Published: May 31, 2010

McInnes and Lyons enjoy R.U. Brown success in Adelaide

Adelaide, Australia – May 1, 2010 – The annual solo piping competitions organized by the R.U. Brown Society of South Australia saw a full slate of events, and in the end Alistair McInnes took home the gold medal for piobaireachd and Ian Lyons captured the top prize for the Open MSR. The competitions were held in great weather at the Scotch College in Adelaide.

Piobaireachd
Gold Medal
1st Alisdair McInnes
2nd Brett Tidswell
3rd Ian Lyons
4th Ross Campbell
5th Jamie Hawke

Judges: Bob Worrall, Ian Bruce

Silver Medal
1st Cameron Ely
2nd Luke Albrecht
3rd Murry Huggins
4th Kaz Takehara
5th Kyle Moir

Judge: William Robertson

Bronze Medal
1st Caitlan McInnes
2nd Kirby Douglas
3rd Allan Easton
4th Cameron Ely
5th Liam Brown

Judge: Roy Gunn

Open MSR
1st Ian Lyons
2nd Marion Horsburgh
3rd Alisdair McInnes
4th Andrew Roach
5th Andrew Fuller

Judges: Malcolm McRae, Scott Nicolson

Open Jig & Hornpipe
1st Alistair McInnes
2nd Ian Lyons
3rd Andrew Fuller
4th Mathew Supronowicz
5th Brett Tidswell

Judges: Denis Browning, Dave Patterson

1 COMMENT

  1. This was a truly deserving win by Alastair McInnes a true piping gentleman. Alastair also gave a great recital the night before and his daughter won the bronze medal! Ian Lyons won the MSR, but was also placed in the HJ and a third in the Gold Medal. A great effort! Another brilliant year, I thouroughly enjoyed every minute of it.

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