Lovat and Kinlochshiel stars unveil new Scotland shinty shirts
Stars from Lovat and Kinlochshiel modelled the new shirts Scotland will go into battle wearing in international competition against Ireland later this year.
The Camanachd Association unveiled the new kit at Culloden Battlefield after entering a two-year-deal with Inverness based Macron Technical Sportswear.
All Scotland squads including senior men, under-21, under-17 and senior women will wear the shirts to face Ireland in hurling and camogie international matches towards the end of 2020.
Camanachd Association chief executive Derek Keir said: ‘Shinty is Scotland’s most historic sport and one of our greatest strengths are the people involved in shinty across our communities.
"This deal highlights just how much Shinty means to Macronstore Highlands and continues our strong tradition of building partnerships with Scottish businesses that recognise the important role shinty plays in Scotland."