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.
Shinty highlights from the RBS MacTavish Cup clash between Newtonmore and Lovat on Saturday.
Kingussie continued their unbeaten start to the season with a 2-1 win over Kinlochshiel. Keith MacRae fired Kinlochshiel into the lead, however, a Thomas Borthwick double turned the game around and secured victory for the hosts.
Newtonmore got their defence of the Premier League title off to a flying start with an emphatic 7-0 win over Glenurquhart at the weekend.
Scotland international Kevin Bartlett has told Camanachd Cup holders Lovat he will stay with them for the new season.
For more than a century, it has been the 'Theatre of Dreams' for one of Scotland's most successful sporting teams.
Kingussie is mourning one of its best-known sporting sons - shinty legend Ian 'Andy' Anderson, who has died at the age of 80.
Former Caley Thistle and Ross County goalkeeper Michael Fraser is hanging up his gloves in exchange for the caman as he prepares to restart his shinty career with Glen Urquhart.
A Highland shinty club formed more than 120 years ago is appealing for players who are interested in starting a women's team.
A painting, dubbed one of the treasures of the game of shinty, has gone on show for the first time in more than half a century.
A stunning performance from Kingussie saw them crowned Camanachd Cup champions this afternoon in Inverness with a 4-0 win over Glenurquhart.
Shinty fever will sweep through a Highland glen today as the local side competes in the final of the game's blue ribbon competition, the Camanachd Cup Final, for only the second time in its 129-year history.
A popular shinty player who died when he was hit by a train driven by his ex-partner has been described as “a very proud Dad” who “will be sadly missed by all”.
For the fifth time in 15 years, Newtonmore ribbons are on the Strathdearn Cup, shinty’s reserve team competition.
Kingussie are in the hunt for Scottish Hydro Camanachd Cup success after scoring the fastest goal in the competition on Saturday. Apprentice gamekeeper, 17-year-old Savio Genini, scored after 16 seconds to send Kingussie through to the semi-finals against Kyles Athletic at the Dell.
Former Scotland international John Stewart is set for a comeback with Kilmallie while Skye are boosted by the return of 17-year-old Will Cowie for tomorrow's duel of the teams seeking to be the shock name in the last four of the Scottish Hydro Camanachd Cup.
Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton has struck a big blow to Kyles Athletic's bid to win at Kingussie in tomorrow's Camanachd Cup quarter-final at the Dell.
Glenurquhart's international half-back powerhouse Andrew Corrigan will be in Norway working tomorrow when his team play host to Inveraray in the Scottish Hydro Camanachd Cup quarter-final at Blairbeg Park.
A north-east shinty team have been presented with a lifesaving defibrillator which will travel the country with them.
The Camanachd Association is to invest in developing and recruiting match officials and coaches following a five-figure sponsorship deal.
Grant Irvine will make his first senior appearance of the season for Kyles Athletic when they host champions Newtonmore on successive Saturdays, first in the Orion Premiership and next weekend in the Camanachd Cup.
Inverness, chasing a place in the Balliemore Cup final for the first time in 21 years, have been drawn against North First Division leaders Skye in the semi-final.