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Saints get back to winning ways

Football

Oban Saints 4

Hillington 1

SAFL Premier Division

A BRACE from Shaun MacIver at Glencruitten last Saturday book-ended strikes from Craig MacEwan and Willie Gemmell to avenge Oban Saints’ opening day of the season defeat at the hands of newly promoted Hillington.

Sadly for Hillington the defeat, their 13th of a difficult season, confirms their immediate return to Premier Division One for next season. Saints skipper Donald Campbell had the first sight of goal in the second minute but sent a tame effort straight at Hillington keeper Gordon Phillips when sent clean through by Craig MacEwan.

MacEwan set up a second Saints chance in the fourth minute with a run up the left touchline from deep inside his own half. MacEwan played the ball up to Donald Campbell on the 18-yard line and his lay-off found Matthew Kelly who, unfortunately, was closed down by Ian McFadyen and Neil Walsh before he could get his shot away.

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