Kernaghan sweeps Northcote Invitational

Published: December 30, 2017
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Northcote Invitational champion Liam Kernaghan (right) with Blair Hodson, who also played in the event.

Auckland, New Zealand – December 30, 2017 – Liam Kernaghan of Wellington, New Zealand, was in top form at the annual Northcote Invitational Solo Piping Competition, winning both the double March, Strathspey & Reel and the own-choice Medley. Stuart Easton, last year’s overall winner, judged both events. Prizes in each event were NZ$300, $200, $100, and $50 in each event, and another $500 for the overall winner. The sponsorship is from a combination of individual and local businesses contributions, with Wellington Bagpipe Supplies and the Auckland & District Pipe Band contributing.

1st Liam Kernaghan, “Leaving Lunga,” “Dr. E.G. McKinnon,” “Shepherd’s Crook,” “Catlodge,” “Alex Cameron, Champion Piper,” “Alick C. MacGregor”
2nd Stewart McKenzie
3rd Iain Robertson
4th Lewis Macdonald

1st Liam Kernaghan
2nd Stewart McKenzie
3rd Iain Robertson
4th Ben McLaughlin

Iain Robertson competing in the Northcote Invitational on a warm day in Auckland.

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