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Published: October 29, 2017
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Toronto – October 28, 2017 – The first rounds of the Pipers & Pipe Band Society of Ontario’s Toronto Branch Knockout Competitions were held at Moss Park Armoury. The events aggregate scores towards a final round in early 2018. The second rounds will be held on December 2nd, preceded by a workshop by Matt MacIsaac in the morning.

Glenn Walpole, Dylan Whittemore and Tyler Bridge at the first round of the PPBSO Toronto Branch Knockout.

Solo Piping
Professional 6/8 March
(five competed)
1st Dylan Whittemore
2nd Tyler Bridge
3rd Glenn Walpole
Judge: Michael Grey

Amateur pipers at the PPBSO Toronto Branch Knockout.

Amateur B Division 2/4 March (15 competed)
1st Henry Michael Paluch
2nd Kathleen Lasseter
3rd Roy Huang
4th James Dennison
5th Caleb John MacPherson
6th Ryan Henderson
Judge: Michael Grey

Solo Snare Drumming
A Division MSR
(three competed)
1st Madelyn Neil
2nd James Kirkwood
3rd Tom Litherland
Judge: Dan Bist

B Division 2/4 March (four competed)
1st Aprille Holmes
2nd Liam McGlashon
3rd James Berry
4th Drew Crix
Judge: Dan Bist

Do you have competitions results? Feel free to send them in, using the format above along with a pic or two, to share with the piping and drumming world.

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Make every piece of finger technique in exactly the same way. Concentrate on applying the same strategy to golf, because if you swing the club the same way every time you will be a much better golfer. Fourteen clubs; one swing. It’s the same thing.
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