Rugby Star Ali McGrandes Named Chieftain of Stirling Highland Games

Former Scotland rugby player Ali McGrandles has been named Chieftain of this year’s Stirling Highland Games. Stirling-born Ali was a pioneer of women’s rugby in Scotland beginning her career at Stirling County aged just eight and going on to notch up 50 international caps. Ali, who played in the 1994, 1998 and 2002 Rugby World Cups, is …

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Announcement About the 2020 Stirling Highland Games

**Cancellation of 2020 Stirling Highland Games** At a recent committee meeting and based on the latest Scottish Government papers surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic, the Stirling Highland Games committee and organisers have now taken the rather difficult decision to cancel the 2020 Stirling Highland Games event which was due to take place on Saturday 15th August. …

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Would You Have Been Strong Enough to Take on The Bruce Challenge?

Stirling Highland Games is excited to share its news with visitors about its new event, The Bruce Challenge, that will form part of the 150-year anniversary celebrations on Saturday 15th August. Although Stirling Highland Games has a long and turbulent history, the current committee has injected life back into the highland games over the last …

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Event Organisers Ceangail Collaborate With University of Stirling Masters Students

The Stirling Highland Games, delivered by Ceangail CIC, continues to deliver more than just its social purpose and with the help of 5 MSc masters students from the University of Stirling, whose aim is to create a marketing mix that attracts 8000 visitors to this year’s event. Between 2014 and 2019, the event has provided …

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It’s A Slam Dunk as Kieran Achara Names as 2019 Stirling Highland Games Chieftain

This year the Stirling Highland Games committee were delighted to announce their 2019 Games Chieftain to be Stirling born International basketball player, Kieron Achara. Stirling Highland Games is a traditional Highland games competition held annually on the 3rd Saturday of August at Stirling Sports Village. The event nowadays attracts a much wider visiting audience with …

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