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(New page: <noinclude>{{Subpages}}</noinclude> A sport popular in Scotland, particularly the Highlands and Islands, related to the Irish sport of hurling and ice hockey.)
 
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A sport popular in Scotland, particularly the Highlands and Islands, related to the Irish sport of hurling and ice hockey.
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A Scottish Highland outdoor sport for two teams of twelve and resembling field hockey, though with taller goalposts. It is believed to be derived from the Irish sport of hurling.

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A definition or brief description of Shinty.

A Scottish Highland outdoor sport for two teams of twelve and resembling field hockey, though with taller goalposts. It is believed to be derived from the Irish sport of hurling.