The south Under 14 league was completed on Sunday 7th November when Aberdour and Oban Camanachd’s youngsters met at Lochaber High Schools 4G pitch due to falling foul of Octobers weather conditions and grass pitches being unplayable.
Both teams had topped their area leagues by October to progress to the semi-finals with Aberdour defeating Dunoon by way of a penalty shootout after a tense 1-1 draw then Oban Camanachd defeated GMA 7-1 in the other semi ensuring a final between the Souths two top teams.

With referee Iain Kennedy taking charge it was the Oban side who started the better putting the Aberdour back line and goalkeeper under pressure and the Oban side were able to sustain the pressure for most of the 1st half. This produced some great individual tussles across the pitch with the Aberdour goalkeeper producing a string of top saves throughout the half. Aberdour were well organised and continued to try and impose themselves but were unable to find the net and the half ended with Oban Camanachd 2 up thanks to strikes from Scott Campbell and Mathew Sloss with the later proving to be a handful for the Dour defence throughout the game.

The 2nd half saw both teams produce free flowing shinty and credit must be given on how both sides youngsters tried to play the game. Aberdour were creating more chances and the game flowed from end to end but it was Camanachd who were to go on and further their lead with Mathew Sloss adding a further 3 goals to his tally with Fraser Macmillan and Daniel Duffy rounding out the Camanachd goals. It was Logan Adam with the goal for Aberdour who were unlucky not to grab a few more late on as the Camanachd goalie took his turn to produce some top saves.

Final score Oban Camanachd 7- 1 Aberdour.

Oban Camanachd captain Alexander Macdonald received the league trophy from CA youth Director Willie MacDonald who congratulated both teams for their efforts.