Miller, Rowe, Bellia win at Agnew-Harrison

Published: March 23, 2014
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PPBSOlogoHamilton, Ontario – March 8, 2014 – Zack Miller, Johnny Rowe and Matt Bellia were the winners of the snare, bass and tenor events, respectively at the Agnew-Harrison Drumming Championship, held at the Officers’ Mess at the John Weir Foote Armouries. It was the 27th time that the event was held. The contest is organized by the Niagara-Hamilton Branch of the PPBSO.

Snare (six competed)
1st Zack Miller
2nd Cameron Bolley
3rd Mitch Mackay
Judge: Hugh Cameron

Bass (two competed)
1st Johnny Rowe
2nd Arnaud Jean-Louis
Judge: Andrew Elliott

Tenor (two competed)
1st Matt Bellia
2nd Ryan Robertson
Judge: Andrew Elliott

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