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Shinty chiefs are ready to meet

Shinty chiefs are ready to meet

Shinty chiefs are ready to meet

Camanachd Association decision makers are set to meet today to discuss the impact the coronavirus pandemic is having on the sport.


Golf clubs are set to tee off after long wait

Golf clubs are set to tee off after long wait

Golf clubs are set to tee off after long wait

Golf courses in Inverness are set to swing back into action tomorrow as the Scottish Government is set to ease lockdown restrictions on the sport.


Dramatic cup win was Tremarco’s highlight

Dramatic cup win was Tremarco’s highlight

Dramatic cup win was Tremarco’s highlight

Departing Caley Thistle captain Carl Tremarco says winning the Scottish Cup at Hampden Park five years ago was the best moment of his career by far.


Castle Stuart Golf Links is set to reopen on Friday

Castle Stuart Golf Links is set to reopen on Friday

Castle Stuart Golf Links is set to reopen on Friday

Castle Stuart Golf Links have announced it is set to reopen for play on Friday.


Sports getting ready to swing into action

Sports getting ready to swing into action

Sports getting ready to swing into action

GOLF, tennis and angling clubs could be allowed to take place again.


Club pays tribute to former Clachnacuddin player and manager

Club pays tribute to former Clachnacuddin player and manager

Club pays tribute to former Clachnacuddin player and manager

Striker played key part in Clachnacuddin success in 1970s.


Staggies confirm summer exits

Staggies confirm summer exits

Staggies confirm summer exits

Four players will definitely be leaving Ross County when their contracts expire this summer, with two signing new deals and two considering offers.


PICTURES: Inverness shinty legend turns 95

PICTURES: Inverness shinty legend turns 95

PICTURES: Inverness shinty legend turns 95

A shinty legend’s postie was kept busy this week as Inverness Shinty Club honoured his 95th birthday.


Striker signs a new deal with Nairn St Ninian

Striker signs a new deal with Nairn St Ninian

Striker signs a new deal with Nairn St Ninian

ADAM MacLeod says the ambition shown by Nairn St Ninian was one of the main reasons he signed a new deal at the club.


Captains aiming to push for promotion with Highland

Captains aiming to push for promotion with Highland

Captains aiming to push for promotion with Highland

When rugby returns, Highland are looking to make it to the top.


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