The Camanachd Association has paid tribute to one of its most distinguished former Presidents.
Camanachd Association celebrates 125th anniversary by inaugurating Scotland’s first ever Shinty School
A Highland high school has been unveiled as Scotland’s first School of Shinty - and talks are already under way to create more.
Singers, speakers and musicians in Gaeldom will be cramming words and music for The Royal National Mòd in Dunoon that begins one month today.
The Camanachd Association has received more than £9,000 in funding to help sustain the future of shinty across the north.
The worlds of art and shinty have collaborated to produce a project aimed at celebrating the culture and heritage of one of Scotland’s oldest sports.
The governing body of shinty marks its 125th anniversary in October.
An Argyll children’s shinty coach has warned that his club could be forced to fold after it was barred from school competitions under a rule introduced by the Camanachd Association.
A mainstay of the world of shinty was yesterday laid to rest in Lochaber.
Tributes were paid yesterday to a Highland shinty star after he was found dead at the age of 29.
Camanachd Association president Jim Barr says it is now ploughing record investment into underpinning shinty's future.
In his final days as chief executive of the Camanachd Association, Torquil Macleod says a key challenge ahead is to keep pace with the progress of other team sports and ensure an attractive product to potential new recruits.