Published: October 07, 2013

McLachlan wins Falkirk Tryst

Falkirk, Scotland, October 5, 2013 – Harry McLachlan of Aberfeldy, Scotland, took both the Piobaireachd and MSR events in the annual Falkirk Tryst, a contest reserved for junior pipers. As the winner, McLachlan continued the tradition of marching three times around the tombs of the “Three Immortal Heroes,” which includes that of Sir William Wallace’s best friend and right hand man at the Battle of Falkirk in 1298. The 10 contestants then marched from Falkirk Parish Church up Falkirk’s High Street, ending with the traditional “playing of jigs” at the steeple. Stuart Cassell was the judge.

Falkirk Tryst
1st Harry McLachlan
2nd Brìghde Chaimbeul, Kyle of Lochalsh, Scotland
3rd Rebecca Tierney, Strathaven, Scotland
4th James Miller, Falkirk, Scotland

MacMurchie MSR
1st Harry McLachlan
2nd Brìghde Chaimbeul
3rd Sandy Cameron, Roy Bridge, Scotland
4th Rebecca Tierney

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