The draw for the Semi-Finals of the Tulloch Homes Camanachd Cup took place live on BBC ALBA last night. Making the draw, at the Dell Kingussie were Sandy Grant, Tulloch Homes Managing Director and Steven MacKenzie, President of the Camanachd Association.

The 2022 Tulloch Homes Camanachd Cup Final will take place at The Dell on  Saturday 17th September and will be followed by the Final Fling Concert.

The Draw is

  • Kingussie v Oban Camanachd
  • Lovat v Kyles Athletic / Glasgow Mid Argyll

Dates & Venues will be confirmed later.

Steven MacKenzie, Camanachd Association President said: “I’m sure everyone will agree that the 2022 Tulloch Homes Camanachd Cup semi-final draw has produced two tantalising ties.  Kyles Athletic and Glasgow Mid Argyll will be determined to earn the right to face Lovat in their semi-final, while Lovat will be looking to go one better than last year by not only reaching the final but also winning it.  In the other semi, Kingussie will be looking to continue their unbeaten record while Oban Camanachd will take confidence from knocking out last years winners, Kinlochshiel, in their quarter-final.”

 Tulloch Homes Managing Director Sandy Grant said: ”It’s an extremely exciting semi-final line-up, 126 years since the first Camanachd Cup final was played.

“The ties feature teams with a rich tradition in this tournament and the draw leaves players and supporters with plenty to look forward to in two appetising affairs.

“Kingussie, the original winners in 1896, have lifted the cup 23 times while Kyles Athletic are 21 times winners, though they have a delayed quarter final against Glasgow Mid Argyll, whose single triumph was 45 years ago.

“Lovat, runners up last season, have won the cup twice while Oban Camanachd, who have knocked out holders Kinlochshiel, won the trophy for the third time in 1996.”

Mr Grant added: ”Tulloch Homes are delighted to once again sponsor shinty’s greatest competition and we look forward to entertaining ties deciding who will figure in the final at The Dell in September.”