Hanover Indoor attracts 22 bands, 65 soloists
Hanover, Ontario – April 28, 2007 – The 13th annual Hanover Indoor Competition attracted a record entry, with the Penetangore Pipe Band taking top honours. Prizes were donated by L&M Highland Outfitters, Ben Bhraggie House, Burnett’s & Struth, R.J. Kinnaird Bagpipes, Scot Blair Ltd., John Walsh Bagpipes and The Town of Hanover. The event is not a PPBSO sanctioned competition.
1st Penetangore, 2nd Strathnaver
Grade 4: 1st Georgetown, 2nd Brighton, 3rd Penetangore
Grade 5: 1st Georgetown, 2nd Penetangore, 3rd Fergus
Street Bands: 1st Kempenfelt, 2nd Teeswater, 3rd Owen Sound
Grade 1 & 2: 1st Rob Dickie, 2nd Josh Lamont, 3rd Myke Hall
Grade 3: 1st Brendan Culver, 2nd Graham Hand, 3rd Ben Reid
Grade 4: 1st Cameron Perry, 2nd Fraser Flemming, 3rd Alec Rogers
Grade 5: 1st Keith Morrison, 2nd Kaitlin Billing, 3rd Tyler Travis
Practice Chanter: 1st Emilee Bennett, 2nd Bradley Sinopoli, 3rd Ashley Kirby
Solo Snare Drumming
Grade 4: 1st Cindy Kimove, 2nd Jordan Culver, 3rd Brett Fearnley
Drum Pad: 1st David Cox, 2nd Don Foley, 3rd Reilly MacBeth
Judges were James MacHattie and Reay Mackay, piping, and Graham Brown, drumming.
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