Published: June 30, 2010

Audio: Bonar, SFU, Nichols gain success at Bellingham

Bellingham, Washington – July 5, 2010 – Andrew Bonar continued his solo success with a win of the 11-contestant Professional Solo Piping Piobaireachd event at the Bellingham Highland Games, at which Will Nichols of Blaine, Washington, won the MSR. Simon Fraser University topped Dowco-Triumph Street in the two-band Grade 1 event.

Bands
Grade 1 (two competed)
1st Simon Fraser University (click here to listen to SFU’s medley from the event)
2nd Dowco-Triumph Street

Grade 2 (two competed)
1st New Westminster Police
2nd Portland Metro

Grade 3
1st Robert Malcolm Memorial
2nd Greighlan Crossing
3rd Washington Scottish

Grade 4
1st Northwest Junior
2nd White Spot
3rd Keith Highlanders

Grade 5
1st Fraser Valley Youth
2nd White Spot

Professional Solo Piping (eleven competed)
Piobaireachd
1st Andrew Bonar, Vancouver
2nd Jack Lee, Surrey, British Columbia
3rd Alastair Lee, Vancouver
4th Will Nichols
5th James P. Troy, Victoria, British Columbia
6th John Lee, Surrey, British Columbia

Judge: Hal Senyk

MSR
1st Will Nichols
2nd James P. Troy
3rd Andrew Bonar
4th Jack Lee
5th Colin Lee
6th Gordon Conn, Calgary

Judge: James MacHattie

Professional Solo Snare Drumming (two competed)
MSR
1st Kyle Wallis
2nd David Bowman

Hornpipe & Jig
1st David Bowman
2nd Kyle Wallis

Professional Tenor Drumming (two competed)
MSR
1st Brittany Angeltvedt

Hornpipe & Jig
1st Brittany Angeltvedt

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