A north-east shinty team have been presented with a lifesaving defibrillator which will travel the country with them.
Several players from Aberdeen University Camanachd bared all at a Full Monty fundraiser in April and raised more than £1,500.
Part of the money is going to Lucky2BHere, a charity set up in 2007 by Camanachd Cup-winning Skye manager Ross Cowie, after he suffered from sudden cardiac arrest.
Aberdeen University Camanachd became the 8th team in Scotland to be trained up on the device by Heartstart Camanachd instructors.
Players from the University of Aberdeen and Robert Gordon University clubs were also trained, as were some Glenurquhart Shinty Club players who are based in the city.
Club coach Brian Slattery said: “The main thing is that this defibrillator may save a life.
“Our hope is that it won’t just benefit the shinty club, but also the communities at large that we go to play in.
“The team have put in a huge effort, including Paddy FitzGerald putting a lot of work into the fundraising, and it’s a great achievement.”
The team, who represent the north-east in Marine Harvest North Division 2, will now take the defibrillator to all the games at Balgownie, their home pitch in Bridge of Don.
It will also accompany them to their away games. Its first outing will be to Boleskine on the shores of Loch Ness on June 21.
Lucky2BHere announced plans in 2012 to equip every shinty team in Scotland with a defibrillator.
Mr Cowie said: “There are about 46 teams and over 20 have a defibrillator or are committed to getting one.
“Twelve people under 35 die every week taking part in sports activities, but you don’t hear about them.”
Douglas Macdougall from the charity presented the defibrillator to the team at their training session in Seaton Park earlier this week.