Carradale Cricket Club rekindled last season’s winning form with a Carran Cup win over rivals Sannox.
Having been put in to bat on a significantly wet outfield with further showers looming, openers James Cairns and Aiden Keogh got Carradale off to a fast-scoring start.
Read the full story in the Campbeltown Courier, June 12 2015, also available online.
The drinks were well and truly on the Springbank team as they shot an incredible nett score of 54 to win this year’s Am-Am at Machrihanish Golf Club by two strokes.
Thirty-nine teams competed for The Cruachan Am-Am Cup which was donated by the late, former captain, Gordon H V Campbell in 2002.
Read the full report in the Campbeltown Courier, May 30 2014. Also on line at www.cambpeltowncourier.co.uk/digital
Mattthew Turner led the way on a day of records at the 2014 Mull of Kintyre 10k and half marathon races.
Matthew, 25, from Tangy, just outside Campbeltown, who is one of Scotland’s most promising track runners, was a class apart from his rivals as he defied windy conditions and a dodgy stomach to knock off a couple of seconds from his own course record.
For more photos and results see the Campbeltown Courier, May 30 2014. Also on line at www.cambeltowncourier.co.uk/digital
Elaine McGeachy, the main driving force behind the hugely successful Mull of Kintyre half marathon and 10k races, is the Courier’s Commonwealth Games Legacy Ticket winner.
She was a worthy winner of the Campbeltown Courier competition, selected by a panel of judges from a shortlist of three nominations.
Read about Elaine’s reaction in the Campbeltown Courier, May 23 2014, also on line at www.campbeltowncourier.co.uk/digital
Carradale AFC needed a point from their last match to gain promotion, but are still going up despite losing.
Carradale players lined up for this ‘crucial’ match against Giffnock unaware that their promotion was already ensured.
Read the full match report in the Campbeltown Courier, May 23 2014 on line at www.campbeltowncourier.co.uk/digital
A record 146 runners in the Kintyre Way Challenge, 60 percent up on last year, took part in four events – the 67-mile relay and individual race and the 35-mile relay and individual race.
Six women from Campbeltown Running Club finished fourth of 12 teams in the 67-mile relay, taking exactly 10 hours.
Read more about the event and results in the Campbeltown Courier, May 16 2014, also available on line at www.campbeltowncourier.co.uk/digital
Campbeltown twins Donna and Fiona Robertson are set to attempt to defy their age and having to switch sports in their bid to win Commonwealth Games gold.
The 45-year-olds, now based in Hamilton, will be the oldest wrestling competitors in Glasgow in July.
However, they still fancy their chances in 48kg category freestyle – and both know what it is like to win a Commonwealth Game medal.
Read more about them in the Campbeltown Courier, may 2 2014, also available online at <a href="http://www.campbeltowncourier.co.uk/digital
The annual Kintyre Way Ultra-Marathon has attracted a record breaking entry this year with numbers up by more than 50 per cent on last year.
Saturday, May 10 will see 145 runners attempt the tough challenge on the varied terrain of the Kintyre Way running from the north to the south of the Kintyre peninsula.
Read more about the race in the Campbeltown Courier, April 25 2014 – also available on line at www.campbeltowncourier.co.uk/digital
Tarbert AFC enjoyed a thumping victory over Millerstone Thistle in a league fixture that saw player-manager James Prentice score eight goals in one game – a record for any Tarbert player.
For the full match report see the Campbeltown Courier, April 18 2014, also available on line at www.campbeltowncourier.co.uk/digital
With it all to play for at the top of the league, third-place Carradale gave their goal difference a huge boost with a rout of bottom of the league Firhill.
Read the full match report from the 16-goal thriller in the Campbeltown Courier, April 4 2014, also available on line at www.campbeltowncourier.co.uk/digital