Brown wins record sixth Agnew-Harrison Drumming

Published: March 31, 2012
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Hamilton, Ontario – March 24, 2012 – Graham Brown of Milton, Ontario, won his sixth Agnew-Harrison Invitational Drumming Championship in the snare category, an event put on annually by the Niagara-Hamilton Branch of the Pipers & Pipe Band Society of Ontario.

Snare Drumming
1st Graham Brown
2nd Zack Miller
3rd Cameron Bolley

Judge: Larry Willis

Tenor Drumming
1st Ryan Robertson
2nd Jeremy Evans
3rd Devon Mackay

Judge: Emily McLeod

Bass Drumming
1st Kyle Gorman
2nd Cameron Trotter

Judge: Emily McLeod

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