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Shinty returns as Glenurquhart hammer Strathglass to lift Ali Ban Cup


By Will Clark

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Shinty returned to the field for the first time since lockdown as Glenurquhart proved too good for National Division rivals Strathglass to lift the annual Ali Ban Cup with a 6-0 victory.

David MacLennan with the man of the match trophy. Picture: Neil Paterson
David MacLennan with the man of the match trophy. Picture: Neil Paterson

Shinty was allowed to return to action on Saturday for the first time in six months in line with Government regulations.

Blairbeg Park in Drumnadrochit was closed to the public as the two teams competed for the historic trophy.

The hosts proved too good for the visitors from Cannich as Glenurquhart captain David MacLennan found the net four times with Charlie Macleod scoring twice to secure the trophy.



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