Published: June 30, 2012

Graham perfect at 698th anniversary Ceres Games

Ceres, Scotland – June 30, 2012 – The Ceres Highland Games, which contends it is the oldest in the world after being granted a charter by Robert the Bruce in 1314, enjoyed every season in a single day, from sunny and warm to blustery with cold rain showers. Jonathan Graham won everything against a field of six other contestants.

Piobaireachd
1st Jonathan Graham, Glasgow, “Lament for Donald of Laggan”
2nd Robert Gray, Edinburgh, “Lament for Kinlochmoidart”
3rd Donald MacLeod, Edinburgh, “The Blind Piper’s Obstinacy”
4th Greig Wilson, Fife, “The MacGregors’ Salute”

March
1st Jonathan Graham, “Tom Wilson”
2nd Grieg Wilson, “John MacDonald of Glencoe”
3rd Craig Martin, Glasgow, “Duncan MacColl”
4th Donald MacLeod, “Capt. Campbell of Drumavoisk”

Strathspey & Reel  
1st Jonathan Graham, “Piper’s Bonnet,” “Alick Cameron, Champion Piper”
2nd Donald MacLeod, “Maggie Cameron,” “Rejected Suitor”
3rd Craig Martin, “Sandy MacPherson,” “Dr. MacPhail’s Reel”
4th Greig Wilson, “Cameronian Rant,” “John Morrison, Assynt House”

Also competing but not in the prizes were Mark MacKenzie, Australia, and Robert Gibb, Dumfries, Scotland.

Colin MacLellan judged all the events.

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