Kinlochshiel looking to make shinty history in their Camanachd Cup semi-final

Kinlochshiel will attempt to reach the Tulloch Homes Camanachd Cup final for the first time in their 63-year history when they face twenty-one time winners Kyles Athletic at Taynuilt on Saturday.

Kinlochshiel take on Kyles Athletic in the last four of the Camanachd Cup.

Kinlochshiel have missed injured defenders Conor Cormack, Mark MacDonald and David Falconer in recent weeks and hope to have at least two of them back for this semi-final. George Thomson remains out for Kyles, who undertake injury checks on Neil MacVicar and Conor Kennedy.

Lovat and Glenurquhart do battle for a place in the MacTavish Cup quarter-finals. Lovat’s Fraser Heath will play with stitches in a head wound whilst keeper Stuart MacKintosh returns for the Glen.

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