Mallaig & Morar: more Mulhearn

Published: August 7, 2013
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Morar, Scotland – August 4, 2013 - Although he didn’t win an event, John Mulhearn enjoyed the most consistency overall at the annual Mallaig & Morar Highland Games, this year held down the road at Morar. Organizers added a fifth in each event with the larger-than-usual entry of 14, and the prizes were well spread around. Weather was breezy and mainly warm with a few spots of rain

Piobaireachd
1st Peter McCalister
2st John Mulhearn
3rd Robert Gibb
4th Matt Panteleoni
5th John-Angus Smith
Judge: Archie MacLean

March
1st John-Angus Smith
2nd John Mulhearn
3th Colin Campbell
4th Liam Kernahan
5th Matt Panteleoni

Strathspey & Reel
1st Colin Campbell
2nd John Mulhearn
3rd Anna Kummerlow
4th Caitlan MacDonald
5th Robert Gibb

Hornpipe & Jig
1st Matt Panteleoni
2nd John-Angus Smith
3rd John Mulhearn
4th Calum MacColl
5th Liam Kernahan

Iain MacFadyen judged all light music events.

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