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2018 Award Winners

October 13th, 2018 No comments

The 2018 Camanachd Leodhais Awards Dinner was held at the Caladh Inn on Friday 13th October. The club awarded its prizes to four worthy winners.

Senior Player of the Year was Scott MacLeod. Scott has been a previous Youth Player of the Year on three occasions and has become a key player for the first team over the last few years.

Youth Player of the Year was Callum MacRitchie. Callum has been one of many promising youngsters to break into the Dubh is Gorm first team this year. Callum started the season with a goal against Beauly U14s, but then progressed to scoring his first senior goal against Kilmallie in a home victory, before taking up a midfield role.

Peter Gomez chose his Captain’s Player of the Year as Donald Lamont. Donald was the top scorer with 8 goals. He now sits only 5 goals off Will Church’s club record.

John MacAskill awarded the Shaw Caman for Manager’s Player of the Year to Ronan Sinclair. Ronan has fought back from life-threatening illness and has now gone off to University in Edinburgh where he hopes to play through the winter. His father Iain accepted the caman on his behalf.

John also took the opportunity to thank the team for a great season, saying there were ‘so many highlights but one being the final game against Kilmallie and how despite the difficulties the spirit was incredible’. With an eye on building on this year’s progress John also named his captaincy team for 2019, with Ally Lamont being named captain and Donald Lamont returning to the vice-captain role after previously holding it in the past.  Ally said “We have to work four times harder next season.”

 

 

 

MacAskills named new management team at AGM

November 6th, 2017 No comments

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Camanachd Leòdhais is happy to announce that following the 2017 AGM that John MacAskill will be the Camanachd Leòdhais First Team manager for the 2018 season.

The club is delighted to have a high calibre candidate to take on this prestigious role. John has a strong shinty background and spent 2017 assisting Duncan MacIntyre, who stepped down at the AGM. John will be assisted by Andrew MacAskill as Assistant Manager.

The club would like to thank Duncan MacIntyre for his hard work throughout the 2016 and 2017 season.

Peter Gomez is named as Captain, with Ally Lamont becoming Vice-Captain.

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David Macdonald continues as Chieftain of the club, other positions are as follows.

Chieftain – David Macdonald

Chair – Annette Murray

Treasurer – Kenny MacLeod

Secretary – Joanne Mitchell

Child Protection/Youth Co-ordinator (Secondary) – David Cleary

Marketing & Merchandise – Peter Gomez

Ladies Representative – Alicia MacSween

Captaincy, Management and Coaching Team for 2017

October 28th, 2016 No comments

First Team Manager Duncan MacIntyre has named his management team for the 2017 season.

Paul Duke has been appointed Captain for the second time, having held the honour in the 2013 season where he lifted the Mòd Cup.

Peter Gomez has been appointed to the Vice-Captaincy – a tremendous honour for a homegrown player who has become one of our most committed and effective players in the last few years.

Ally Lamont will be continuing as Fitness Coach. MacIntyre has also added John Macaskill to his management team as assistant shinty coach and first aider, John comes from a strong shinty background and we welcome him to the club.

Fitness Coach : Ally Lamont
Assistant Shinty Coach : John Macaskill
Senior Team Captain : Paul Duke
Senior Team, Vice Captain : Peter Gomez
First Aider : John Macaskill