Competition Results

Online Junior competition results

Online Junior competition results

The online junior piping and drumming competition organised by Fife-based pipe band, Burntisland & District, has been voted a success by competitors, judges and organisers. A total of 202 entries were received in the piping (128 on pipes and 74 on chanter) from competitors in seven countries: the United Kingdom, […]

James Murray, who dressed for the occasion, competing yesterday from his home.

CLASP competition success amid coronavirus lockdown

This weekend’s amateur piping competition held for members of the Competition League for Amateur Solo Pipers (CLASP) was voted an overwhelming success by competitors and judges alike. As a result of the Conronavirus pandemic, the contest was held using videoconferencing technology and audio files. Competitors – from around the world […]

Canterbury Caledonia Pipe Band, pictured competing at the Worlds in 2018.

Canterbury Caledonian retain NZ Champions

The 2020 New Zealand Championships were held this weekend at  Queen’s Park in Invercargill. Canterbury Caledonian Society retained the title, having won it in 2019. Results: Grade 1Medley – 1. Canterbury Caledonian Society; 2. Manawatu Scottish; 3. New Zealand Police; 4. Auckland & District.MSR – 1. Canterbury Caledonian Society; 2. Manawatu Scottish; […]

Angus MacColl with Alastair MacInnes and Beathag Mhoireasdan.

Angus MacColl wins the 2020 Uist & Barra

March 7, Glasgow, Scotland – Angus D. MacColl from Benderloch near Oban won the Glasgow Uist & Barra Association’s annual invitational solo piping competition. The competition was held today in front of a capacity audience at The National Piping Centre Otago Street in Glasgow’s west end. The Argyll piper won […]

Prizewinners and judges at today's Archie Kenneth Quaich.

Archie Kenneth Quaich results

The 28th annual Archie Kenneth Quaich competition took place today in the Edinburgh rooms of the Royal Scottish Pipers’ Society. The winner was Andrew Park who won for the second time. Andrew also won in 2013. Peter McCallister was fear an tighe. Donald MacPhee and Patricia Henderson were the judges. […]

Brown through to Guards Knockout semis

Brown through to Guards Knockout semis

Calum Brown won the last quarter final heat of the Scots Guards Association’s current Knockout series held yesterday at the Scots Guards Club in Haymarket, Edinburgh. The Inveraray & District Pipe Band piper, a native of the northeast of Scotland, won over Bradley Parker, formerly of Field Marshal Montgomery Pipe […]

Royal Scots Dragoon Guards – Mixed Ensemble winners.

British Army championships: results and report

By Pipe Major Peter MacGregor (WO2) On the weekend of February 22-23 the sound of bagpipes, drums and bugles was once again present at Redford Barracks in Edinburgh as the 2020 Army Piping and Drumming Championships took place at the Army School of Bagpipe Music and Highland Drumming’s home of […]

Today's winners.

Graeme Johnston Memorial results

Bobby Allen and Duncan Winters won their respective heats at the annual Graeme Johnston Memorial juvenile solo piping competition today at The National Piping Centre Otago Street. The win was the third in a row at this competition for Bobby Allen. Results: Afternoon winners (MSR) – 1. Bobby Allen (Shotts […]