Newtonmore


Newtonmore
   NEWTONMORE, a village, in the parish of Kingussie, county of Inverness; containing 222 inhabitants. This is one of two villages in the parish, both of which are of modern date, having been built within the last fifty years. Newtonmore is a very small place, situated on the north side of the river Spey.

A Topographical dictionary of Scotland. . 1856.

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  • Camanachd Cup — The Camanachd Association Challenge Cup or the Camanachd Cup or Scottish Cup as it is known is the premier prize in the sport of shinty. The Tournament At present the tournament is contested by the eight winning teams from the first round, drawn… …   Wikipedia

  • David "Tarzan" Ritchie — (born 1945)[1] is a former shinty player from Newtonmore, Scotland. He is notable for having won 12 Camanachd Cup medals, a record he held alongside fellow Newtonmore player Hugh Chisholm for many years.[2] Playing career Tarzan played his entire …   Wikipedia

  • Norman MacArthur — Norman Brick [1] MacArthur (born 22 May 1960) is a retired shinty player and current manager of Newtonmore Camanachd Club. MacArthur was a player with Newtonmore since the mid 70s and won several Camanachd Cups. He was the Albert Smith Medal… …   Wikipedia

  • Danny MacRae — Daniel Pirrie MacRae better known as Danny MacRae (born 19 August 1984)[1] is a Scottish shinty player from Newtonmore, Scotland. He plays for Newtonmore Camanachd Club. He is affectionately known in the press as Super Dan .[2] Playing career His …   Wikipedia


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