Duncan narrowly misses St. Andrew’s course record

Published: July 27, 2014
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Ben Duncan

St. Andrew’s, Scotland – July 27, 2014 – Ben Duncan had the most success, with two first and a third, at the annual St. Andrew’s Highland Games. Weather was changeable in the early afternoon with intermittent heavy showers, but cleared up and ended with a warm, sunny evening. Roderick Barron judged everything.

Senior (eight competed)
March
1st Ben Duncan
2nd Andrew Bova
3rd Ross Millar
4th Nils Michael

Strathspey & Reel
1st Ben Duncan
2nd Jonathan Simpson
3rd Ross Millar
4th Andrew Bova

Jigs
1st Andrew Bova
2nd Jonathan Simpson
3rd Ben Duncan
4th Ross Millar

Junior (six competed)
March
1st Ciaren Ross
2nd Connor Jardine
3rd John Dew
4th Harris MacLennan

Strathspey & Reel
1st John Dew
2nd Ciaren Ross
3rd Connor Jardine
4th Ewan Cameron

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