Welcome to Newtonmore Camanachd Club

Club Camanachd Baile Ůr an t-Slčibh

An t-Eilean

newtonmore shinty teams and managers 2014 

 27th July Newtonmore publish 'The Boys of the Eilan' on the 100th anniversary of the death of Dr Johnny Cattanach of wounds received in Gallipoli. Official launch at Highland Games Saturday 1st August.  See shop

SHINTY SALE : Saturday 5th December 2015 - Lunches served from 1pm, sale opens 2pm
CLUB AGM: Thursday 17th December 2015 at the Balavil Hotel 7:30pm
DINNER DANCE: Saturday 23rd January 2016 - tickets on sale now from Eddy Harrigan

* Congratulations *
2nds on winning the Sutherland Cup & Strathdearn Cup
1st on winning Premier League for the 6th time in a row &
Macaulay Cup
Under 17s on winning London Shield

 On the Pitch
Fixtures and Results
match reports

Premier League Table
2nds League Table
To view team statistics after clicking link above you will see the league table, then click on Newtonmore
 About us
 Supporting the Club
 B and S Shinty History
Shinty History Project
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Welcome to the website of Newtonmore Camanachd Club. Shinty is Scotlands indigenous sport and Newtonmore is one of the most famous clubs in shinty. In 2014 Newtonmore won the Premier Division Championship for the 5th year in a row. We also won the Macaulay Cup for the first time since 1986. Our 2nd team won the Strathdearn Cup and the under 17's team won the Mactavish Junior Cup.

2015 is the 125th Anniversay of the club's foundation in 1890. We will be purchasing commemorative merchandise and arranging special events to celebrate this landmark.








photo by Jude Houghton

The purpose of this website is

·  To keep locals in the Dalwhinnie, Laggan and Newtonmore areas up to date with what is going on in the club

·  To allow exiles to stay informed about who is who, what is going on and how we are doing

· To give visitors, who may never have heard of shinty, the opportunity to find out something about it and to watch it being played.

newtonmore shinty team

photo by Stevie Tunstall

We welcome visitors at our matches, encourage you to ask to speak to one of the committee members and look forward to explaining the game to you to increase your enjoyment.

Shinty in villages like Newtonmore is an integral part of the local culture. For visitors and locals alike…..be part of it.


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