Our season has kicked off and we are looking forward to another brilliant season of football. Maybe even another cup win or league title!
Here is a list of our home matches for the season. It would be good to have some local support on the sidelines. The games are played at Raigbeg Pitches.
Tuesday 17th May v Boat of Garten - Early 7pm kick off.
Friday 10th June... v Grantown
Tuesday 14th June... v Cromdale
Tuesday 28th June... v Grantown
Tuesday 12th July... v Aviemore
Tuesday 26th July... v Boat of Garten
All are 7.15pm kick off's!
**date for your diaries** Sat 13th Aug!
We will be holding our Annual YOUNG v OLD football match along with end of season presentations at the village hall.
Open to all!! Families, friends, current and ex players.. come along support and/or join the team for a night! The oldies are hoping to retain their win from last year!
Thank you to all who joined us to celebrate our first cup win and help fundraise for your local team last year. It was a very successful night. This year will be along same lines, aiming for the burger van to attend, presentations, raffle and hopefully some music.
Details to follow.... look out for posters in the village nearer the time! Everyone Welcome!
Bobby, Gary and Edwin and the team
Tomatin Utd players old and young took part in their annual end of season challenge match on Saturday at Raigbeg. The game was very entertaining for the local supporters who turned up to cheer on both sides.
The final cup campaign of the season got underway on Friday evening with Tomatin Utd travelling to Cromdale to take on Grantown Utd. Both teams were under strength but still produced an entertaining match. Tomatin found themselves behind in the first minute for the second game running as Grantown opened the scoring through young Fraser Greenlees. As he managed to slip past Alan Bartlett and knock the ball in low past Garry Stuart.
It was second place against third tonight at Aviemore as RBL welcomed Tomatin to the 4G pitch.
The game got off to an explosive start with the home team scoring within the first minute. It came from a harmless through ball which Jamie Edwards was in control off but his weak back pass to young stand in keeper Duncan was woefully short allowing Rory McKinnon the easiest of chances to round the goalie and walk the ball into the net.
Boat of Garten hosted Tomatin on Tuesday night with the visitors hoping to continue their good league form. The match started slowly with both teams feeling the heat on a very hot night for football. It was Tomatin who took the lead after 22minutes with a well taken goal from last weeks hatrick hero Findlay MacLeod. It came from a throw in which was headed on by Ed MacDonald then controlled by MacLeod on his chest and finished with a neat volley past the keeper.