Shinty legend Big Rob Ritchie reminisced over his shinty career and delved into some of his fondest memories with Newtonmore Camanachd Club.
Grade one referee, Deek Cameron, explains how he handles tense games like Newtonmore V Kingussie as well giving an insight to his experience of verbal abuse in shinty.
Badenoch Ladies Coach and Newtonmore Camanachd cup winning captain talks at his new home park the Dell about his whole shinty career. From Newtonmore to Scotland to Badenoch, it’s all here.
Hugh Dan MacLennan, otherwise known as the voice of shinty, talks about shinty throughout the different stages of his life and gets his say on why sufficient shinty coverage is so difficult to find.
Well known musician, shinty player and now father, Gary Innes has done it all. Here he talks about some of his many memories, including some Camanachd Cup controversies.
In the outtakes from Feet and Away’s interview with former Newtonmore captain Scott Campbell, he reveals his hardest opponent, favourite player and favourite game.
In the outtakes from Feet and Away’s interview with BBC broadcaster Hugh Dan MacLennan, he reveals his favourite, co-host, Camanachd cup match and player.
The next few weeks see the next stages of the London Shield trophy approaching with the winning teams from each of the four sections going on to play each other in knockout stages . Oban Camanachd progressing from group A which included; Fort William, Lochaber and Kilmalie. The Oban side stormed through their group, winningContinue reading “London Shield Knockout Preview”
The Feet and Away match preview for the 2019 Macaulay cup semi-finals between Newtonmore and Kingussie in the North and GMA and Oban Camanachd in the South.
Newtonmore Juveniles strike back at Kingussie after their defeat in the Juvenile MacTavish final.