The 2022 Tulloch Homes Camanachd Cup Final takes place this Saturday, 17th September at The Dell, Kingussie.

The Tulloch Homes Camanachd Cup is shinty’s greatest prize and one of Scotland’s oldest and most iconic sporting trophies and this year’s final between Lovat and Kingussie is set to be one of the most exciting finals in recent times.

Lovat have appeared in 5 of the last 7 Camanachd Cup Finals and will be looking to secure their 3rd Camanachd Cup win, adding to victories in 2015 and 1953.

Kingussie on the other hand are in the final for the first time since 2014 and are 2nd in the all-time holders list with 23 triumphs.

The rising stars of the shinty world start the day at 11:00 with the MacMaster Cup Final so be sure to come along and watch Skye and Newtonmore contest for U14 supremacy before the main event.

Tickets for this years event have now sold out.

BBC Scotland will be broadcasting the final this Saturday at 2pm.

Tulloch Homes Managing Director

Sandy Grant:

“We are really excited for this Saturday’s final – two great teams come together in what is set to be a really exciting occasion. Shinty is a big part of life in the areas that Tulloch Homes operate and we are really proud to sponsor the sport as it is part of the fabric of Highland life. On behalf of Tulloch Homes I would like to wish both Lovat and Kingussie the best of luck.”

Lovat Captain

Craig Mainland:

"We are all looking forward to the final on the 17th. We are privileged enough to have made a lot of camanachd finals that should hopefully hold us in good stead. We have had a very indifferent season with lot of injuries and a very inconsistent squad at times. But when we have our full squad we feel we are a match for anyone including Kingussie on their on patch. Having our full forward line back will make a huge difference as Greg (Matheson), Fraser (Heath), Marc (MacLachlan) and Lewis (Tawse) all have goals in them. However, to help even more we will need a large support as we are playing Kingussie in their own back garden. I think If you haven’t already been to this fixture I would strongly advise it as the size of it and atmosphere is unrivalled. I think I can speak for all the lads when I say we are just itching to get out there now."

Kingussie Captain

Savio Genini

“We are looking forward to being back in our first Camanachd cup final for 8 years which is too long for a club like Kingussie so it is good to be back challenging. Lovat will be a massive test for us so we will need to be at 110% to get anything from the game. The whole town is buzzing about the Camanachd Final being back at The Dell after so long, without doubt the best surface in shinty so it makes for a great game. It’s a massive honour for everyone in our team to represent the club and to do it on our home ground is huge.”