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The Women’s Camanachd Association representative matches, sponsored by the Macaulay Association, took place at Mossfield, Oban, on Sunday September 29.
The dividing split between the North and South squad selection was again the Commando Monument at Spean Bridge and there were games at different age groups between the North (Blues) and the South (Reds) throughout the afternoon.
The North senior squad were 13-0 winners against their South counterparts in their 2.30pm throw-up.
Skye’s Sarah Corrigall struck twice on 7 and 10 minutes and Badenoch’s Kirsty Deans added a third on 16 minutes.
Lovat’s Laura Gallacher added her name to the scoresheet on 23 minutes, with Skye’s Lorna MacRae making it 6-0 with a double on 31 and 40 minutes.
Kirsty Deans got her second five minutes later before Lorna MacRae took her tally to four goals with efforts on 52 and 55 minutes. The North now led 9-0. Sarah Corrigall completed her hat-trick on 66 minutes to take the North into double figures.
An own goal on 70 minutes and another from Laura Gallacher five minutes later made it a dozen with a fifth Lorna MacRae strike a minute from time rounding off the scoring.
Skye’s Caitlin MacLean was named player of the match.
Davie Hamilton of the MacAuley Association presented the cup to captain Rhona McIntrye.
Red U14 1
Blue U14 11
North U14 ran out 11-1 winners against South U14 in their 1pm throw-up.
Glenurquhart’s Freya Gault scored on six and nine minutes to put the North 2-0 ahead.
An own goal on 23 minutes made it 3-0 before Dunadd’s Eilidh Cameron pulled a goal back on the half hour.
Badenoch’s Hope Borth-wick made it 4-1 on 35 minutes before Skye’s Megan Campbell added two more on 46 and 49 minutes.
Morven McCallum from Strathglass netted on 59 minutes before Megan Campbell completed her hat-trick on 63 minutes.
Skye’s Leah MacLeod hit the back of the net a couple of minutes later to make it 9-1.
Morven McCallum got her second on 68 minutes and Freya Gault, who started it all off, completed the scoring with a hat-trick goal on 70 minutes.