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Newtonmore given home cup tie as reward for overcoming Kingussie


By Gavin Musgrove

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Camanachd Association President Steven MacKenzie makes the draw for the 2021 HIS Sutherland Cup quarter finals.
Camanachd Association President Steven MacKenzie makes the draw for the 2021 HIS Sutherland Cup quarter finals.

Newtonmore have been handed a home draw against either GMA or Kyles Athletic in the quarter-finals of the 2021 Highland Industrial Supplies Sutherland Cup.

The draw for the contest took place yesterday evening for the ties on August 14 and was made by Garry Mackintosh, of sponsors HIS.

Newtonmore knocked out local rivals Kingussie in the second round, with both teams unbeaten this season going into last Saturday's clash.

2019 finalists Lochside Rovers and Lovat have both been drawn at home against Aberdeen University and Kinlochshiel or Skye respectively.

In the last quarter-final tie Beauly will welcome either Kilmory or Inveraray to Braeview Park.

Garry Mackintosh, of HIS, said: “Highland Industrial Supplies operate in shinty communities right across Scotland and we all know the importance of the Sutherland Cup to these communities.

"It is a competition with a strong history and one that we are proud to be sponsoring.”

Camanachd Association President Steven MacKenzie commented: “It is amazing that shinty is supported by local businesses who serve and employ people who are involved in our sport.

"The support that Highland Industrial Supplies have offered us over the past few years has been integral to navigating the past 18 months and my thanks go to Garry and everyone at HIS.”

The draw is as follows: Lovat vs Aberdeen University; Lochside Rovers vs Kinlochshiel or Skye; Newtonmore vs GMA or Kyles Athletic; Beauly vs Kilmory or Inveraray


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