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Maryburgh maintain 100 per cent record to close in on Inverness title

By Will Clark

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Maryburgh are closing in on retaining the Inverness and District Premiership title after a 3-1 victory over Ardersier on Monday.

Avoch beat Maryburgh 1-0.
Avoch beat Maryburgh 1-0.

The win keeps them eight points clear of Avoch in second place with four games to go in the league campaign.

Avoch kept up the pressure by thrashing Conon Bridge 11-1.

Ryan McFee found the net four times with John Gilles scoring a hat-trick, Ian Penwright grabbed a double and goals from Graeme Stewart and Sean Webb completing the rout.

Loch Ness remain in third place after defeating Clachnacuddin Reserves 3-1.

Inverness Athletic beat Evanton outfit Black Rock Rovers 5-2

Goals from Tom Fulton, Craig McBeath, Reece Shaw, Fergus McWilliams and a strike from the returning Logan Dunsmore secured the three points for Athletic.

In Division One, Highland Hospice remain one point clear at the top after beating Fortrose and Rosemarkie Union 3-1.

Jake Bell was the hat-trick hero for Hospice as scored all the goals for his team to keep them at the top.

Culloden Blacksmiths kept up the pace after they thrashed Gellions 8-0.

Seumas Ross, Sam Ross and Callum Reilly all scored twice witn Calum Finlayson and Cameron Wallace also finding the net.

Ferrybache kept their slim chances of promotion alive when they beat Tomatin 3-0. Rhys Mackinnon, Mark Mackenzie and Douglas Maclennan grabbed the goals.

Gilham Flooring NT defeated Ness City 2-1 and Tomatin United beat Highland 3-2.

In Division Two, Drakies moved five points clear at the top as they beat Slackbuie 6-1.

Aidan Grant, Dave Gibson, Henry Francis, Liam Raffan, Jamie MacKinnon and Matty Gordon got the goals.

G16 beat Stratton 2-1 with goals from Davey Bell and Sam Mackenzie got the goals to give them victory.

Contin and Hill Rovers shared the points in a 1-1 draw with Auctioneers proving too good for CK Interiors in a 5-1 win.

Glenurquhart beat Muir of Ord 2-1 thanks to goals scored from Owin Martin and George Ballantyne

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