Alan John Robertson, or John as he is better known, has received a BEM.
The first flood-lit shinty pitch in the world is going to be in Fort William, the Camanachd Association confirmed last night.
A young student has launched a campaign with Highland shinty legends to break down mental health barriers - with one player speaking of how he has lost a staggering six team-mates to suicide.
It is a condition which steals away people's memories and deprives them of things which they used to take for granted.
It is such a story, it has taken 25 years to write it.
The ancient art of making shinty sticks – or camans – in Scotland is under threat of dying out.
The Camanachd Association has paid tribute to one of its most distinguished former Presidents.
A man has been charged after a spectator was allegedly attacked at a children’s shinty tournament.
This month saw the 125th anniversary of the establishment of the Camanachd Association.
History will be made tomorrow when Isobel Barr becomes the first female to turn out for Glen Urquhart in the Marine Harvest Premiership.
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.
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.
Work should start early next year on a second shinty pitch in Fort William which is desperately needed because of a growth in local interest in the sport.
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.
In a major boost for Kingussie, midfielder Fraser Munro is to make a comeback, having not played since May, 2016.
Shinty officials are to discuss whether to introduce sin-bins for players who collect a booking.
A mainstay of the world of shinty was yesterday laid to rest in Lochaber.
Daniel MacCuish will drop out of Oban Camanachd's final Premiership game of the season, at Kilmallie tomorrow, so that he can play against Kingussie in the under-17 London Shield final, the last trophy of the season.
Kevin Bartlett has scored an amazing 67 points in four years for Scotland’s shinty-hurling champions – a record for any individual in the series.
Kinlochshiel attacker Paul Macrae aims to celebrate his 20th year in the first team by helping the club win a first Marine Harvest Premiership title at Oban tomorrow.
Jack Dignan, who sustained a horror eye socket injury playing for Lochaber last May, is making a comeback and is ready to play in the new season.
A top-flight shinty player attacked his girlfriend in a jealous rage then jumped nearly 30ft out of a window when police arrived at the scene.
Newtonmore took on Kinlochshiel in the Marine Harvest Premiership.
Skye took on Fort William in the final of the 2016 RBS MacTavish Juvenile Cup and won out in a fraught and physical contest.
Newtonmore scored a stunning fourth goal 10 seconds after the restart in their 4-1 victory over Lovat in the Camanachd Cup.
A late surge at Kiltarlity put Newtonmore through to the quarter-finals of the Camanachd Cup with a 4-1 win over holders Lovat. Newtonmore have been on blistering form this season and this win saw them topple Lovat for the second time, following a 3-0 victory in April.
Lovat moved into fifth place, two points off the top, thanks to a 3-1 win against Kingussie at the Dell.
Kinlochshiel and Kyles Athletic are both a point behind Newtonmore after drawing 2-2 at Balmacara.
Newtonmore captain Steven MacDonald paid tribute to his team-mates for taking the Artemis Macaulay Cup holders through to host Lovat in the quarter-finals - and for the resilience which has given the club its best defensive start to a season in years.
A Highland shinty side are to strut their stuff in the Big Apple after their exploits caught the eye of Tartan Day organisers.