Published: May 29, 2016

Toronto Police red hot at Kingston

Kingston, Ontario – May 28, 2016 – It was a rare early summer swelter at the annual Kingston Scottish Festival, with a sunny and humid day and temperatures hitting 31 degrees. The Toronto Police took both Grade 1 band events against the Ottawa Police, while Tyler Harris was the winner of the Professional solo piping, and Iain Bell won the Professional solo snare drumming. Ontario’s other Grade 1 bands, the 78th Fraser Highlanders and the Peel Regional Police, opted to compete over the weekend in Alma, Michigan.

Grade 1 (two competed)
Medley
1st Toronto Police (1,1,1,2)
2nd Ottawa Police (2,2,2,1)
Judges: Michael Grey, Glenna Mackay-Johnstone (piping); Bob Worrall (ensemble); Alan Savage (drumming)

MSR
1st Toronto Police (1,1,1,1)
2nd Ottawa Police (2,2,2,2)
Judges: Glenna Mackay-Johnstone, Bob Worrall (piping; Michael Grey (ensemble); Alan Savage (drumming)

Grade 3 (Medley, two competed)
1st Rob Roy (1,1,1,1)
2nd Glengarry (2,2,2,2)
Judges: Michael Grey, Glenna Mackay-Johnstone (piping); Bob Worrall (ensemble); Alan Savage (drumming)

Grade 4 (Medley, two competed)
1st Arnprior MacNab (1,1,1,1)
2nd Barrie (2,2,2,2)
Judges: Bob Worrall, Glenna Mackay-Johnstone (piping); Michael Grey (ensemble); Alan Savage (drumming)

Grade 5 (March Medley, five competed)
1st Lindsay (1,1,1,1)
2nd Glengarry (Gr5) (2,3,2,4)
3rd Sons of Scotland (3,2,3,3)
4th Rob Roy (Gr5) (5,5,5,2)
5th Smiths Falls Gordon (4,4,4,5)
Judges: Bob Worrall, Michael Grey (piping); Glenna Mackay-Johnstone (ensemble); Alan Savage (drumming)

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