Published: August 31, 2002

Sun Beats Down on Fergus

Fergus, Ontario – August 10, 2002 – While many of North America’s pipers and drummers were at the World Pipe Band Championships, the venerable Fergus Highland Games, one of Ontario’s oldest and most well attended events, went on an hour northwest of Toronto.

Weather was stunning, with a cloudless sky and temperatures around 28 degrees. Prizes in the professional solo piping were divided between four or five players.

Bands
Grade 2 (MSR): 1st Hamilton Police, 2nd Rob Roy, 3rd 400 Squadron
Grade 3 (Medley): 1st Dofasco, 2nd Toronto Police, 3rd Lakeridge
Grade 4 (March Medley): 1st Guelph, 2nd Halton Regional Police, 3rd Bowmanville Legion

Professional Solo Piping
Piobaireachd
1st Andrew Hayes, Nepean, Ont.
2nd Robert Crabtree, Toronto
3rd Michael Grey, Dundas, Ont.
4th Andrew Berthoff, Toronto
Judge: Geoff Neigh

March
1st Robert Crabtree
2nd Michael Grey
3rd Andrew Berthoff
4th Andrew Hayes
Judge: Ron Rollo

Strathspey & Reel
1st Andrew Hayes
2nd Andrew Berthoff
3rd Michael Grey
4th Martyn Brown
Judge: Ron Rollo

Jig
1st Michael Grey
2nd Andrew Hayes
3rd Martyn Brown
4th Robert Crabtree
Judge: Tom Anderson

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