- NCCC MAILING LIST: http://sports.groups.yahoo.com/group/nccc/
The page for our Yahoo Mailing Group. Visit the Mailing List URL to sign up for our mailing list and receive the latest NCCC news and updates.
- US Camanachd
This site is designed as a central source of information for and about shinty clubs in the US. Featuring rules, equipment info, coaching tips, downloadable documents, a directory and many links for further shinty information.
- Camanachd Association
The official site of the Camanachd Association, Scotland. A great source of information and photos of Scotland's oldest sport! This is the place to go to get an overview of the state of the game in Scotland today.
- Campbell Scottish Games
The official internet home of the Campbell Scottish Games which take place every year in June in Campbell, California (near San Jose). Visit their site for dates and further details about this great event.
- Shinty broadcasts from Bounci.tv (MnE Media)
MnE Media provides streaming video of a growing archive of Scottish Shinty Matches from the 2007 season. An amazing resource! Follow the links for watching shinty for the video (Bounc See), and in addition you'll have access to other content and a shinty forum (Bounc Bac).
The online home of Skye Camanachd.
The homepage of the Boleskine Camanachd Club, "dedicated to the ancient and traditional Highland sport of shinty in the Foyers and Stratherrick area on the south shores of Loch Ness. The game of shinty is one of those highland games that has not been exported to other countries..." until now, anyway!
The official website for the Edinburgh East Lothian Shinty Club featuring regular updates on EELSC results and activities, as well as very entertaining player profiles! Good fun for all.
The official website for the Mighty Gold and Blacks of Glasgow University. To quote their homepage, "Shinty: It's an Education."
One of the small handful of shinty clubs outside of Scotland, this club was originally founded in 1894 and reborn in it's present incarnation in January 2005. "Shinty For London!"
A very nice article from the author of the wonderful books "Not An Orchid," and "Shinty!," Hugh MacLennan. This piece covers the basic rules and history of the game as well as speculating about the future of shinty.
This site provides a very wide range of links and references to all things Scottish, including arts and architecture, geneology and history, sports and tartans. A great resource for surfing north of the border!
A brief description of the game and some information about Scottish teams.