Wilson on top down under at New Zealand Solo Championship

Published: January 26, 2014
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Turakina, New Zealand – January 25, 2014 – Greg Wilson was named 2014 New Zealand Champion by winning the Piobaireachd and the March in the A-Grade solo piping at the Turakina Highland Games. Conditions were hot and dry all day.
A-Grade
Piobaireachd
1st Greg Wilson, “ment for the Children”
2nd Brendon Eade
3rd George Mason
4th Liam Kernaghan
Judges: Bain MacGregor, Iain Hines
March
1st Greg Wilson
2nd Stuart Easton
3rd Martin Frewen
4th Jamie Hawke
Judge: Brian Switalla
Strathspey & Reel
1st Martin Frewen
2nd William Rowe
3rd Greg Wilson
4th Liam Kernaghan
Judge: John Hanning
Hornpipe & Jig
1st Liam Kernaghan
2nd Brendon Eade
3rd Stuart Easton
4th William Rowe
Judge: Stewart McKenzie

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