Eighth final in a row for holders
FOLLOWING several false starts Fort entered the Camanachd Cup for the first time in 1912, but had little success with the exception of a semi-final against Oban Celtic in 1937.
The first major trophy came in 1991 when the team claimed the Macaulay Cup and more success soon followed.
Fort beat Kingussie in Glasgow 1-0 in 1992 to win the Camanachd Cup for the first time, but it took until 2005, following defeats in the finals of 2003 and 2004, for the club to win the tournament again.
Fort ended Kingussie’s domination of the league title in 2006 with their first win although Kingussie gain revenge by beating Fort in the finals of the MacTavish Cup and the Camanachd Cup.
Club manager Drew MacNeil guided the club to its third consecutive Camanachd Cup success last year and this year’s final appearance will be the club’s eighth in a row.