Women’s Camanachd Association Shinty National Division 1 2004-2005

Women's Camanachd Association Logo
Women’s Camanachd Association Logo [Reference: 1]

WCA National League A 2004

Oban Lorne840428278
Edinburgh University84047198
Glasgow Mid Argyll840418158
Women’s Camanachd Association Shinty National Division 1 2004-2005 [Reference: 3

WCA National Div 1 2005

Glasgow Mid Argyll ++1062047716
Tir Chonaill Harps1051472311
Edinburgh University10424151510
Oban Lorne103071266
Women’s Camanachd Association Shinty National Division 1 2005 {Reference: 4]


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.

Shinty.com Logo
Shinty.com Logo [Reference: 2]

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.



[1] Camanachd Association (2019) wca-logo [Internet]  Available from: https://www.shinty.com/uploads/news-images/_w800fit/wca-logo.jpg [Accessed 18 November 2020]

[2] Shinty.com (2017) Camanachd Association Shinty.com Logo [Internet] Available from:  http://www.shinty.com/images/logo.gif [Accessed 20 March 2017]

Internet Archive

[3] 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]

[4] 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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Last Updated: 18 November 2020

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