caman


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caman

(ˈkæmən)
n
(Hockey (Field & Ice)) shinty the wooden stick used to hit the ball
[C19: from Gaelic]
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She is also a star camogie player as you can see from the way she handles a caman and sliotar.
Motherwell's squad has also been boosted by the return to these shores of Ged Brannan fresh from his failed defection to the Caman Islands.
He was struck below the eye by the caman (stick) of Newtonmore defender Colin Stewart two minutes into the Cammanach Cup quarter-final tie on March 18.
He was in the process of booking Beauly star Calum Bain, 33, when the player knocked the book out of his hand with his wooden caman.
He is the silver figure depicted holding the Caman on the lid of the ancient cup, designed and crafted by Edinburgh jewellers Hamilton and Inches.
It gave them access to football and hurling but Sean Og might as well have used a shovel instead of a caman in his early flirtation with the ancient game.
Caman, help Craig to win CRAIG BROWN says he would like Old Firm bosses Kenny Dalglish and Dick Advocaat to assist Scotland's route to Euro 2000.
Calling himself Lachlan Caman and equipped with stolen barrister's gown and wig, Bint went first-class on Virgin Rail.
At the age of 17 John MacDonald had the world at his feet but preferred a caman in his hands.
He leaves behind his wife of 29 years, Tracy (Gaumond) Raphaelson, and three children, Becca Raphaelson, Vanessa Gaumond of Worcester, and Jake Raphaelson of Santa Monica, CA; his two brothers, Marc Raphaelson and his wife, Amanda of Upperville, VA, Josh Raphaelson and his wife, Kelly of Santa Monica; and his sister, Yuka McGreen and her husband, PJ of Cornwall, New York; his aunts, Fern Caman of Upperville, VA and Charlotte Raphaelson of Delray Beach, FL; his in-laws, Penny Gaumond, John Gaumond and Judy Ferrara of Worcester; and his best friend John Simpson of Calgary, Alberta, Canada; and many nieces, nephews and cousins.
And since changing his mind about hanging up his caman, McNeill has won shinty's top cup, played three blue riband finals and become Scotland No.
The eldest of a family of eleven - seven boys and four girls - born to Lily and Jim Cuddy in Camross at the foot of Slieve Bloom, Shawn wielded the caman up to under 14 level with the local club.