Col-Glen Shinty Club
|Full name||Col-Glen Shinty Club|
|Gaelic name||Comann Camanachd Chaol-Ghleann|
|Nickname||The Glen. The Tractor Boys|
|Ground||Community Playing Field
Clachan of Glendaruel
|League||South Division One|
The Club was founded in 1920 and had early success in competition. The club's name reflects the two villages from which it draws its players and support, Colintraive and Glendaruel. A sign of the changed demographics of the Scottish Highlands is that Col-Glen could raise three full teams and have nine spare reserves in 1938 but now has only one side as well as a couple of youth teams. 
Due to the sparse population, the club has folded on twice, between 1966 and 1968 and for a longer period between 1993 and 2005. The club restarted in September 2002 with a primary team and within three years it was able to reform an adults team to compete in the Bullough Cup (which it had won in 1983) and then re-entered League Shinty with the assistance of ex-players who had been part of Kyles Athletic's 1994 Camanachd Cup winning team.
On 12 September 2015, Col-Glen won the South Division Two title, the first league title in the club's history.