Glasgow Celtic Society Cup Final

Oban Camanachd 1-1 Kyles Athletic (Kyles won 4-3 on pens)

Kyles Athletic triumphed over Oban Camanachd to become Glasgow Celtic Society Cup Champions again. Although, as there was nothing to split them the match went to penalties which Kyles won 4-3. You can watch all of the pens, goals and interviews below: MacTavish Cup

After winning against Fort William at the weekend Kingussie will meet Kinlochshiel in the MacTavish Cup Final on the 23rd of October.

Lachie Shaw had put Fort ahead early in the game but this only seemed to open the floodgates for Kingussie. Dylan Borthwick levelled the score 4 minutes before James Falconer put Kings 2-1 ahead.

The second half is where Kingussie really came into their own though, Ruairidh Anderson doubling the advantage before James Falconer grabbed his brace continuing his impressive season. Roddy Young added his name to the scoresheet almost immediately after that with Anderson soon also claiming his brace. Not to be outdone, Young rounded off a successful day for himself and Kingussie by scoring the final goal of the game in the 77th Minute.

Final score: Fort William 1-7 Kingussie.

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Strathdearn Cup

In what was a strong weekend of shinty action for the Strathdearn Final to stand out may have come as a surprise to some. It was however, a strong candidate for game of the season – a well fought but tight 90 minutes ended 0-0 but this is when the fun truly began.

In an impressive 15 minute display Newtonmore went into the break 4-0 up and surely thinking that they had blitzed their opponents into submission. Lovat however, proved they were made of stronger stuff and never let their heads drop – Cammy MacMillan and Jamie Matheson both hitting doubles to ensure the match went to penalties. The miracle in Kiltarlity might not quite have the same ring to it as the miracle in Istanbul but it was nevertheless complete by Lovat beating Newtonmore 3-2 on penalties with Manager Raymond Rennie scoring the winner!

A truly amazing match.

Lovat 4-4 Newtonmore

(Lovat 3-2 on pens)