|Part of the Scottish clan wars|
|Clan MacDonald of
|Chattan Confederation led by Clan Mackintosh|
|Coll MacDonald of Keppoch||Lachlan MacKintosh of
Kenneth Mackenzie of Suddie
|Casualties and losses|
The Battle of Maol Ruadh (Mulroy, Maoile Ruaidh) was fought in August 1688 in the Lochaber district of Scotland between the Chattan Confederation led by the Clan Mackintosh against the Clan MacDonald of Keppoch and the Clan Cameron. 
It is sometimes described as the last of the private battles between clans of the kind fought in the Highlands in ages past, but this is perhaps inaccurate as the Mackintoshes had official support for their actions against the Macdonalds and their army was in part made up of government troops.