Change to Skye Games / Entries for Inveraray

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Derek Midgley in 2017 after winning the Dunvegan Medal.
Derek Midgley in 2017 after winning the Dunvegan Medal.
Derek Midgley in 2017 after winning the Dunvegan Medal.
Derek Midgley in 2017 after winning the Dunvegan Medal.

Skye Games has made a change to its competitions for 2020. The change comes in the 2/4 March competition (played for the Kemble Star). Currently, in the heats, competitors will submit three tunes to the bench and play whichever is chosen by the judges. This will remain the case for this year. 

However, in the final, competitors will play the remaining two marches rather than another one chosen by the judges and played twice through. In other words, finalists will play all three of their marches in the course of the event.

As with the March final, in the Strathspey & Reel final (played for the Peter MacFarquhar Star), competitors will play their two so-far unplayed tunes (once through) in an order of their choosing.

Full information and an entry form can be downloaded from the links below:

Entry form

Information

Skye Games take place on August 4-5.


Entries are now open for the Junior and Senior competitions at this year’s Inveraray Highland Games:

Junior entry form

Senior entry form

Inveraray Highland Games takes place in the the grounds of Inveraray Castle on Tuesday, July 21.

One from the archives. Inveraray 1990 and John MacAskill and James Burnet were on judging duties that day.
One from the archives. Inveraray 1990 and John MacAskill and James Burnet were on judging duties that day.