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Next three venues for Camanachd Cup finals are confirmed


By Gavin Musgrove

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The victorious Newtonmore team celebrate after lifting the Camanachd Cup at An Aird, Fort William, in 2019.
The victorious Newtonmore team celebrate after lifting the Camanachd Cup at An Aird, Fort William, in 2019.

The Camanachd Association has confirmed the venues for the next three Tulloch Homes Camanachd Cup finals – including the Dell in Kingussie.

The current government restrictions on events were considered in the association’s January and March board meetings.

However, the recent events guidance from Scottish Government helped confirm the intended location – still subject to Scottish Government guidance – for the 2021 Tulloch Homes Camanachd Cup Final as Oban.

As well as Kingussie next year, The Bught in Inverness will host the 2023 final.

George Fraser, Tulloch Homes chief executive, said: “Everyone in the shinty world must be delighted we are within touching distance of a return to competitive matches.

"The announcement of the next three finals demonstrates the planning that has taken place both within the association and with local clubs and partners.

"On the eve of the first weekend of the season we would like to wish all clubs the very best for the season ahead.”

Derek Keir, Camanachd Association boss, said: “An event like the Tulloch Homes Camanachd Cup final cannot work without an incredible sponsor and support from the local area.

"The support to host an event of this scale is now conditional under existing Civic Government legislation and we have already started work on our intended plans for this year's final in Oban.”


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