Uist & Barra 2019 Results, Updated with Pictures

Champion Piper Finlay Johnston receives the Glasgow Highland Club Silver Medal from representative Mr Rory MacPherson

This competition was held today, March 2, at the National Piping Centre, Otago Street, Glasgow. Pipers were given their tunes one week in advance and were allowed four minutes tuning.

There was a large and appreciative audience throughout the day and the event was livestreamed over the internet for those who could not manage.

Ceol Mor, Glasgow Highland Club Silver Medal and Finlay MacKenzie Challenge Trophy
1 Finlay Johnston
2 Iain Speirs
3 Angus MacColl
4 Cameron Drummond
5 Glenn Brown



MSR, Oban Times Challenge Trophy
1 Finlay Johnston
2 Angus MacColl 
3 William McCallum 
4 Connor Sinclair 
5 Roderick MacLeod

Finlay receives the MSR trophy

H&J, Angus John MacDonald Trophy
1 Angus MacColl
2 William McCallum 
3 Finlay Johnston 
4 Sarah Muir 
5 Cameron Drummond 



Overall for the Charles Hepburn Rose Bowl: Finlay Johnston



The full list if invitees for the ceol mor and their tunes:

1 Connor Sinclair, Rory MacLoude’s Lament
2 Glenn Brown, Beloved Scotland
3 Alasdair Henderson, Blind Piper’s Obstinacy
4 Finlay Johnston, The Battle of Auldearn No. 1
5 Sandy Cameron, The Old Men of the Shells No. 1
6 Niall Stewart, Lament for the Iolaire
7 Roderick MacLeod, Lament for Donald Duaghal MacKay

Angus MacColl receives the H&J trophy

8 Cameron Drummond, Earl of Seaforth’s Salute
9 Iain Speirs. I Got a Kiss of the King’s Hand
10 Peter McCalister, A Son’s Salute to his Parents
11 Cameron McDougall, Lachlan MacNeil of Kintarbert’s Fancy
12 William McCallum, The Big Spree
13 Angus MacColl, MacLeod of Raasay’s Salute 

Judges for all events: M Henderson, A MacDonald, S Samson.


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