Alasdair Mackenzie, Lochcarron
Former Lochcarron stalwart Alasdair 'Ham' Mackenzie, passed away on Wednesday 22nd July.
Alasdair 'Ham' was a true gentleman on and off the field. He was a great full forward who could hold the ball up and turn on a sixpence and score with his very accurate shot. Alasdair played for Lochcarron Camanachd throughout the sixties and into the early seventies winning honours in the Sutherland Cup, MacGillivray League, Dewar Shield and many other trophies.
He was also a great club member assisting at any calling - repairing sticks, giving advice and encouragement to all our young shinty players.
Both his sons, Gordon and Alan played over many years for Lochcarron - both great shinty players of whom Alasdair was very proud.
Alasdair was a true stalwart of the game and made many true friends throughout the years. He will be fondly remembered by all at Lochcarron Camanachd and the wider community.
Alasdair's funeral took place on Wednesday 29th July.
Deepest sympathies to his wife Morag, sons Gordon and Alan and their extended families.