Simon Fraser University Pipe Band wins Worlds

Greetings, some results from the World Piping Championships, Glasgow,
Scotland, August 15th. Regards, the other Ron

 

SFU repeats as the top Pipe Band for the sixth time. To see the Band in competition,
go to http://www.bbc.co.uk/Scotland/music/worlds/2009

 

Grade 1
Overall

1st Simon
Fraser University (Canada)

2nd
 Field Marshal Montgomery (Northern Ireland)

3rd  St.
Laurence O'Toole (Ireland)

4th
Strathclyde Police (Scotland).

5th House of
Edgar-Shotts & Dykehead (Scotland)

6th Boghall
& Bathgate (Scotland)

 

Drumming: Simon Fraser University (Canada)

Grade 1
Medley
: 1st
 Simon Fraser University (Canada)

 Drumming: House of
Edgar-Shotts & Dykehead (Scotland)

Judges: I
Wood, T. Sloane (piping); G. Craig (drumming); Joe Noble (ensemble)

Grade 1 MSR: 1st Simon
Fraser University (Canada)

Drumming: 1st Simon
Fraser University (Canada)

Judges:
Malcolm MacKenzie, John Moles (piping); A. Steele (drumming); David Clark
(ensemble)

 Grade 2
(MSR)

1st Inveraray
and District

2nd Ravara

3rd Mauchline
and District

4th Dumfries

5th Grampian
Police

6th New Westminster Police

Other news:

1. Triumph Street Pipe Band
qualified for the Grade 1 final but didn’t make the prize list.

2. Robert Malcolm Juveniles
were 4th in their competition.

All in all, a very good day
for B.C. Bands.

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