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Shinty Results for 30th. August 2014
Our First team were at home to Caberfeidh in the National League in their
last home game of the season and gave their best performance to date gaining their first League victory winning
by 2 goals to 1. Hector Whitelaw making a welcome return to first team action won a penalty after 20 minutes which he
converted to put us ahead. Despite almost constant pressure from the away team our defence held firm and they were rewarded
for their efforts when winger John McCallum scored from a very tight angle in 70 minutes finishing off a fine passing
passage of play. The away team continued to press and scored with 10 minutes to go, however they could not get an equaliser. With
Captain Kevin Queen once again outstanding in goal, Graham Fisher having his best game so far marshalling the defence,
David Whitelaw tireless and tenacious in mid field and Hector Whitelaw using his experience to hold the ball up in attack
this was a well balanced display, each and every player putting in a performance full of grit and effort. Special
thanks to David Whitelaw who travelled from the south of England on the morning of the game and left soon after for the
return journey, your efforts are much appreciated David.
Our Second Team match away to Ballachulish in South Division 2 was postponed.
Our First Team travel to play Fort William on Saturday 6th. September
to play their final match in the National Division.
The membership fee of
£40 for senior players is now due and can be paid to any committee member. It takes a great deal of money to run our
club and the subscription fees are much needed, we will accept payment in instalments.
We would remind all senior players that our training is at the Meadows on both Monday
and Thursday at 6-15pm. On Mondays this is taken by David McVey, who kindly gives up his time to support our club,
this session is varied and very professional, please make the effort to attend and support David as he certainly
The youth and primary school
training will be held at the Meadows for the duration of the school summer holidays.
To all Members
It is not only the players and coaches who contribute to the success of our club, we are a community club and each
and every one of us has a part to play, we must pull together and work for the good of the club as a whole. A successful
team on the park depends on the hard work and efforts of all club members. We need to keep our clubhouse and changing
facilities in good condition to help provide funds for its upkeep, it costs a lot of money to run a club such as ours and
we need to look at other sources of income, all ideas are welcome.
We would thank our sponsors for their continued and valuable support, we really do appreciate them and welcome their
We also look forward
once again to welcoming those who attend on match days to provide support to our teams, it gives the players a boost
and makes them give that bit more effort, please continue to come along, bring family and friends and stay for a while
after the games to enjoy a drink or two in the bar.
We would ask once again for your support by buying tickets for our weekly lotto draw so efficiently
managed by Tommy Howat, this provides valuable funds for the club as well as offering good prize money to those who participate.