ABERDOUR Shinty Club's seconds picked up their third draw from four outings in their Mowi South Division Two season at Oban Celtic on Saturday.

In windy conditions, but on a dry pitch, the West Fifers took a 22nd minute lead thanks to Logan Adam's well-taken volley, but their advantage was cut short when Damien MacIntyre equalised in the 35th minute.

In the second half, play moved from end-to-end, with both teams having opportunities to score, but the goalkeepers at each end were in good form to keep the match level.

Aberdour were on the ascendency in the final 15 minutes, pushing Oban Celtic back inside their own half, but were forced to settle for a draw as they couldn't turn their pressure into an all-important goal.

Coach Martin Cameron said: "Both teams had a strong centre line, but 16-year-old Ally Chamberlain stood out, playing in at full centre with great confidence and creativity.

"We created lots of chances and defended our goal well, so I am very pleased with the overall performance."

This Saturday, they are due to host league leaders Inveraray seconds, who have won three from three matches, at 2.30pm.

Meanwhile, Aberdour's first team saw their away match at Kilmory, in Mowi South Division One, postponed on Saturday.

The team, who are third in their division, are due to travel to Oban this weekend to play Lochside Rovers for a 3pm start.

In the Women's Camanachd Association (WCA) Mowi National Division, Aberdour's home match with Ardnamurchan on Sunday was postponed.

This Sunday, they are scheduled to travel to Inverness, with the match beginning at midday.