Published: June 30, 2005

SLOT on top at Cookstown

Cookstown, Northern Ireland – June 11, 2005 – The St. Laurence O’Toole Pipe Band of Dublin held strong against two other Grade 1 bands at Cookstown on the Northern Ireland circuit, with World Champions Field-Marshal Montgomery giving the event a miss.

Grade 1
1st St Laurence O’Toole
2nd Ballinderry Bridge
3rd Ballycoan
Best pipe section: SLOT
Best drum section: SLOT
Best bass section: SLOT

Grade 2
1st Ravara
2nd Eden
3rd Cullybackey
4: Finvoy
Best pipe section: Eden
Best drum section: Ravara
Best bass section: Cullybackey

Grade 3A
1st Seven Towers
2nd Marlacoo
3rd Tamlaght O’Crilly
4th Banbridge
Best pipe section: Seven Towers
Best drum section: Marlacoo
Best bass section: Marlacoo

Grade 3B
1st Annsborough
2nd Battlehill
Best pipe section: Annsborough
Best drum section: Battlehill
Best bass section: Annsborough

Grade 4A
1st Castlerock
2nd Aughintober
3rd Gransha
4th Syeral & District
Best pipe section: Castlerock
Best drum section: Castlerock
Best bass section: Castlerock

Grade 4B
1st Raffrey (also best drums)
2nd Drumlough (also best pipes)
3rd Thomas Davis Mem
4th Cleland Mem
Best pipe section: Drumlough
Best drum section: Raffrey
Best bass section: Moneygore

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