Inveraray


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Inveraray

a town in W Scotland, in Argyll and Bute: Inveraray Castle is the seat of the Dukes of Argyll. Pop.: 512 (1991)
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Inveraray racked up their first league win of the season when they beat Kilmallie 3-2 at Winterton Park.
At Inveraray, he was the only thrower to successfully pick up, carry and flip the caber, which weighs around eight stone.
"We made it difficult for ourselves but it was a great second half performance to win it." Inveraray had the better of the opening 15 minutes and it took some tough defending from Oban to keep them at bay.
In 2001, she was brought to the Inveraray Maritime Museum, where she still is, and in 2006 was reregistered as Vital Spark, the name of the fictional puffer that appeared in the Para Handy books by Neil Munro.
Alan Macdonald hit a late consolation for Inveraray, still without a point.
The clubs were due to meet twice before the season ends but with Inveraray's Winterton Park expected to be unplayable double points were on offer yesterday.
Inveraray's young side are chasing their first league points.
"I took a walk into Inveraray. It was almost like being in a different world.
A mo Inv lot wa I ACTUALLY spent most of the week in Inveraray so it was a less painful watching Scotland as it's still 1976 in that part of the world.
Oban Camanachd defender Scott MacKillop misses their Scottish Sea Farms Celtic Society Cup semi-final against Inveraray at Mossfield tomorrow.
IT is dubbed the "Downton effect" and it could prove a massive boost to tourism numbers in Scotland after millions watched Inveraray Castle create a gorgeous backdrop for the hit television drama.