Published: June 30, 2002

78th Frasers Win Fort Erie

Fort Erie, Ontario – June 15, 2002 – The annual Loch Sloy Highland Games were held here today under at times stormy, at times sunny skies. The event was moved to a larger, but much less picturesque, facility after it outgrew its previous location on the banks of Lake Erie at Old Fort Erie.

The 78th Fraser Highlanders won the Grade 1 contest after a tie for first with the Toronto Police was broken by the ensemble mark. The Windsor Police Pipe Band won Grade 2.

Michael Grey, Dundas, Ontario, took his second straight Piper of the Day award, with a solid showing in the Professional Solo Piping. There were 19 competitors in the category.

Bands
Grade 1 (MSR)
1st 78th Fraser Highlanders (ens pref)
2nd Toronto Police
3rd Peel Regional Police
4th City of Washington

Grade 2 (Medley)
1st Windsor Police
2nd Niagara Police
3rd North Coast
4th Celtic Flair
5th Hamilton Police

Grade 3
1st Dofasco
2nd Toronto Police
3rd Durham Regional Police

Grade 4
1st 8 Wing Trenton
2nd Braemar
3rd Windsor Police

Grade 5
1st St. Thomas
2nd Frontier
3rd Lakeridge

Professional Piping
Piobaireachd
1st Andrew Berthoff, Toronto, “The Rout of Glenfruin”
2nd Michael Grey
3rd Martyn Brown, London, Ontario
4th Colin Clansey, Ottawa
5th Andrew Hayes, Nepean, Ontario
Judge: Willie Connell

March
1st Michael Grey
2nd Andrew Douglas, New York
3rd Andrew Berthoff
4th Andrew Hayes
5th Adrain Melvin, Cleveland
Judge: Noel Slagle

Strathspey & Reel
1st Michael Grey
2nd Adrian Melvin
3rd Robert Crabtree, Toronto
4th Andrew Berthoff
5th Andrew Hayes
Judge: Ken Eller

Jig
1st Colin Clansey
2nd Adrian Melvin
3rd Michael Grey
4th James McHattie, Toronto
5th Andrew Douglas
Judge: John Walsh

The competition is the first Champion Supreme contest of the Pipers & Pipe Band Society of Ontario’s outdoor season. 44 bands were entered.

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