Pre-season city workout for Inveraray

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Ahead of the opening day of the new shinty season, teams have been preparing with friendly matches.

Glasgow Mid Argyll 4, Inveraray 1

Glasgow Mid Argyll beat Inveraray 4-1 at Yoker.

Glasgow Mid Argyll led 1-0 at half-time with Duncan ‘Ach’ MacRae scoring.

Iain Luke made it 2-0 early in the second half with Craig Anderson scoring twice more before Garry MacPherson’s counter in the final minute.

Strathglass 3, Ardnamurchan 0

The Strathglass seconds beat Ardnamurchan 3-0 at Cannich.

Ciaran Melens got the opener early in the game and Sam Cooper added a second on 10 minutes.

A brace from Ciaran Melens on the hour finished the scoring.

Tayforth 6, Glasgow Mid Argyll 2

Tayforth overcame the Glasgow Mid Argyll second team 6-2 in their 1pm throw-up at Levenhall Links.

Ewan Menzies grabbed a hat-trick for the hosts, as did former Lochcarron player Niall Arnott on his debut. Ross Brown got both goals for the Glasgow side.

Aberdour 6, Col Glen 1

Aberdour defeated Col Glen 6-1 at Silver Sands.

An own goal, an Angus Thorburn double and efforts from David McDougal, Finlay MacNee and Alec Mitchell gave Aberdour the win.

Ballachulish P Oban Camanachd P

The meeting between Ballachulish and Oban Camanachd was postponed on Saturday morning as the Jubilee Park was unplayable.

Oban Camanachd will be tested this Saturday, February 23, when they visit the Eilan to play Newtonmore.

Lochside and Ballachulish meet at Mossfield, while Kilmory play Taynuilt.

Oban Celtic P St Andrew’s University P

The Saturday morning contest between the Oban Celtic’s second team and St Andrew’s University at Oban High School’s all-weather pitch was called off at short notice.

Oban Celtic take on premiership opposition as they play the Inveraray first team at Ganavan.

Lovat face Beauly at Balgate and the Lovat and Caberfeidh second teams clash at the same venue as Lovat mark the official opening of their new clubhouse.