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Listen: Balls & Whistles Episode 35 – Camanachd Cup final, Scottish Cup action for Highland League sides, Moray Rugby Club travel to Ross Sutherland and more!


By Andrew Henderson

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Episode 35 of Balls & Whistles is available now!
Episode 35 of Balls & Whistles is available now!

There is only one place to start in this week's episode, and for a change it isn't in football! That's because the Camanachd Cup final takes place on Saturday between Lovat and Kinlochshiel, and Will has been chatting to both teams ahead of the historic match.

Inverness Caledonian Thistle have a big match of their own as they travel to the surprise strugglers of the Championship so far, Dunfermline, while Ross County host Hearts in Dingwall. The Highland League clubs and Golspie Sutherland are in Scottish Cup action, while the rest of the North Caley outfits return to league duty.

It has not been a great couple of weeks for Highland Rugby Club or Ross Sutherland, but is it too soon to say they each have must-win matches on Saturday? Inverness Craig Dunain will likely just be happy to get back playing, with both their men's and women's squads gearing up for their first games of the 2021/22 season.

Finally we hear about the record that Megan Keith is aiming to break and Fin Graham's homecoming at Dingwall Academy.

Get in touch with the show on Twitter (@Balls_Whistles) or by emailing ballsandwhistles@hnmedia.co.uk.

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Graham gets homecoming reception at Dingwall Academy


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