ⓘ Glasgow Celtic Society Cup. The Glasgow Celtic Society Cup, known for sponsorship reasons as the Gregor Cameron Consultancy Celtic Society Cup, is a knock-out c ..

                                     

ⓘ Glasgow Celtic Society Cup

The Glasgow Celtic Society Cup, known for sponsorship reasons as the Gregor Cameron Consultancy Celtic Society Cup, is a knock-out cup competition in the sport of shinty. Entry is open to all senior teams from the South District playing in the Premier Division and South Division One. It is the oldest competition in the sport, first being played for in 1879.

The final was always played traditionally at Old Anniesland, although both 2011 and 2012 finals were outside of Glasgow and the 2015 Cup final was held in Taynuilt between Oban Camanachd and Kyles Athletic. The final continues to be played outside of Glasgow at present. It is organised by the Glasgow Celtic Society in conjunction with the Camanachd Association, not by the Camanachd Association itself. The present holders are Oban Camanachd.

                                     

1. History

The Celtic Society did not originally run the competition but presented the trophy to the Glasgow Shinty Association. Upon the demise of this organisation the Celtic Society took over the running of the competition. The 2012 final, which was initially rained off and moved to the following Saturday, featured Inveraray, against Taynuilt in their first senior final. Unfortunately Taynuilt were thrashed 14-0 by the Royal Burgh side.

                                     

2. List of Winners

  • 1906 Furnace 5 Kyles Athletic 1
  • 2007 Inveraray 4 Bute 3
  • 1900 Oban Camanachd 2 Kyles Athletic 1
  • 1962 Oban Celtic 8 Glasgow Uni 4
  • 1911 Oban Camanachd 3 Glasgow Skye 2
  • 1975 No Competition
  • 1905 Glasgow Cowal 3 Oban Camanachd 0
  • 2017 Kyles Athletic 3 Oban Camanachd 1
  • 1996 Inveraray 4 Oban Camanachd 1
  • 1923 Kyles Athletic 4 Glasgow Skye 1
  • 1963 Kyles Athletic 7 Bute 0
  • 1927 Kyles Athletic 8 Glasgow Mid Argyll 0
  • 1977 Kyles Athletic 8 Oban Camanachd 3
  • 1986 Kyles Athletic 4 Oban Camanachd 0
  • 1883/4 No Competition
  • 2000 Kyles Athletic 3 Inveraray 1 aet
  • 1951 Lovat 5 Glasgow Mid Argyll 1
  • 1969 Glasgow Mid Argyll 3 Kyles Athletic 1
  • 1939 Kyles Athletic 1 Glasgow Mid Argyll 0 after 2-2 draw
  • 1978 Glasgow Mid Argyll 3 Oban Camanachd 2
  • 2004 Inveraray 5 Kyles Athletic 1
  • 2008 Inveraray 4 Glenorchy 1
  • 1912 Furnace 2 Glasgow Skye 1 after 4-4 draw
  • 2002 Inveraray 3 Kyles Athletic 0
  • 1981 Kyles Athletic 2 Strachur 1
  • 1956 Kyles Athletic 1 Glasgow Mid Argyll 1 Kyles win 3-1 on corners
  • 1930 Glasgow Mid Argyll 4 Oban Camanachd 3
  • 1955 Oban Lorn 2 Glasgow Mid Argyll 0
  • 2011 Kyles Athletic 2 Oban Camanachd 1
  • 1889 Oban Camanachd 4 Glasgow Cowal 1
  • 1995 Inveraray 2 Oban Camanachd 1
  • 1931 Glasgow Inverness-shire 2 Kyles Athletic 1
  • 1989 Oban Camanachd 3 Kyles Athletic 2
  • 1932 Glasgow Skye 1 Kyles Athletic 0 after 1-1 draw
  • 2018 Oban Camanachd 2 Kyles Athletic 0
  • 1907 Glasgow Cowal 5 Oban Camanachd 2
  • 1940/46 No Competition owing to Second World War
  • 2006 Inveraray 7 Bute 2
  • 1953 Lochfyneside 2 Glasgow Skye 1 aet
  • 1972 Glasgow Mid Argyll 3 Kyles Athletic 1
  • 1886 Dunollie 2 Bonawe 1
  • 2016 Kyles Athletic 3 Inveraray 1
  • 2001 Inveraray 4 Glenorchy 1
  • 1983 Kyles Athletic 3 Strachur 2
  • 1903 Kyles Athletic 2 Oban Camanachd 1
  • 1966 Kyles Athletic 6 Bute 1
  • 1885 Vale of Laroch 2 Greenock 0
  • 1938 Oban Camanachd 5 Glasgow Skye 0
  • 1902 Glasgow Caledonian 1 Kyles Athletic 0
  • 2010 Inveraray 3 Kyles Athletic 2
  • 1961 Glasgow Mid Argyll 6 Oban Lorn 2
  • 1925 Inveraray 3 Glasgow Skye 0
  • 1985 Strachur 2 Glasgow Mid Argyll 1
  • 1970 Kyles Athletic 3 Strachur 1
  • 1952 Ballachulish 5 Glasgow Uni 1
  • 1994 Oban Camanachd 4 Ballachulish 0
  • 1950 Lovat 3 Lochfyneside 1
  • 1999 Inveraray 3 Oban Camanachd 2
  • 1922 Kyles Athletic 2 Glasgow Skye 1 aet and 1-1 draw
  • 1993 Oban Camanachd 5 Oban Celtic 1
  • 1929 Kyles Athletic 5 Glasgow Skye 1
  • 1971 Glasgow Mid Argyll 8 Inveraray 4 aet
  • 1901 Kyles Athletic 3 Glasgow Caledonian 0
  • 1880 Vale of Leven 4 Glencoe 2 aet
  • 1947 Oban Camanachd 8 Glasgow Inverness-shire 1
  • 1935 Inveraray 1 Glasgow Mid Argyll 0
  • 1879 Glasgow Cowal 6 Glasgow Inveraray 0
  • 1924 Inveraray 2 Glasgow Skye 0
  • 1881 Glencoe 6 Renton 3
  • 1982 Strachur 2 Kyles Athletic 1
  • 2019 Oban Camanachd 2 Kyles Athletic 1
  • 1987 Oban Camanachd 3 Glasgow Mid Argyll 1
  • 1988 Oban Camanachd 7 Strachur 1
  • 1984 Kyles Athletic 4 Strachur 1
  • 1888 Inveraray V Furnace, Furnace won but result disputed
  • 1936 Glasgow Mid Argyll 4 Oban Camanachd 0 after 1-1 draw
  • 2012 Inveraray 14 Taynuilt 0
  • 1904 Oban Camanachd 6 Kyles Athletic 0
  • 1933 Kyles Athletic 4 Glasgow Mid Argyll 0
  • 2005 Oban Camanachd 7 Bute 4
  • 1964 Glasgow Mid Argyll 4 Kyles Athletic 3
  • 1882 Glencoe 3 Renton 0
  • 1926 Inveraray 3 Glasgow Skye 0
  • 1954 Kyles Athletic 5 Glasgow Mid Argyll 0
  • 1998 Glenorchy 2 Inveraray 1
  • 2014 Kyles Athletic 6 Inveraray 2
  • 1887 Inveraray 5 Glasgow Cowal 2
  • 1957 Glasgow Mid Argyll 3 Strachur 2
  • 1908 Furnace 4 Glasgow Cowal 2
  • 1997 Oban Camanachd 3 Kyles Athletic 2 aet
  • 1968 Inveraray 3 Glasgow Mid Argyll 2
  • 1991 Oban Camanachd 4 Glenorchy 0
  • 1992 Oban Camanachd 9 Glenorchy 2
  • 1934 Inveraray 8 Edinburgh Camanachd 3
  • 1913 Glasgow Skye 5 Furnace 2
  • 1920 Kyles Athletic 5 Glasgow Skye 1
  • 1948 Oban Celtic 10 Glasgow Skye 0
  • 1965 Kyles Athletic 5 Glasgow Mid Argyll 0
  • 1960 Kyles Athletic 6 Glasgow Mid Argyll 5
  • 1976 Kyles Athletic 5 Bute 0
  • 1990 Oban Camanachd 3 Kyles Athletic 1
  • 1921 Kyles Athletic 3 Glasgow Kyles 1
  • 1890-1899 No Competition
  • 1974 Inveraray 4 Kyles Athletic 3
  • 2009 Inveraray 3 Oban Camanachd 2
  • 1958 Furnace 3 Glasgow Mid Argyll 1
  • 1959 Glasgow Mid Argyll 3 Furnace 1 after 4-4 draw
  • 1979 Kyles Athletic 3 Oban Camanachd 2
  • 1973 Oban Camanachd 4 Glasgow Mid Argyll 3
  • 2003 Inveraray 2 Kyles Athletic 0
  • 1910 Kyles Athletic 4 Strachur 0
  • 1914 Furnace 3 Glasgow Skye 2 after 4-4 draw
  • 1980 Glasgow Mid Argyll 4 Strachur 4 GMA won 3-2 on pens
  • 1949 Lochfyneside 6 Edinburgh Camanachd 1
  • 1909 Glasgow Cowal 1 Strachur 0 aet after 2-2 draw
  • 1915/19 No Competition owing to Great War
  • 2013 Kyles Athletic 0 Inveraray 0 Kyles win on penalties
  • 2015 Kyles Athletic 4 Oban Camanachd 2
  • 1928 Kyles Athletic 2 Glasgow Skye 0
  • 1937 Oban Camanachd w/o GMA withdrew
  • 1967 Kyles Athletic 3 Glasgow Mid Argyll 2
                                     
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