Pipe Band Summaries

Here at the summaries from last weekend’s pipe band competitions:

Ards and North Down Championships, Bangor, Northern Ireland, May 13

fm

Field Marshall Montgomery Pipe Band

Grade 1 – 1. Field Marshal Montgomery; 2. Vale of Atholl; 3. Police Service of Northern Ireland; 4. Bleary and District.
Grade 2 – 1. Manorcunningham; 2. Closkelt.
Grade 3A – 1. New Ross & District; 2. Drumlough; 3. Marlacoo & District (ensemble preference); 4. Mat Boyd Memorial.
Grade 3B – 1. Battlehill; 2. Major Sinclair Memorial; 3. Quinn Memorial.
Grade 4A – 1. St Mary’s Derrytrasna; 2. Cullybackey; 3. Cloughfin (ensemble preference); 4. Tullylagan.
Grade 4B – 1. Gransha; 2. Kildoag; 3. Ballyboley; 4. Ballydonaghy; 5. Sgt. Walker Memorial.


Dunbar Highland Games, May 13

Grade 1 – 1. Police Scotland Fife; 2. Grampian Police Scotland.
Grade 2 – 1. Grampian Police Scotland; 2. George Heriot’s School; 3. George Watson’s College; 4. Royal Burgh of Stirling; 5. Scottish Fire and Rescue Services Pipe Band; 6. Wallacestone and District
Grade 3 – 1. Wallacestone and District; 2. Royal Burgh of Annan; 3. Prestonpans Royal British Legion; 4. The Highlanders (4 Scots); 5. Royal Burgh of Stirling; 6. Coalburn I.O.R. (B).
Grade 4 – 1. Queen Victoria School (ensemble preference); 2. Stow Borders Pipe Band; 3. Stockbridge; 4. Camelon and District; 5. Kelty and Blairadam (ensemble preference); 6. Preston Lodge High School Pipe Band.
Grade 4A – 1. Denny and Dunipace Gleneagles; 2. Dunbar Royal British Legion; 3. Kelty and Blairadam; 4. Royal Burgh of Stirling; 5. Tweedvale; 6. Camelon and District.
Juvenile – 1. George Heriot’s School Juv; 2. George Watson’s College; 3. Preston Lodge High School; 4. George Heriot’s School Nov A; 5. Peoples Ford Boghall and Bathgate Caledonia.
Novice Juvenile A – 1. George Heriot’s School; 2. George Watson’s College; 3. Boghall and Bathgate Caledonia.

Gourock Highland Games, May 14

Grade 1 – 1. Inveraray and District (ensemble preference); 2. Scottish Power; 3. Johnstone; 4. Glasgow Skye Association.
Grade 2 – 1. The Glasgow Skye Association; 2. Dumbarton and District; 3. Bothwell Castle; 4. Lochryan
Grade 3 – 1. Lochryan (ensemble preference); 2. Lanark and District; 3. Bothwell Castle; 4. Irvine and District; 5. Milngavie.
Grade 4 – 1. Johnstone; 2. Lower Clyde Pipes and Drums; 3. Williamwood; 4. Strathendrick; 5. Dunoon Argyll; 6. Uddingston Strathclyde (ensemble preference).
Juvenile – 1. 1st Troon Boys Brigade; 2. Dumbarton and District.
Novice Juvenile A – 1. Oban High School; 2. 1st Troon Boys Brigade; 3. Dunoon Grammar School.
Novice Juvenile B – 1. Oban High School; 2. Dumbarton and District; 3. Renfrewshire Schools.

Dundee City Outdoor Full Band Contest, May 14

MacKenzie Caledonian Pipe Band

MacKenzie Caledonian Pipe Band

Grade 2 – 1. Mackenzie Caledonian (ensemble preference); 2. City of Discovery; 3. Methil and District.
Grade 3 – 1. R.A.F. Central Scotland Pipes and Drums; 2. Bowhill and District; 3. Methil and District.
Grade 4A – 1. Dollar Academy; 2. Bowhill and District; 3. Perth and District; 4. R.A.F. Central Scotland Pipes and Drums; 5. Kinross and District; 6. Kelty and Blairadam.
Grade 4B – 1. Kelty and Blairadam; 2. Mackenzie Caledonian Juvenile; 3. Badenoch and Strathspey (ensemble preference); 4. Coupar Angus Burgh; 5. Dollar Academy; 6. City of St. Andrews.

 

Banchory Highland Games, May 14

Grade 1 – 1. Buchan Peterson (ensemble preference); 2. Grampian Police Scotland.
Grade 2 – 1. Grampian Police Scotland; 2. Portlethen and District; 3. Deeside Caledonia; 4. 2622 (Highland) Squadron R.A.F.
Grade 3 – 1. Portlethen and District; 2. Deeside Caledonia (ensemble preference); 3. 2622 (Highland) Squadron R.A.F. (ensemble preference); 4. Turriff and District; 5. R.A.F. Lossiemouth (ensemble preference); 6. Fraserburgh Royal British Legion.
Grade 4 – 1. Fraserburgh Royal British Legion; 2. Grampian District Pipes and Drums; 3. 2622 (Highland) Squadron R.A.F.; 4. Elgin and District; 5. Culter and District; 6. Granite City.

By | 2017-11-07T10:57:16+00:00 May 17th, 2017|General, Latest News|Comments Off on Pipe Band Summaries

About the Author: