The club has announced that Scott Murray has left the club for Aberdeen University in time for the 2016 season. Scott has been living in the Granite City for the last couple of years and has made the difficult decision to leave his boyhood club to play for the team in his city of residence.

Scott has been a Lewis stalwart since the Boyd MacKenzie days and has grown into a highly respected player in North reserve shinty. Club captain in our first league season and a two time player of the year, he finished 2012 as the club’s top scorer and has always been a great example of fitness and hard work. In recent years Scott has continued to play an important role on the park, although his appearances have become less due to living away. He has also been the driving force behind this very website and he will continue to be a supporter of the club off the park.

Aberdeen gain a strong, athletic player and whilst it will be very strange to see him in another team’s colours, all at the club would like to wish Scott well and he will always be welcome back in the Dubh is Gorm.

By eoghan

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