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TITLE
Tain Shinty Association 2
EXTERNAL ID
Z_KIGHF_7_94_2
PERIOD
1920s
SOURCE
Highland Folk Museum
ASSET ID
7469
KEYWORDS
shinty
sports
games
cups
trophies
Tain Shinty Association 2

This card gives the rules for competing for the Messrs Macdonald and Muir Shinty Trophy, the final match was always to be played at Tain. Clubs in Ross and Cromarty and Sutherland were eligible to compete.

Draws for the trophy were to be made using the Camanachd Association rules with a few amendments regarding the kinds of teams who were allowed to enter. The competition was to encourage younger players and teams in the game to eventually go on to take part in the senior competitions for the Camanachd Cup and the MacTavish Cup.

There is also a list of office bearers including the President, Vice-President, Council members, and the Joint-Secretaries and Treasurer

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Tain Shinty Association 2

1920s

shinty; sports; games; cups; trophies

Highland Folk Museum

Highland Folk Museum (documents)

This card gives the rules for competing for the Messrs Macdonald and Muir Shinty Trophy, the final match was always to be played at Tain. Clubs in Ross and Cromarty and Sutherland were eligible to compete.<br /> <br /> Draws for the trophy were to be made using the Camanachd Association rules with a few amendments regarding the kinds of teams who were allowed to enter. The competition was to encourage younger players and teams in the game to eventually go on to take part in the senior competitions for the Camanachd Cup and the MacTavish Cup.<br /> <br /> There is also a list of office bearers including the President, Vice-President, Council members, and the Joint-Secretaries and Treasurer