WCA National League A 2004
|Glasgow Mid Argyll||8||4||0||4||18||15||8|
WCA National Div 1 2005
|Glasgow Mid Argyll ++||10||6||2||0||47||7||16|
|Tir Chonaill Harps||10||5||1||4||7||23||11|
Glengarry won the Women’s Camanachd Association Shinty National Division 1 in 2004 with 14 points from 8 games and Glasgow Mid Argyll in 2005 with 16 points from 10 games. Ireland’s Tir Chonaill Harps, from Donegal, came third in 2005 on 11 points.
About Scottish Shinty
Shinty (also known as Camanachd) is the Scottish version of Hurling and Camogie, played mostly in the Gaelic-speaking Scottish Highlands. It has both Men’s and Women’s Leagues and Cups, and also University and Underage Competitions. It is 12-a-side, played with a stick and ball like in Hurling, but with no point-over-the-bar, just goals.
 Camanachd Association (2019) wca-logo [Internet] Available from: https://www.shinty.com/uploads/news-images/_w800fit/wca-logo.jpg [Accessed 18 November 2020]
 Shinty.com (2017) Camanachd Association Shinty.com Logo [Internet] Available from: http://www.shinty.com/images/logo.gif [Accessed 20 March 2017]
 Shinty.com (2004) – Wayback Machine [2006/04/05] Women’s Shinty: 2004 Season fixtures [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20060405160018/http://www.shinty.com/ladies/fixtures2004.htm [Accessed 10 October 2017]
 Shinty.com (2005) – Wayback Machine [2006/05/12] Women’s Shinty: 2005 Season League [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20060512010046/http://www.shinty.com/ladies/leagues.htm [Accessed 10 October 2017]
Thanks to Laura Shadbolt
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