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Shinty can restart local games in September

Shinty can restart local games in September

Shinty can restart local games in September

Camanachd Association announces date to restart sport.


Scotland shinty international appointed to Camanachd Association board of directors

Scotland shinty international appointed to Camanachd Association board of directors

Scotland shinty international appointed to Camanachd Association board of directors

Kirsty Deans co-opted to board.


Shinty could swing back into action in 2020

Shinty could swing back into action in 2020

Shinty could swing back into action in 2020

Regional competitions at youth level proposed.


Shinty clubs could go to the wall due to pandemic fears manager

Shinty clubs could go to the wall due to pandemic fears manager

Shinty clubs could go to the wall due to pandemic fears manager

Kinlochshiel manager worried impact pandemic will have on clubs.


Tributes are paid to heart and soul of Lovat Shinty Club

Tributes are paid to heart and soul of Lovat Shinty Club

Tributes are paid to heart and soul of Lovat Shinty Club

Tributes paid to loved treasurer of shinty club.


Season out could draw players back

Season out could draw players back

Season out could draw players back

Jamie Matheson hopes that a year without league or cup competitions will be the final push ex-Lovat players need to return to the club.


All shinty league and cup competitions cancelled for 2020

All shinty league and cup competitions cancelled for 2020

All shinty league and cup competitions cancelled for 2020

Camanachd Association left with no option.


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.


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.


Scotland shinty hurling international with Ireland is cancelled

Scotland shinty hurling international with Ireland is cancelled

Scotland shinty hurling international with Ireland is cancelled

Scotland home matches traditionally played at Bught Park in Inverness.


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