Andrea Boyd wins overall at Cowal

Published: August 26, 2017
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Andrea Boyd

Dunoon, Scotland – August 25, 2017 – Andrea Boyd of Ottawa took the overall trophy in the senior solo piping at the Cowal Gathering against a strong field. She was tied in points with Nick Hudson of Houston, but got the nod on piobaireachd preference.

1st Stuart Easton, New Zealand
2nd Andrea Boyd
3rd Derek Midgley, New Jersey
4th Nick Hudson
5th Jori Chisholm, Seattle
Judges: Alan Forbes, Andrew Wright

1st Darach Urquhart, Glasgow
2nd Alistair Lee, Surrey, British Columbia
3rd Ben Duncan, Edinburgh
4th Jori Chisholm
5th Nick Hudson
Judges: Barry Donaldson, Willie Morrison

Strathspey & Reel
1st Andrew Lee, Surrey British Columbia
2nd Nick Hudson
3rd Andrea Boyd
4th Ben Duncan
5th Derek Midgley
Judges: Walter Cowan, Ian McLellan


1st William Rowe
2nd Sarah Muir
3rd Ashley McMichael
4th Ben Duncan
5th Craig Martin
Judges: Malcolm McRae, Bob Worrall

1st Craig Martin
2nd Ross Miller
3rd Callum Moffat, Lockerbie, Scotland
4th Caitlin MacDonald
5th Daniel McDermott

Strathspey & Reel
1st Callum Moffat
2nd Daniel McDermott
3rd William Rowe, New Zealand
4th Caitlin MacDonald
5th Bobby Durning, Massachusetts

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