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(From Aberdeen Press & Journal)
ACCORDIONIST Gary Innes rushed away to play in Aberdeen on Saturday night, but was playing a lament after the Scotland captain had tasted defeat at the hands of his uncle.
Kilmallie co-manager Lachie Innes was jubilant after their stunning 3-2 Premier League win at great rivals Fort William.
Two goals from nephew Gary were not enough to stop the Camanachd Cup holders stumbling to defeat in this first league derby between the clubs since 2007.
'It's not family at war as Gary took it in his usual sporting manner,' said Lachie Innes.
'But it's a great …