MARKINCH HIGHLAND GAMES

June 5, 2010
John Dixon Park, Markinch., United Kingdom

Events: Programme starting at 12.30pm. Track and Field Events, Cycling, Heavyweight Events, Junior & Senior Solo Piping Starting at 10.00am Highland Dancing Commencing at 12.30pm, Pipe Band Competition Grades 1,11,111,1V & N/J, Adult and Junior Drum Major Contest, Fun Fair. Contact: Cameron Wallace, Tel: 0141 942 5177. Dancing Convener: Ms N. Hemingway, Tel: 0141 942 2990. Handicapper: A Crawford. Tel: 01592 753439.

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Markinch Highland Games

June 5, 2004
Markinch, Scotland, United Kingdom

Starts 11.00 a.m. for Seniors and Juniors. Piob and LM entries on the field. Entries by Pipers Gate. Secretary: Isobel Westwater, 22 Parkview, Markinch. Tel: 01592751667.

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Markinch Highland Games

June 1, 2001
Markinch, Fife, Scotland, United Kingdom

Draw 11.30am. Start 12 noon. Senior and Junior events (under 16). Piobaireachd and Light Music. Entries on field. Mr. R. Dick, 9 Clement Court, Auchtermuchty, KY14 7LB.

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