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Dozens of eager young shinty players took to the An Aird field on Sunday for the annual Fraser MacPhee Shinty Tournament.
Primary school teams from as far as Glasgow, Tighnabruaich, and Beauly travelled to Fort William for a great day of competition.
Inverlochy Primary School continued their dominance of primary school shinty as the P7s took top spot in their tournament, while in the P5s tournament, Newtonmore reined supreme.
As well as the team competitions, there were some individual prizes to be handed out as Inverlochy’s Ben Corner and Newtonmore’s Joe Coyle won the player of the tournament prizes for the P5 and P7 competitions respectively. Players also had the opportunity to test their power in the speed hitting contest
Organised every year by the MacPhee family, the tournament is played in memory of late Fort William Shinty Club youth player Fraser MacPhee.
As well as a fantastic turnout, the shinty tournament helped raise more than £700 raised for the Disability Shinty Festival.
Inverlochy won the P7s and Unders.
Newtonmore won the P5s and Unders.
P7 Player of the Tournament – Ben Corner, Inverlochy.
P5 Player of the Tournament – Joe Coyle, Newtonmore.
P7 Skills comp winner – James Muir, Oban.
P5 Skills comp winner – Hector MacLennan, Beauly.
P7 Shooting comp winner – Angus MacKinnon, Inverlochy.
P5 Shooting comp winner – Sean McKenzie, Beauly.
All the teams that took part in the annual tournament on Sunday. Photo: Abrightside Photography. NO F24 Fraser MacPhee Shinty 01
The victorious Inverlochy P7 team. NO F24 Fraser MacPhee Shinty 03
Newtonmore won the P5 tournament. NO F24 Fraser MacPhee Shinty 02