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Player pool rule threatens the future of youth shinty

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The future of youth shinty in Mid Argyll is under threat after the sport’s ruling body enforced a rule limiting the pool of players from which primary school teams can be selected.

Parents and volunteer coaches at Kilmory and Dunadd Junior Camanachd Club say there is a real threat the club could fold after the Camanachd Association told the club in the spring it would be barred from national competition as it breached the upper limit of 150 pupils. Kilmory and Dunadd Junior Camanachd recruits players from three primary schools – Lochgilphead, Ardrishaig and Glassary – which have a combined roll of around 350.

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