The National Division One (currently known as the Mowi National Division' for sponsorship reasons) is the second tier of the Shinty league system
|Number of teams||8|
|Level on pyramid||2|
|Promotion to||Premier Division|
|Relegation to||North Division One or South Division One|
|Current champions||Skye Camanachd|
Initially formed in 1999, the league folded in 2006 due to financial constraints before its reinstatement in 2014.
The 2023 Mowi National Division will consist of the following teams:
1999 to 2005: Original conception of National Division One which had relegation and promotion to the Premier Division.
2005: League folded to due financial constraints
2014: National Division One reinstated
2015: Fort William and Oban Camanachd promoted to an expanded Premiership, while Bute voluntary dropped to South Division One. Inverness, who had finished bottom of North Division One in 2014 promoted in lieu with all other teams choosing to stay put for financial reasons. On the eve of the season opener, Glenorchy pulled out of the league leaving only 7 teams.
List of winners (since 2014)Edit
- 2014 - Fort William Shinty Club
- 2015 - Skye Camanachd
- 2016 - Kilmallie Shinty Club
- 2017 - Skye Camanachd
- 2018 - Kilmallie Shinty Club
- 2019 - Fort William Shinty Club
- 2020 - No season due to Covid-19 pandemic
- 2021 - N/A
- 2022 - Skye Camanachd
- ^ "Marine Harvest National Division « Shinty". www.shinty.com. Archived from the original on 2017-03-13. Retrieved 2017-03-17.