Blair Atholl swept away by Drummond

Published: May 26, 2013
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Blair Atholl, Scotland – May 26, 2013 - Cameron Drummond of Edinburgh won all three of the top solo piping events at the annual Atholl & Breadalbane Highland Gathering on a lovely sunny day, with the usual good turnout of competitors and listeners. A clean sweep of a Highland games in Scotland happens only every few years.

A-Grade
Piobaireachd
1st Cameron Drummond
2nd David Wilton
3rd Gordon McCready
4th Jenny Hazzard
5th Jonathan Greenlees
6th Finlay Clark

MSR
1st Cameron Drummond
2nd Gordon McCready
3rd Craig Wilson
4th David Wilton
5th Craig Muirhead
6th Connor Sinclair

B-Grade Piobaireachd
1st George Stewart
2nd Angus MacColl Jr.
3rd Ashley McMichael
4th Tracey Williams
5th Andrew MacPhee

C-Grade Piobaireachd
1st Matt Fraser
2nd Caitlin MacDonald
3rd Lachie Dick
4th Jamie Elder
5th Edward Gaul

Open Hornpipe & Jig
1st Cameron Drummond
2nd Gordon McCready
3rd David Wilton
4th Craig Muirhead
5th Craig Wilson
6th Craig Sutherland

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