Shinty tournament tribute to quad-bike accident player
Craig Morrison died last July after plunging over cliffs on Lewis.
A Lewis shinty player who died in a quad bike accident almost a year ago has been honoured by his teammates.
Craig Morrison died after the quad bike plunged over high cliffs on July 6 last year.
The 20-year-old merchant seaman from Back was an avid member of Lewis Camanachd and, on Saturday, the shinty club launched the Craig Morrsion Memorial Shield for its inaugral Stornoway Shinty Sixes competition.
Squads from Skye, Lochcarron and Stromeferry travelled across the Minch to join two Lewis teams in the event at Stornoway primary.
The final was won by Skye A, winning 2-0 over Lochcarron.
Craig's father Graham Morrison, who watched the four-hour touranment with family members, presented the shield to the winning team. He also presented that man of the match award to Scott Murray - the spectators' choice and a long-time, friend of Craig's.
Lewis Camanachd captain Paul Duke said: "We devised the event especially in memory of Craig. It was apt to put the tournament and the memorial shield together."
The competition "was a reflection of the kind of day Craig would have like - full of fun and laughter," he said.