Comann Camanachd Chille Mhaille

Kilmallie Shinty Club is a shinty team from CaolFort WilliamScotland. The club most recently achieved prominence in the all-Fort William Camanachd Cup Final in 2005 one of the closest and exciting finals for many years.

FOUNDED IN 1929

TROPHIES WON

Camanachd: 1

MacTavish: 4

Balliemore: 3

Sutherland: 6

Strathdearn: 4

The club was founded in 1929 and is named after the parish of Kilmallie, within which the team plays. They were given a pitch at Corpach by James Weir of Annat Farm, where games took place until the pulp mill opened and they relocated to Canal Parks in Caol. The club has never folded or amalgamated with another club. Having won the MacGillvary Senior League in 1959 and 1960, the club won the Camanachd Cup in 1964 against Inveraray in Fort William. They are now a fixture in the Mowi Premiership.

MANAGERS

1ST TEAM: Martin Stewart

2ND TEAM: Kevin Toye