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Mowi League Composition Announced

2021 Mowi League Structure Announced.

The Camanachd Association are delighted to announce the Mowi League Structure for 2021. It has been public knowledge for some time that we would have abbreviated leagues composed of 6 teams, but today we are excited to reveal the composition of the leagues. Every effort has been made to keep the leagues both regionalised and competitive, ensuring that the 2021 league campaign is as safe as possible while maintaining the excitement that fans have come to expect. See below: 

MOWI SENIOR LEAGUE A:

Fort William

Glenurquhart

Kilmallie

Kinlochshiel

Lochaber

Skye

 

MOWI SENIOR LEAGUE B:

Beauly

Caberfeidh

Kingussie

Lovat

Newtonmore

Strathglass


MOWI SENIOR LEAGUE C:

Aberdour

GMA

Inveraray

Kyles Athletic

Oban Camanachd

Oban Celtic

 

MOWI NORTH A:

Fort William 2

Glengarry

Glenurquhart 2

Kinlochshiel 2

Lochcarron

Skye 2

 

MOWI NORTH B:

Aberdeen Uni

Caberfeidh 2

Kingussie 2 Inverness

Lovat 2

Newtonmore 2

 

MOWI NORTH C:

Beauly 2

Boleskine

Inverness 2

Lewis

Strathglass 2

Strathspey

 

MOWI SOUTH A:

Ballachulish

Bute

Inveraray 2

Kilmory

Lochside Rovers

Taynuilt

 

MOWI SOUTH B:

Aberdour 2

Bute 2

Col-Glen

GMA 2

Kyles 2

Tayforth

 

MOWI CENTRAL:

Ardnamurchan

Glenorchy

Kilmallie 2

Lochaber 2

Oban Celtic 2

Burton Morrison, Camanachd Association Competitions Director said:

“The approach taken by the Competitions Committee was to provide clubs with the opportunity to play as many games as possible in the restricted calendar. We have developed a competitive league structure, for this season only, which provides most clubs with 10 league matches, whilst reducing the amount of travelling involved. These fixtures will of course be complimented by the full array of cup competitions, the draws for which will be taking place over the next 3 weeks. My thanks go to both the Competitions Committee for their help in pulling together the structure and the Camanachd Association Board for ratifying the plans.”

Derek Keir, Camanachd Association CEO said:

“Mowi Scotland’s continued support of shinty has made the planning and preparation of the 2021 Mowi League Structure all the more possible to ensure we continue to provide opportunities in every shinty community across Scotland. The structure proposed will allow all of our clubs and members to return to the game they love and to do so in a regionalised competition. We at the Camanachd Association have been heartened by the progress that many clubs are making in their return to training in line with COVID Guidance. We look forward with hope and plan cautiously for a safe return to shinty and ensuring that opportunities will be safe & fun for all.”

If any club is seeking support with getting their COVID Readiness Documentation prepared for the return to shinty or indeed anything else, please do not hesitate to get in contact with your Regional Development Officer.

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