B- and C-Grade players line up for Duncan Johnstone Memorial

Published: March 31, 2012
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Glasgow – March 17, 2012 – Darach Urquhart, Sarah Muir, Steven Leask and Callum Moffat gained the firsts at the annual Duncan Johnstone Memorial Amateur competitions at the National Piping Centre in Glasgow, an event put on by the Competing Pipers Association especially for players grade B and C.

Piobaireachd
B-Grade
1st Darach Urquhart
2nd Graham Drummond
3rd David Shedden
4th Sarah Muir
5th George Stewart

C-Grade
1st Steven Leask
2nd James Gore
3rd Connor Sinclair
4th Emmet Conway
5th Neil Clark

Light Music
B-Grade MSR
1st Sarah Muir
2nd Steven Leask
3rd Greg Wilson
4th Jonathan Graham
5th Craig Sutherland

C-Grade MSR
1st Callum Moffat
2nd Steven Gray
3rd Matt Wilson
4th Richard McGrath
5th Glenn Ross

B- and C-Grade Jig
1st Darach Urquhart
2nd Jonathan Graham
3rd Craig Sutherland
4th Bradley Parker
5th Callum Moffat

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