Helensburgh Results

A professional indoor solo contest held today, July 14, in Helensburgh, on the Firth of Clyde, west of Glasgow. Piob: 1 Angus MacPhee 2 John MacDonald 3 Campbell Wilson 4 Callum WyndMarch: 1 Jamie Brownlie 2 Piers Dover 3 Cameron May 4 Callum WyndS&R: 1 Cameron May 2 Callum Wynd 3 Angus MacPhee 4 Jonathon Simpson Judges: B Donaldson, P Hunt, R Livingstone, W Morrison.

Inverness Games Results

A cool day, but well organised piping by Inverness Piping Society at the town’s 2024 Highland Games held at Bught Park today, July 13. Champion Piper was Sandy Cameron, Roy Bridge (pictured). Junior results when we get them. Senior Piobaireachd (three tunes)1 Sandy Cameron £1252 Eireann Ianetta-MacKay £1003 Angus MacPhee £754 Calum Dunbar £55 Senior MSR (three M & S, own reel)1 Sandy Cameron £1002 Norman Gillies £803 David Stulpner…

Luss and Forres Games Results

Showery day on the banks of Loch Lomond. An amateur CLASP event was held in parallel with the Open competitions. Sixteen played in the Open Piob, 18 in the light music. Piobaireachd1 Bobby Allen – Battle of Auldearn No 22 Andrew Hutton – Too Long in this Condition3 Dan Nevans – Melbank’s Salute4 Andrew Pattison – Lament for Capt. MacDougall5 Neil Smith – Old Men of the Shells6 Keith Bowes…

Lochaber Gathering Entries Open/ Lochearnhead and Other Games Details

In preparation for this year’s Lochaber Gathering on Friday 23rd August (the day after Games Day at the Argyllshire Gathering), we have opened the Senior Entries and will hold them open until noon on 15th July, writes Ken Cameron, Chairman of Lochaber Piping Society. We are very restricted in numbers due to the nature of the venue, the excellent Highland Cinema in Fort William, so any sections which are over-subscribed will be…

Ceres Games Results and Comment

A snell wind greeted us as we arrived in the Howe of Fife for the annual Ceres Highland Games, purportedly the oldest in Scotland, dating from 1314, and a year my rabid nationalist pal tells me coincides with some minor altercation at Bannockburn. By Robert Wallace It’s just over a year since the old grappler and piper Willie Baxter left us and there he was on the front of the…