Scotland captain ready to lead way
Scotland captain Norman Campbell hopes added forward firepower can inspire his team to victory against the Irish in tomorrow’s shinty-hurling international at Dublin’s Croke Park.
The 34-year-old Newtonmore full back has been playing for his country since making the under-21 side at the age of 17 and no one in the modern era has played for Scotland more often at senior level.
As they flew out from Inverness to Dublin yesterday, Campbell, who has three times won the silver medal for man of the match in the senior series, said: “Playing at a great arena like Croke Park really lifts both teams, but I think we’re better equipped to do well than we’ve been for several years.
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