Aberdeen Games Results

Light music champion Kyle Howie

It was an almost perfect day for pipes at Aberdeen’s Hazelhead Park yesterday (June 18) – warm with light cloud cover, writes Piping Convenor Dr Jack Taylor. Nineteen seniors and ten juniors played, and it was encouraging to see three in the new chanter class, requiring two parts of a march.

Piobaireachd judges described the playing as ‘interesting and good’; 18 played 18 different tunes, with longer pieces mixed with lighter.

Piobaireachd
1 Luke Kennedy
2 Edward Gaul
3 James MacPetrie
4 Gordon Barclay
5 Fraser Maitland

Marches
1 Kyle Howie
2 Edward Gaul
3 John MacDonald
4 Angus MacPhee
5 Cameron May


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Strathspey and Reel
1 Kyle Howie
2 John MacDonald
3 Cameron May
4 Edward Gaul
5 Luke Kennedy

Fifth in the piobaireachd, Fraser Maitland

Jig
1 Luke Kennedy
2 Cameron May
3 Christopher McLeish
4 Angus MacPhee
5 Kyle Howie

U-18 March: 1 James Fraser 2 Lewis Stewart 3 Craig Mitchell 4 Rory Menzies 5 Callum Pearson
U-18 S&R: 1 James Fraser 2 Callum Pearson 3 Lewis Stewart 4 Craig Mitchell 5 Rory Menzies
U-18 Jig: 1 Craig Mitchell 2 James Fraser 3 Rory Menzies 4 Lewis Stewart 5 Callum Pearson

Judges: I Duncan, D Fraser, S Samson, D Watson


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