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Duncan Cameron (shinty player) Wikipedia
Duncan Cameron is an administrator and ex-player in the sport of shinty. He is a three times past president of the sport's governing body, the Camanachd Association.
Cameron was a player for Ballachulish before moving to Glasgow and playing for several clubs in Glasgow.
Cameron, alongside his brother Iain, was instrumental in bringing about changes in shinty in the 70s and early 80s through public forums and reports.
After holding various positions in the Glasgow Celtic Society, Cameron was elected President of the Camanachd Association in 1994, a position he held until 2000. In this time he brought about the establishment of a National Premier Division and National Division One and was also re-elected.
He was elected in 2007 to succeed John Mackenzie. His third term of presidency was marked by varying levels of controversy. He stepped down in 2011 to be replaced by Archie Robertson.
Cameron is married to Liz Cameron, former Lord Provost of Glasgow.