Published: July 31, 2001

Beautiful Day At Barrie

Barrie, Ontario – July 28, 2001 – Beautiful sunny weather shone on the Barrie Highland Games, about an hour north of Toronto, with a crystalline sky and a cool breeze.

Results from the Professional solo piping had the first prizes going to four players.

The Grade 1 band entry was again low, with the 78th Fraser Highlanders opting instead to perform a concert in Uxbridge, Ontario.

Bands
Grade 1 (MSR)
1st Toronto Police, 2nd Celtic Flair

Grade 2 (Medley)
1st Niagara Regional Police
2nd Windsor Police
3rd Rob Roy

Grade 3 (MSR)
1st Hamilton Police
2nd Toronto Police
3rd Durham Regional Police

Grade 4
1st 8th Wing
2nd Lakeridge
3rd Bowmanville Legion

Solo Piping
Piobaireachd
1st James McHattie, Toronto, “Glengarry’s March”
2nd Andrew Berthoff, Toronto, “The Stewarts’ White Banner”
3rd Andrew Hayes, Ottawa, “The MacKays’ Banner”
4th Martyn Brown, London, Ont.
5th Ian MacDonald, Whitby, Ont.
6th Michael Grey, Dundas, Ont.

March
1st Ian MacDonald
2nd Michael Grey
3rd Rob Crabtree, Toronto
4th James McHattie
5th Andrew Hayes
6th Martyn Brown

Strathspey & Reel
1st Rob Crabtree
2nd Michael Grey
3rd Ian MacDonald
4th Andrew Berthoff
5th James McHattie
6th Barry Ewen, Windsor, Ont.

Jig
1st Michael Grey
2nd James McHattie
3rd Ian MacDonald
4th Andrew Hayes
5th Rob Crabtree
6th Andrew Berthoff

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