It was back to league duties on Tuesday night and Tomatin were at home to Grantown Utd. The home team were trying to put last Friday, devastating cup game out of their minds but it was Grantown who did all the early pressing as they forced a number of corners and started far better than Tomatin.
Tomatin entertained Aviemore RBL on Friday night for this cup semi final. With only one place separating the teams in the league you would expect a rather tight affair however it turned out to be an unusual 90 minutes.
Following extensive consultation on its proposals for upgrading the network between Beauly and Tomatin, Scottish Hydro Electric Transmission (SHE Transmission) is to carry out further assessment on a site suggested by local residents. The site, located in the area of Glen Kyllachy Forest on the Farr Road will now be the subject of additional surveys to assess its suitability.
Tomatin travelled to Aviemore for this first round cup match hoping to progress into the semi finals especially because this is their own cup. They started really well and were the better team in the first half hour but a combination of some good saves from stand in keeper Ben Mitchell together with a few missed opportunities kept the match level. It was the home team who took a surprising lead in the 35th minute after a good strike from young Sammy Domman was well saved by Stuart but the rebound fell nicely for Barry Mc Connell who slotted home from close range.
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