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Kingussie Premiership game is postponed due to bereavement


By Gavin Musgrove


Kingussie will miss out on the chance to regain top place in the Premiership this weekend as their fixture against Kilmallie has been postponed.

The clash which is important at both end of the tables will have to be rearranged due to a bereavement connected with the Kilmallie club.

Kingussie had been looking to continue their winning ways after last weekend's Macaulay Cup win. Pictured from Saturday is Rory MacKeachan (Kingussie) with Daniel MacVicar (Oban) in the cup final.
Kingussie had been looking to continue their winning ways after last weekend's Macaulay Cup win. Pictured from Saturday is Rory MacKeachan (Kingussie) with Daniel MacVicar (Oban) in the cup final.

Kingussie’s noon throw up in North Division One against Newtonmore at the Eilan goes ahead as scheduled.

The Blue and Whites will later have an opportunity to overtake Kingussie in the Premiership if they can beat Inveraray, and even hit top spot if Lovat drop any points at Tighnabruaich against Kyles.



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