Inverness Gathering goes to McCalister

Published: July 20, 2014
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Peter McCalister

Inverness, Scotland – July 19, 2014 – Peter McAlister was the overall winner at the Inverness Piping Society’s solo piping events at the Inverness Highland Gathering in warm temperatures but mixed with very heavy showers in the afternoon. Twelve competed in the Senior MSR and 11 in the piobaireachd.

Piobaireachd
1st Peter McCalister
2nd Decker Forrest
3rd Jenny Hazzard
4th Stephen Spencer
5th Neil Clark
Judges: James Jackson, Iain MacFadyen

MSR
1st Colin Campbell
2nd Euan MacCrimmon
3rd James MacPhee
4th Duncan Beattie
5th Decker Forrest
Judges: Rona Lightfoot, Andy Venters

Hornpipe & Jig
1st Euan MacCrimmon
2nd James MacPhee
3rd Decker Forrest
4th Neil Clark
5th Jenny Hazzard
Judges: Rona Lightfoot, Andy Venters

Junior
Piobaireachd
1st Cameron MacDougall
2nd Brighde Campbell
3rd Angus MacPhee

MSR
1st Brighde Campbell
2nd Cameron MacDougall
3rd Angus MacPhee
4th Ruben Green
5th Thomas MacLean

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