BUTTER FINGERS’ BLOG, 21/04/17
14:15 Pipes and Drums of the Police Service of Northern Ireland
14:25 Dowco Triumph Street – Canada
14:35 Field Marshal Montgomery
14:45 Simon Fraser University – Canada
15:05 Glasgow Police
15:15 St Laurence O’Toole – Eire
15:25 Peoples Ford – Boghall and Bathgate Caledonia
15:35 Bleary and District
15:45 Police Scotland Fife
15:55 Shotts and Dykehead Caledonia
16:15 Vale of Atholl
16:35 Buchan Peterson
16:45 Inveraray and District
Adjudicators: Colin Moffett, John Connor, Alexander Russell and Cameron Edgar.
14:09 Grampian Police Scotland
14:18 City of London
14:27 MacKenzie Caledonian
14:36 The Glasgow Skye Association
14:45 Glasgow City
14:54 Scottish Fire and Rescue Services Pipe Band
15:21 City of Discovery
15:30 Dumbarton and District
15:39 Isle of Islay
15:48 Lomond and Clyde
16:15 Bucksburn and District
Adjudicators: Jim Wark, Harry Stevenson, Stuart Coils and Paul Turner.
The full draw is HERE.
Good luck to both Buchan Peterson and Johnstone as they both make their debut in Grade 1. And to the new band, the City of London in Grade 2.
Incidentally, was at the College of Piping last night and couldn’t help eavesdropping on the practice of Field Marshall’s Scottish-based members. Very good. Very good indeed.
Capt (Ret’d) Colin H C Graham, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, has been in touch with a plea to any next of kin or family members of the under-noted former Argylls who composed pipe tunes that will be included in the forthcoming tune collection:
If anyone has information relevant to any of the above-named ex-members of the regiment please contact Colin as soon as possible on 01786 850213 or email him at: email@example.com
And so to Edinburgh tomorrow for the annual competition run by the Lowland & Border Pipers’ Society. This is always an enjoyable event and this year it will be held in the Royal Scottish Pipers’ Society rooms in Rose Street. It’s a small venue but I’m sure there will be plenty of elbow room …