Good form continues for Red Star

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Lochgilphead Red Star kept up the momentum in their series of friendly matches under coronavirus restrictions.

A week after defeating Oban Saints’ Greater Glasgow AFL side 5-1, the Mid Argyll outfit travelled to Dunoon for another all-Argyll challenge with covid rules in place.

Red Star came away with a 1-0 victory thanks to a goal by Coll McCallum, scoring his second goal in successive games.

Man of the match was Red Star goalie Jake Weir, who pulled off a string of top-class saves.