Isle of Harris, Tobermory (Mull), Barra, Traigh (Arisaig) and Dragon’s Tooth (Ballachulish) Golf Clubs have been named alongside venues across the globe in a list of the World’s Top 50 9-hole courses.
Oban Times journalist, and golf beginner, Fiona Scott attempts to unravel the mysteries of the local fairways and gain a handicap of 53 by the time she is 53 at the end of June next year.
Reece Wilson’s win at the weekend was a huge boost for British mountain biking and the ultimate recognition of his talent. As reigning World Champion everyone will be raring to see him in front of his home crowd at Fort William next year.
Lochaber RFC said as a club they are always looking for ways to develop on and off the pitch.
Results of the final of the musical shoot-out were revealed at 2.15pm on Saturday afternoon
‘We want to show our support for the sport, and the Camanachd Association, at an
extremely difficult time,’ said George Fraser, chief executive of Tulloch Homes.
With an influx of youngsters coming up from the Under 18s squad Oban Lorne RFC are looking at a reformation of four individual teams within the club for training and selection purposes.
Principal Teacher of PE Murray Hamilton is keen to display old Oban High School team photographs along with current ones as well as establishing a sporting Hall of Fame type gallery in the new building.
Groups are already working hard to ensure next season is equally successful
Fun Day helped raise cash for two charities dear to the heart of the town: RNLI and The Fishermen’s Mission.