Mackay, Bellia, McKail win at Agnew-Harrison Drumming Memorial

Published: March 24, 2013
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Hamilton, Ontario – March 23, 2013 – Mitch Mackay, Matt Bellia and Cameron McKail were the winners at the annual Agnew-Harrison Memorial Solo Drumming competition, an event put together by the Niagara-Hamilton Branch of the Pipers & Pipe Band Society of Ontario.

Snare Drumming
Professional
1st Mitch Mackay
2nd Zack Miller
3rd Harvey Dawson

Grade 1
1st Cameron McKail
2nd Kyle Wardell
3rd Matt Hall

Tenor Drumming
Professional
1st Matt Bellia
2nd Ryan Robertson
3rd Jeremy Evans

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