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Dozens of young shinty players took part in the GS Campbell National Primary School Indoor Championship at Fort William on Saturday, with Bun-sgoil Ghàidhlig claiming victory in the P7 and under competition.
The Skye team beat Glenurquhart side Balnain in the final after a hard fought encounter. Inverlochy were unfortunate to miss out on the final, losing to Balnain in the semi finals.
In the P5 and under tournament at Lochaber High School, Newtonmore romped to victory.
The Badenoch side brushed aside the Glasgow Gaels 9-1 in the final after a narrow victory in their semi final against Portree, winning 3-2 with a golden goal in extra time.
Inveraray won the fair play award for showing class and determination even when outmatched.
The winning Phort Rìgh team are presented with their trophy by Camanachd Association youth director Willie MacDonald. Photograph: Iain Ferguson, alba.photos. NO F08 National Primary Shinty 01
All the teams who took part in the P7 and under tournament at the Nevis Centre in Fort William on Saturday. Photograph: Iain Ferguson, alba.photos. NO F08 National Primary Shinty 02
The two P5 and under finalists: runners up Glasgow Gaels and winners Newtonmore. Abrightside Photography, John Paul Peebles. NO F08 LHS Shinty comp 01.
Action from the P5 and under final between Glasgow Gaels and Newtonmore. Abrightside Photography, John Paul Peebles. NO F08 LHS Shinty comp 02.