July 31, 2001

Shotts Wins Scottish Championship

Dunbarton, Scotland – July 28, 2001 – Shotts & Dykehead Caledonia won the Scottish Championship here today, the band’s second major championshiop win of the season. In Grade 2, Ravara of Northern Ireland won again, pointing the way to one of the most successful seasons ever by a Grade 2 band. Weather was uncharacteristically hot and humid.

Grade 1 (MSR)
1st Shotts & Dykehead
2nd Boghall & Bathgate
3rd Field Marshal Montgomery
4th ScottishPower
5th Strathclyde Police
6th Dysart & Dundonald
Drumming: Shotts

Grade 2
1st Ravara
2nd Ballycoan
3rd Dumfries & Galloway Constabulary
4th City of Glasgow
5th Boghall & Bathgate
6th Bleary & district
Drumming: Ravara

Grade 3A
1st Tullylagan
2nd Howard Memorial
3th Annan Ex-Service Club
4th Milngavie
5th MacLean Annan
6th MacDonald Caledonia(Canada)
Drumming: MacLean Annan

Grade 3B
1st Inverkeithing & District
2nd Lyon Collebe (USA)
3rd Troon Blackrock
4th Inverclyde
5th Newtongrange
Drumming: Inverkeithing

1st Lochgelly High School
2nd Dumbarton & district
3rd Burntisland
4th MacNaughton’s Vale of Atholl
5th George Watson’s College
6th Boghall & Bathgate
Drumming: Lochgelly

Grade 4A
1st Lomond & Clyde
2nd City of Brechin
3rd Bo’ness RBL
4th Kilmarnock
5th Penicuik
6th Milngavie
Drumming: Bo’ness

Grade 4B
1st Arbroath RBL
2nd Kinglassie
3rd Tweedvale
4th Kilsyth Thistle
5th Newmains
6th 71st Engineer Regiment
Drumming: Kinglassie

Novice Juvenile
1st Paisley
2nd Craigmount High School
3rd 1st Troon BB
4th 47th Culter BB
5th Lochgelly
6th Seafield & District
Drumming: Craigmount


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