November 30, 2000

Brown Wins Sherriff Amateur Invitational

Hamilton, Ontario – November 19, 2000 – The fifth annual George Sherriff Amateur Invitational Piping Competition was held in the steel city of Hamilton, Ontario, with a crowd of 16 players from across North America competing in what is considered the pinnacle for non-professional pipers.

Glenn Brown of Milton, Ontario, at the end of the day was the overall champion. John Wilson of Glasgow, Scotland, was the senior judge at the event, joined at the bench by Michael Grey and John Cairns of Ontario.

Competing were Alison Dunsire, Washington; Janny Wurts, Florida; Erin McCarthy, New York; Andrew Douglas, New York; Andrew Hayes, New York; Matthew Malloch, Massachusetts; Andrea Boyd, Nova Scotia; Gord McLeod, Manitoba; Graham Schmidt, Saskatchewan; Lynda Mackay, Prince Edward Island; Blair Cooper, Saskatchewan; Glenn Brown, Ontario; Doug MacRae, Ontario; Jodie Smith, Ontario; Steven Jenkins, Ontario; and Lionel Tupman, Ontario.

1st Erin McCarthy
2nd Lynda Mackay
3rd Glenn Brown
4th Alison Dunsire
5th Lionel Tupman

1st Alison Dunsire
2nd Lynda Mackay
3rd Andrew Douglas
4th Glenn Brown
5th Andrea Boyd

6/8 March
1st Andrew Douglas
2nd Glenn Brown
3rd Andrea Boyd
4th Graham Schmidt
5th Erin McCarthy


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