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6 April 2021

Tulloch Homes Camanachd Cup 1st and 2nd Round Draw

This afternoon the draw for the 1st and 2nd Rounds of the Tulloch Homes Camanachd Cup took place at the Tulloch Homes Head Office, Stoneyfield House, Inverness. Tulloch Homes Chief Executive George Fraser, was joined by the Camanachd Association CEO, Derek Keir. The early rounds of the cup have been regionalised in order to reduce travel as we move beyond the pandemic.

Draw details:

1st Round 26th June 2021

Northern Section

  • Beauly v Inverness
  • Glenurquhart v Strathglass

BYE. Skye

Southern Section

  • Inveraray v Lochaber
  • Ballachulish v Bute

BYE. Skye

2nd Round 17th July 2021

Northern Section

  • Newtonmore v Kingussie
  • Caberfeidh v Beauly/Inverness
  • Glenurquhart/Strathglass v Kinlochshiel
  • Skye v Lovat

Southern Section

  • Kilmallie v Ballachulish/Bute
  • Fort William v Oban Camanachd
  • Oban Celtic v GMA
  • Kyles Athletic v Inveraray/Lochaber

To watch the full draw, go to the Camanachd Association Facebook page

George Fraser, Tulloch Homes CEO said:

Everyone in the shinty world must be delighted we are within touching distance of a return to competitive matches. Hopefully, the draw for the first and second round of the Camanachd Cup will whet the appetite of players and supporters alike as we start on the journey to the Camanachd Cup Final in September”

Steven MacKenzie, Camanachd Association President said:

“This year represents the 125th anniversary of our sport’s “blue riband” trophy the Tulloch Homes Camanachd Cup. Having looked over the draw, I must say it has started in perfect style. A lot of well-matched opponents who should provide some exciting ties. It’s hard to ignore the Badenoch Derby of course, additionally I think Fort William vs Oban Camanachd will be a good spectacle in the southern section. We are delighted to have such an exciting draw to present and of course thankful to our sponsor Tulloch Homes for making it all possible.”

Derek Keir, Camanachd Association CEO said:

It was my pleasure to be at the draw this morning alongside George Fraser of Tulloch Homes as we take another important step towards the return of competitive shinty action. The commitment that Tulloch Homes have shown to shinty over the years has been tremendous. We are really excited by the draw and know that this will invigorate all of our clubs as they look forward to playing in this historic competition once again.”

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