Tomintoul Games Results

Big skies and forests at Tomintoul on the edge of the Cairngorm National Park. Calum Brown on the boards

It was a good day for playing at yesterday’s games – warm with light cloud cover. Twelve adults played, with eight in the Junior Piobaireachd, reports Dr Jack Taylor

There was a touching tribute paid to Patricia Grant who died last year. She had been Games Secretary at Tomintoul for many years and also organised the Grampian Piping League based on the results of the Grampian games.

Overall prizes: 1. P/M Ben Duncan (McArthur Prize £100) 2. Calum Brown

Piobaireachd (three tunes asked for)
1. Jamie Elder
2. Calum Brown
3. Allan Russell
4. Ben Duncan
Judges: L Barclay, I Duncan 

March
1. Ben Duncan
2. Calum Brown
3. Allan Russell
4. Hamish Munro

Champion Piper Ben Duncan with his prizes

Strathspey and Reel
1. Calum Brown
2. Ben Duncan
3. Allan Russell
4. Josh Chandler

Hornpipe and Jig
1. Ben Duncan
2. Calum Brown
3. James MacPetrie
4. Josh Chandler 

Judges for light music: G Brown, J Taylor. 


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Piobaireachd  14 -17 
1. Arron Green – The Wee Spree
2. Jack Johnston – The Massacre of Glencoe
3. Jake Robertson – Kinlochmoidart  No 1
4. Calum Ross – Struan Robertson Salute

March 14-17
1. Arron Green
2. Jake Robertson
3. Jack Johnston 
4. Calum Pearson

Strathspey and Reel 14-17
1. Arron Green
2. Jake Robertson
3. Jack Johnston
4. Calum Pearson

Under 14 March
1. Rory Menzies
2. Craig Mitchell
3. Calum Ross

Under 14 Strathspey and Reel
1. Craig Mitchell
2. Calum Ross
3. Rory Menzies

Judge for the Junior Piping: D Watson



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