Inveraray progress in Camanachd Cup

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Tulloch Homes Camanachd Cup – first round

Inveraray 2 Glasgow Mid Argyll 0

Two early goals gave Inveraray a win over Glasgow Mid Argyll on a heavy Winterton pitch.

Craig Taylor put Inveraray ahead on four minutes, with the ball taking a wicked bounce in front of the keeper.

Lewis MacNicol doubled his side’s advantage on 15 minutes with a strike from the left which went across the keeper into the far corner of the net.

Mid Argyll were struggling at the back but settled into the game and had a chance close to half-time to cut Inveraray’s lead when they were awarded a penalty. Craig Anderson, however, was unable to find the net.

Inveraray’s experience showed and they saw out the rest of the match to take their place in the second round.

Referee Ross Brown tried to let the game flow but issued five yellow cards as the contest became tousy at times.

Women’s Camanachd Association
Marine Harvest South Division 2

Cowal and Bute 2 Dunadd 6

Dunadd travelled to Dunoon to take on the Cowal and Bute girls on Sunday May 13.

Charmaine Love and Jess Cameron netted for the hosts, but Eilidh Cameron scored five and Leone Airlie got the other for Dunadd as the Mid Argyll outfit left with the points.