It was derby day in the Orion Group Premiership and, live on BBC ALBA, Fort William welcomed their old foes, Kilmallie, from across the river Lochy, to An Aird.
Both clubs were aware this would be the last Premiership meeting between the two clubs until at least 2014, as Kilmallie, alongside Bute, were consigned to relegation last weekend.
Fort's Brian (Boob) Simpson broke the deadlock on 68 minutes, with Gordy MacKinnon adding a second goal shortly afterwards.
It is disappointing for the Lochaber area to lose two big derby days next year, so I personally wish the Caol men a speedy return to the top flight.
For Fort William, this campaign has been very much a transitional period, after many of the team's old heroes finished up at the end of last season. However, the young talent coming through is encouraging.
As a team that has been used to playing in the huge open space of An Aird, it was often difficult and testing on many occasions playing 90% of our home games at the tight, narrow, 'Black Parks', while the home ground got a face lift.
With this in mind, Fort's new look team will be excited at the thought of starting the 2013 season with An Aird in great condition, and with a year of Premiership shinty experience under the belts of boss Peter MacIntyre's new recruits.