have been drawn at home to Lovat in a repeat of the 2021 Tulloch Homes Camanachd Cup Final. Elsewhere, Fort William and Lochaber travel north to face Strathglass and Newtonmore respectfully, while Inverness go the opposite direction to take on Kilmallie at Canal Parks. Caberfeidh welcome 2019 finalists Glenurquhart with the final tie out of the hat seeing Glengarry play host to Balliemore Cup Champions Skye. 2021 finalists Kingussie have been given a bye along with Beauly.