George Stewart enjoys fine day at Ceres Games

Published: June 30, 2011
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Ceres, Scotland – June 25, 2011 – While many were at the British Pipe Band Championships at Annan, Scotland, some stalwart solo pipers attended the 699th annual Ceres Games in Fife. George Stewart had the most success on the day with two firsts and a third in the adult events.

Piobaireachd
1st George Stewart
2nd Jonathan Graham
3rd Greig Canning
4th Greig Wilson

March
1st Jonathan Graham
2nd Greig Canning
3rd George Stewart
4th Greig Wilson

Strathspey & Reel
1st George Stewart
2nd Greig Canning
3rd Jonathan Graham
4th Gordon Rowan

All events were judged by Robert Barnes.

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