Cameron MacDougall won the first 2019 Knockout semi-final on Sunday, March 31 against Ross Miller. The next semi-final is Sunday, April 28 with Callum Brown V Callum Watson. Each event takes place at Scots Guards Club, Haymarket, Edinburgh with a 4pm start and tickets are available on the door.
The winners of the 2019 New Zealand Pipe Band Championships are as follows: Grade 1: Canterbury Caledonian SocietyGrade 2: ILT City of InvercargillGrade 3: Scottish Society of NZGrade 4a: Scots CollegeGrade 4b: City of RotoruaJuvenile: St Andrew’s College A
It was a great day at The National Piping Centre on Saturday 16th March for the 20th Annual Duncan Johnstone Memorial Competition. There was a huge entry, with a high standard of performance through the day. Thank you to the Competing Pipers’ Association, the stewards and all the competitors that […]
There was a great day of piping on Saturday 2nd March at The National Piping Centre Otago Street for the Uist and Barra Annual Invitational Competition. Congratulations to Finlay Johnston who was the overall winner, winning both the Piobaireachd and MSR events. Here are the full results: Piobaireachd 1st Finlay […]
Tom Peterkin won the 27th Archie Kenneth Quaich, the annual amateur pìobaireachd competition run by The Pìobaireachd Society. Peterkin, who has now won this competition four times, played Melbank’s Salute. 26 competed. The competition took place on February 23 in the historic rooms of The Royal Scottish Pipers’ Society in […]
The National Piping Centre’s 23rd annual junior solo piping competition took place at McPhater Street on February 16. The overall champions were Jaz Scott (chanter), Fraser Hamilton (novice, under 15) and Luke Kennedy (junior). Results: Junior (age 15-17) Piobaireachd – 1. Hamish Drennan; 2. Christopher Happs; 3. Gregor MacDonald; 4. […]
1st – Bagad Cap Caval – 17,352nd – Bagad Kerlenn Pondi – 17,283rd – Bagad Kemper – 17,224th – Bagad Ar Meilhoù Glaz – 15,975th – Bagad Kevrenn Alré – 15,546th – Bagad Melinerion – 15,057th – Bagad Sonerien Bro Dreger – 15,028th – Bagad Bro Kemperle – 14,899th – […]