P/M Richard is World Champion for a Record Thirteenth Time

Field Marshal Montgomery Pipe Band (pictured above) under P/M Richard Parkes are the new World Pipe Band Champions. They were placed first ahead of Inveraray. SFU took the drumming title. 150+ bands took part across all grades. Conditions were warm and very hot.
  The RSPBA summary sheets showed the final totals. The Grade 1 title was earned over two days of competition, each contributing to the final total.


Grade 1
1 Field Marshal
2 Inveraray
3 Scot. Power
5 Boghall
Drumming: SFU

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Grade 2
1 Buchan Peterson
2 Ravara
3 Uddingston
4 Annan
5 City of Edinburgh
6 Manorcunningham
Drumming: Uddingston

Grade 3A
1 Johnstone
2 Deeside Cal.
3 Matt Boyd
4 Coalburn
5 Tullylaggan
6 Clogher
Drumming: Tullylaggan

SFU on day 1

Grade 3b
1 Royal Scots Dragoon Guards
2 Edradour
3 Maj. Sinclair
4 Augharan
5 Methil
6 Cullybackey
Drumming: Edradour

1 Dollar Acad.
2 Geo. Watson’s
3 St Thomas Episcopal, Texas
4 Prestonlodge High
Drumming: St Thomas Episcopal, Texas

Worlds 2022 day two judges

Grade 4a
1 Kildoag
2 Gransha
3 Brisbane Boys
4 Lower Clyde
5 Durham Pol., Canada
6 Uddingston Strath.
Drumming: Gransha

Grade 4b
1 1st Troon BB
2 Syerla & Dist
3 Kilbarchan
4 Black Raven
5 City of Discovery
6 Brisbane Boys
Drumming: 1st Troon BB

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Novice A
1 Dollar Acad.
2 W Lothian Schools
3 Geo Heriot’s
4 Geo Watson’s
5 Stirling & Dist Schools
Drumming: G Heriot’s

Novice B
1 High School Dundee
2 N Lanarkshire Schools
3 St Columba’s School
4 Renfrew Schools
5 Oban High
6 Lochgelly High
Drumming: N Lanarkshire Schools

• Stay tuned to Piping Press for our exclusive commentary on the Worlds.

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