Apologies to a great crowd for a poor second half performance against Cabers on Saturday. We managed to stay in touch against the league leaders thanks to an Ally Lamont goal until a missed penalty saw our friends from Strathpeffer step up a gear. Not the best way for Dukey to celebrate being the first Lewis player to play 100 games for the club, but still a very important milestone for our young team.
Caberfeidh have their own Ross-shire Camanachd Sixes for Youth this Saturday followed by a Cabers Veteran Match against a Rest of the World Select in aid of Alzheimer’s Scotland. A great cause anad more info can be found here. If you could be as generous at giving donations as we were at giving them goals then sure they will be happy. Best of luck to them.
Whilst we haven’t got a youth team in action this weekend, the ladies team make their competitive debut with a trip to the Far North Sixes at Scourie instead. The tournament is an important milestone in the club’s history, with the club winning it in 2010, part of the impetus generated helping us towards league entry, but in recent years we’ve focused on sending development and youth squads. Best of luck girls and best of luck to the organizers who always put on a great event.
Next up for the first team is Inverness at Shawbost this Saturday – games against the Town are always tight affairs and they will be looking to draw level with us on points at the bottom of the league. Throw-up is at 2.30pm (TBC). Please come along, it was great to see so many people out and about on Saturday last.
Ronald Ross will be visiting us on the 17th of June and this will entail a Primary Development Tournament and a Foundation Coaching Course for anybody, including parents and teachers who might wish to get involved.