Transvaal edges African Skye at De La Salle

Published: May 26, 2013
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Johannesburg – May 25, 2013 – At the De La Salle Highland Gathering in Victory Park, Johannesburg, Transvaal Scottish once again won the overall Grade 2 title, narrowly escaping the clutches of the African Skye who won the MSR. In Grade 3, the dominating Sandton Scottish also retained its unbeaten streak but was under pressure from Glen Allen Pipes and Drums who also won the MSR.

Grade 2


1st African Skye (2,1,3,1)

2nd Transvaal Scottish (1,4,1,2)

3rd Benoni MacTalla (3,3,2,3)

4th MacChamberlain Richmond Avenue (4,2,4,4)


1st Transvaal Scottish (1,2,1,1)

2nd Benoni MacTalla (2,3,2,2)

3rd African Skye (3,4,3,3)

4th MacChamberlain Richmond Avenue (4,1,4,4)

Grade 3

1st Sandton Scottish

2nd African Skye (Gr3)

3rd Glen Allen

Grade 4

1st Pretoria Highlanders

2nd Transvaal Scottish (Gr4)

3rd Lyttelton Manor

4th Benoni (Gr4)


1st Benoni Juvenile

2nd St Benedict’s Juvenile

3rd Jeppe CBC Boksburg

4th Pretoria Boys Juvenile

Novice Juvenile

1st Pretoria Boys Novice Juvenile

2nd Benoni Novice Juvenile

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