Published: April 30, 2006

Toronto Indoor resurrected on Easter weekend

Toronto – April 15, 2006 – The once popular Toronto Indoor Games were successfully restarted after an 11-year absence with a strong entry at its new venue at Denison Armoury in north Toronto. In the solo piping, James MacHattie of Toronto had the overall best day, and the Toronto Police Pipe Band captured all three prizes in the Grade 1 quartette event.

Quartettes
Grade 1

1st Toronto Police #3
2nd Toronto Police #2
3rd Toronto Police #1

Grade 3
1st Rob Roy
2nd Durham Regional Police
3rd Windsor Police

Grade 4
1st Craigellachie
2nd Paris/Port Dover #1
3rd Paris/Port Dover #2

Grade 5
1st Rob Roy
2nd Windsor Police
3rd Guelph

Judges for all quartette events: Ken Eller and Peter Sinclair.

Solo Piping

Professional

Piobaireachd
1st Peter Aumonier, “Isabel MacKay”
2nd James MacHattie
3rd Sean McKeown
Judge: Ed Neigh

March
1st Sean McKeown
2nd James MacHattie
3rd Drew Duncan
Judge: Ed Neigh

Strathspey & Reel
1st Sean McKeown
2nd James MacHattie
3rd Peter Aumonier
Judge: Andrew Berthoff

Jig
1st James MacHattie
2nd Sean McKeown
3rd Peter Aumonier
Judge: Ken Eller

Senior Amateur Piobaireachd
1st Erika Kelly
2nd Daniel Carr
3rd Malcolm Cox
Judge: Andrew Berthoff

Grade 1
March

1st Robbie Beaton
2nd Kylie MacHattie
3rd Daniel Carr
Judge: Andrew Berthoff

Strathspey & Reel
1st Kylie MacHattie
2nd Daniel Carr
3rd Robbie Beaton
Judge: Ken Eller

Jig
1st Kylie MacHattie
2nd Adam Baines
3rd Robbie Beaton
Judge: Peter Sinclair

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