Shinty stirs into life under pandemic rules

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Inveraray’s shinty players knocked off some of the lockdown rust at a friendly match in Oban last weekend.

Along with other non-professional contact sport, the shinty season ended back in March when coronavirus lockdown began and has yet to re-start.

With the future still unclear for the sport along with the rest of society, shinty clubs have been preparing in accordance with coronavirus precautions.

In a friendly versus Oban Celtic at Mossfield, Inveraray second team ran out 4-2 winners.