Greg Wilson wins Clasp - complete Inverness Day 2 results
Published: September 05, 2008
Inverness, Scotland – September 5, 2008 – The highlight of the second day of the Northern Meeting is the Clasp competition, considered by most to be the pinnacle award in solo piping, which Greg Wilson of New Zealand won for the third time in his career.
1st Greg Wilson, New Zealand, "The Phantom Piper of Corrieyarrick"
2nd Jack Lee, Surrey, British Columbia, "A Lament for Angus Campbell"
3rd Roddy MacLeod, Glasgow
4th Willie McCallum, Bearsden, Scotland, "Lament for P-M Robert Reid"
5th Stuart Liddell, Inveraray, Scotland, "Salute to James Campbell"
Judges: Jim McGillivray, Iain Morrison, Andrew Wright
Judges: Bill Livingstone, Hugh MacCallum, John Wilson
B-Grade Strathspey & Reel
1st Peter MacGregor
2nd Andrew Hall, Upminster, England
3rd Sylvain Hamon
4th Gordon Bruce
5th Jamie Forrester
Judges: John MacDougall, Iain MacLellan, Malcolm McRae
1st Craig Sutherland
2nd Michael Spittal
3rd George Stewart
4th Glenn Ross
1st George Stewart
2nd Glenn Ross
3rd Craig Sutherland
4th Michael Spittal
1st Karla Urquhart
2nd Charles MacDonald
3rd Ross Fraser
4th James McPetrie
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