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General CLASP questions
Q. Does The CLASP have a website?
A. Yes. The CLASP website is www.theclasp.co.uk

Q. What is CLASP
A. CLASP is a Competition League for Amateur Solo Pipers aged 18 years and above. CLASP is open to adult amateur pipers worldwide and offers both in-person and online competitions for its members.

Q. How do I start competing in CLASP?
A. The first thing you have to do is become a CLASP member via the CLASP website – ‘Join Now’ button on the home page. Once you become a member you will need to get a grading. Here is a link to information on the grading process. Once you have been graded you can ‘log in’ via the members area of the website and enter any competition that are on offer.

Q. Can I join CLASP at any time of the year?
A. Yes!

Q. How much is CLASP Membership
A. Membership is £40 for a full year, but reduces throughout a calendar year depending on when you join:
December 1st - 31st March - £40
1st April - 30th June -£30
1st July - 30th Sept - £20
1st OCT -31st Dec - £10

Q. How many CLASP leagues are there?
A. The CLASP is offering two leagues for 2022.
The CLASP League runs from August to July each year and includes both in-person and online competitions. League table points are allocated to members who place in the top 6 of a competition.
The CLASP ‘Online’ League runs from January to December for 2022 and includes 3 ‘live online’ competition dates. League table points are allocated to members who place in the top 6 of a ‘Live Online’ Competition
Each league winner receives a clasp!

Q. How much is a competition entry?
A. £7.50 per event

Q. What does a CLASP membership include?
A. Access to compete in two competition leagues- ‘Online League’ (includes 3 ‘Live online’ competitions) & ‘The CLASP League’ (Includes all in-person and Online events) You will also have access to a members only area on the CLASP website, from here you can enter upcoming competition, see past results and keep an eye on the league table. Access to attend ‘The CLASP in Conversation with….’ Talks, which are run bi-monthly exclusively for CLASP members only at a cost of £5 per talk.

Q. How do I know if I am an Amateur and eligible to compete in CLASP?
A. Please read the 8 rules in this link - https://theclasp.co.uk/rules-sanctioning/

General Grading Questions

Q.I have a grade from my North American Piping/Pipe Band Association, do I still need to audition for a CLASP grade?
A. You still need to become a CLASP and pay a membership fee but any pipers with a current grade in an American or Canadian organisation will usually be accepted. CLASP reserves the right to request a recording to ensure standards are aligned. If you require further help with this please email Margaret and Wilson email

Q. Will I be in the same grade for both Piobaireachd and light music?
A. When you submit your grading recording(s) you will be placed in the appropriate grade for each discipline. This decision is made only on the recordings submitted for grading and you may therefore be in a different grade for Piobaireachd and light music.

Q. I have a CLASP grade but haven’t competed in CLASP for two years, do I need to submit another grading recording?
A. If you have not competed in CLASP for two years or more you will be required to submit for a grade, follow the instructions on the grading page.

General Tune Requirement Questions
Q. Which competitions need set tunes for Piobaireachd?
A. When the competition details are posted on the website, they will clearly state if you are required to enter set tunes or your own choice. To read the competitions exempt from Set tunes please click on this link https://theclasp.co.uk/set-tunes/#requirements

Q. Where do I find the set tunes?
A. The current set tunes can be found here along with the requirements for each grade. Be sure and select your tunes from the current set tune list.

Q. How many tunes must I submit for light music?
A. The competition entry form will indicate how many tunes you are required to submit. Here is a link to tune requirements https://theclasp.co.uk/set-tunes/#requirements

General Competing Questions

Q. Do I have to compete in both the Light Music and Piobaireachd events?
A. No. You can opt to play in only the light music or you can opt to play in Piobaireachd only.

Q. Do I have to enter all light music categories or can I choose?
A. You can enter any number of light music events you choose.

Q. For Grade 1 Light Music, do I submit my MSR as a two sets or as individual tunes for the judge to select ?
A. In Grade 1, you will submit two Marches, two strathspeys and two reels. The judge will select the tunes to be played. The entry form will state clearly if this is to be judged as a March with separate Strathspey and reel or as a complete MSR.

Q. Will I get a crit sheet?
A. You will receive a crit sheet for all indoor and online competitions. Crit sheets are usually not issued at Highland Games, but some judges like to write sheets and these will be handed out after the competition.

Q. Do I have to wear a kilt for online competitions?
A. Yes. There is an acceptable dress standard which applies to both in-person and online competitions. This includes the wearing of a kilt/trews. Details can be found in the relevant section of the Rules

Q. I’ve never played Piobaireachd before, how do I get started?
A. The best way to get started is to find a teacher. Once you are feeling confident you can request a grade and compete. Our grade 4/5 is perfect for less experienced Piobaireachd players, as the tune requirements are less demanding than the higher grades. As with any other grading, you will be placed in the grade appropriate to your standard.

Q. What do I do on the day of an in-person competition?
A. Plan to arrive in good time (you will probably have seen the draw before the competition day) Check in with the steward who will let you know how things are progressing and at the appropriate time, will show you where you can tune up. When it’s your turn to play a steward will come for you and take you to the room where you will perform. You will meet the judge, tune your pipes and away you go. You will play your piobaireachd in one visit and your light music in a separate visit.

Q. What happens on the day of an online competition?
A. In an online “live” event, tune into the platform in good time. We usually use Zoom but we will advise you in advance. At the appointed time for your performance, be ready to play. Don’t worry about finding your way around the Zoom platform, our stewards can move you to where you need to be. Once you have played you can leave or remain in the room and watch other competitors. There will be further instructions for online events which will be issued as required in the days leading to an online competition.

Q. When will I get my results?
A. At an in-person competition we will hold a short awards ceremony at the end of the competition day. Prizes, crit sheets and overall medals will be issued at that time. For an online competition, the results are usually published 7-14 days via live video on The CLASP Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/TheCLASP and printed on Bagpipe News website. The date and time for the results can be found on The CLASP website (Event Info) and The CLASP Facebook page.

Q. I still have a question, who can I contact?
A. If we haven’t answered your question on the website of the FAQs please contact Margaret Dunn and Wilson Brown via email

 

Competitor Info-November 13th CLASP ‘Live Online’ Competition

Attached are links to the competitors tune selections and playing times for the upcoming CLASP 'Live online' Competition which will take place using a Zoom platform on 13th November 2021. This is a video submission competition of competitors live performance.

Attached are:

  1. Tune selections/Judges/ Competitor List. Grade 3 and Grade 4 have 'Own Choice' submissions and therefore I have just listed the competitors’ name here.
  2. Competitors' Playing Times (Times Listed are UK times and our time zone is Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).

Tune Selections & Judges-13th Nov. 2021

Competitors' Playing Times

Important information to remember for competitors - (PLEASE READ ALL)

  1. This is a 'live' VIDEO submission competition and competitors should use the Zoom meeting details as the platform to perform ‘live’ on 13thNovember 2021. All video links should be sent as You tube video links to clasp@thepipingcentre.co.uk by midnight on the 13th November 2021. Please make sure you set your video as Unlisted. The judge will be unable to open a video that is set to Private.
  2. I would suggest not to use Zoom as your means of video recording. My advice is to use a separate device such as a good quality Mobile Phone or whatever you have used in the past (that gives a clear recording quality). *Remember to place your phone on flight mode if you are using it as a video recording device.
  3. I would recommend using a separate device (to the one you plan to video record your performance with) for connecting with the Zoom performance platform. A laptop/computer/tablet or a separate mobile phone device for example. If you do get disconnected at any point after the steward has introduced you, just keep going with your performance and leave the video running. Do not stop the video until the end of your performance.
  4. Please be in your assigned breakout/performance room, ready to play at your allotted time slot. Keep an eye on the screen if you are blowing your pipes.
  5.  The Steward will ask you to turn on your video device at your allocated performance time and will announce you. The stewards’ announcement at the start of the video is what verifies the performance so it is really important that this is captured at the start of the Light Music performance and at the start of the Piobaireachd performance. Videos should not be edited.
  6. Please remember that ALL light music events are played in your assigned 20 minute performance time slot, but competitors can re-tune or stop between events. An Example of the order for light music... The steward will ask the competitor to Turn on their video recording device, The steward will announce you, and the competitor starts- tune if you need to, play your 2/4 March…… stop/re-tune/drink water but don't stop the video.... Play your Strathspey/Reel... Stop/re-tune/drink water/, but don’t stop the video….Play your Jig and then stop your video recording device.
  7. It is useful for the judges if you add your name and tunes in the You tube description box when uploading the video.
  8. . Give yourself enough time to upload your videos.

 

Results & Winners Performance Links from ‘The World Amateur Solo Piping Competition’@ Piping Live! 2021

Results from The World Solo Amateur Piping Competition @ Piping Live! 2021:

The overall winner for each grade receives a keepsake Silver Medal and a free place on one of The National Piping Centre Adult Seasonal Piping Gatherings: https://www.thepipingcentre.co.uk/learn/seasonal-schools/npc-gatherings

Overall Winner Grade 1 - Stuart Marshall
Overall Winner Grade 2 – Ben Hall
Overall Winner Grade 3 - Alasdair Beaton https://youtu.be/COBDnJmvF8w
Overall Winner Grade 4  - Riccardo Brunelli

Full Results:

Grade 1 Piobaireachd (Judge: John Wilson)
1. Stuart Marshall (Beloved Scotland) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QUYzgPWVuG8
2. Andrew Prioli
3. Bálint Kiss
4. Craig Turnbull
5. Eddie Boland
6. Brady Webb

Grade 2 Piobaireachd (Judge: Bob Worrall)
1. Colin MacKenzie https://youtu.be/pqqzCPGCEEE
2. Ben Hall
3. Andrea Jones
4. Dagmar Pesta
5. Iain McGeachie
6. Sean Burgess

Grade 3 Piobaireachd (Judge: Chris Armstrong)
1. Tom DuBois https://youtu.be/sXT2qGYL2vk
2. Zachary Dwyer
3. Kim Greeley
4. Jacob Schrader
5. Ross Martin
6. Alasdair Beaton

Grade 4 Piobaireachd (Judge: Iain Lowther)
1. Riccardo Brunelli https://youtu.be/-0LUXUHn3aE
2. Vickie Gray
3. Daniel Boreland
4. Lou Lanaro
5. Gavin Davis
6. Steve Langford
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Grade 1 – MSR (Judge: Richard Parkes)
1.Craig Black (Mrs John MacColl/The Piper's Bonnet/Sandy Cameron)
Clasp World Amateur Solos 2021 Grade 1 Light Music
2. Stuart Marshall
3. Brady Webb
4. Mic Trenor
5. Robert Russell
6. Matthew Kirkwood
Grade 1 – Hornpipe & Jig
(Judge: Andrea Boyd)
1. Craig Black
2. Andrew Prioli
3. Eddie Boland
4. Charles-David Mitchell
5. Jay Wilson
6. Mic Trenor

Grade 2 – 2/4 March (Judge: Alastair Lee)
1. Ben Hall https://youtu.be/eWMQ41lNk2w
2. Zachary Dwyer
3. Sean Burgess
4. Kurtis Bryden
5. Mariko Arimoto
6. Gordon Ross

Grade 2 – Strathspey & Reel (Judge: Alastair Lee)
1. Ben Hall
2. Zachary Dwyer
3. Gordon Ross
4. Kurtis Bryden
5.Colin MacKenzie
6. Anthony Kelly

Grade 2 – Jig (Judge: Wilson Brown)
1. Zachary Dwyer https://youtu.be/Fzh_JhBMPvU
2. Baliant Kiss
3. Sean Burgess
4. John Nevans
5. David Richardson
6. Ben Hall

Grade 3 – 2/4 March (Judge: Matt Wilson)
1. Philip Duthie https://youtu.be/BddcsoGyC7k
2. Alasdair Beaton
3. Iain McGeachie
4. Ken MacLean
5. Robert Cunningham
6. James Acheson

Grade 3 – Strathspey & Reel (Judge: Matt Wilson)
1. Robert Cunningham  https://youtu.be/c6Dj877o9bI
2. Alasdair Beaton
3. Philipp Burchardt
4. Philip Duthie
5. James Acheson
6. David Todd

Grade 3 - Jig (Judge: Andrew Bova)
1. Robert Cunningham https://youtu.be/PSxTr7pIGBM
2. Danielle Warren
3. Alasdair Beaton
4. Philipp Burchardt
5. Tom Dubois
6. Grant Walker

Grade 4 - 2/4 March (Judge: Shaunna Hilder)
1. Daniel Boreland https://youtu.be/yDFkmqPltU8
2. Alexander Kinkade
3. Lou Lanaro
4. Richardo Brunelli
5. James Skinner
6. Amanda Brennen

Grade 4 - Strathspey & Reel (Judge: Shaunna Hilder)
1. Amanda Brennen https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wqi_wLMu_3s
2. Alexander Kinkade
3.Riccardo Brunelli
4. Vickie Gray
5. James Skinner
6. Gavin Davis

Grade 4 - Jig (Judge: Andrew Bova)
1. Gavin Davis https://youtu.be/6-7wqO2LM0Q
2. Vickie Gray
3. Lou Lanaro
4. Steve Langford
5. James Skinner

2023 Set Tunes

List 1 (for Grade 1/2 Members)

1. In Praise of Kintyre, by Hugh MacCallum (Glenfiddich Collection)
2. Nameless (Hiharin dro o dro) (Kilberry Book)
3. Andrew MacNeill of Colonsay
4. Lament for Duncan MacFadyen by Donald MacLeod
5. The Battle of the Strome - (Bk5)
6. Melbank's Salute - (Bk 14)

List 2 (for Grade 2/3 Members)

1. AS MacNeill of Oransay (Donald MacLeod)
2. MacNeil is Lord There (Bk 11)
3. Lament for The Old Sword (Bk 3 & Kilberry Book)
4. You’re welcome, Ewen (Kilberry Book)
5. MacLeod's Short Tune (Bk6)
6. Little Prince you are my Choice (Bk13)

Tune Selections/Order of Play for ‘The World Solo Amateur Piping Competition’ @ Piping Live! 2021

The recording window for 'The World Solo Amateur Piping Competition' @ Piping Live! 2021 is Friday 30th July - Sunday 8th August 2021.

Please take time to read All the information below, which includes the rules and clear information on how to record your video submission.

Please Read: It is key for each competitor to say the words 'The CLASP World Solo Amateur' at the start of each video introduction and also please note that ALL Light Music events enter should be recorded in one video take and emailed as ONE video link that is unedited. Competitors can include short breaks between events for tuning and to have a drink of water! 
* I would recommend that competitors type the names of any own choice tunes in the description box when uploading the performance to YouTube! 

Below are the relevant excel links to view competitors for each event, assigned judges for each event and the tunes selected by the judges for grades 1 and 2. Please use the labelled tabs in the excel file to navigate through the different grades/events.

World Solo Amateur Piping - Piobaireachd (1)

World Solo Amateur Piping - Light Music

Competition Timeline:
Competitors Recording Window- Friday 30th July - Sunday 8th August 2021
Deadline for competitors YouTube video links - All YouTube links should be emailed to clasp@thepipingcentre.co.uk by midnight (UK time) on Sunday 8th August.
The Results followed by a Live Interactive Discussion with the Judging Panel - Sunday 15th August starting at 6pm via The CLASP Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/TheCLASP. The live discussion with the judging panel will commence immediately following the results using the same platform as the results will be live streamed on. Results will also be publish on the News section of The CLASP website and on https://bagpipe.news/


The Rules for a Video Submission Competition:

VIDEO Submission Rules
- Competition video submissions should be recorded in the date window outlined by the CLASP
- All entries will be video submitted using the free platform, You Tube.
- Videos should be submitted separately for Light Music and Piobaireachd events.
- One video link only is required for Light Music events and one (separate) video link is required for Piobaireachd.
Light Music events should be recorded in one video take and the recording should not be paused or edited. Competitors can include tuning and can stop between events to retune or have a drink , but the video should not be stopped.
- Each video submission must be made in one complete take (no editing allowed), but use as many attempts as you want.
- CLASP competitors should introduce themselves at the start of their video recording and include the following information: Name/ Grade /Light Music or Piobaireachd event/ Name of Competition and year. For example: My name is John Smith and I will be taking part in the Grade 3 Light Music events for the CLASP World Solo Amateur Competition, 2021. (This information should also be included when uploading your competition recording(s) on You Tube. Please see the video link below, which was recorded by CLASP admin and includes the basic steps to correctly uploading a video privately on YouTube using a smartphone and then emailing the link:
https://youtu.be/t-tDxsafFX8
- For Light Music events, competitors can stop between events to re tune or have a drink of water. (But should not stop the video recording until all events entered are complete)
- Competitor's videos should show most or all of the body, including your head. Videos must be lighted properly so your face and hands can be clearly seen. Videos with poor lighting or sound may not be accepted.
- Competitors are allowed to tune up prior to starting their performance and between events, just as you would in a regular competition setting.
- Video submissions should be uploaded to You Tube and then competitors should email the video link(s) to clasp@thepipingcentre.co.uk by the set deadline.
- CLASP recommends that competitors list their uploaded video submission as 'Unlisted'. 'Unlisted' videos allow you to control who can view your video and only those you share the link with can view the video submission.
- All video submissions must be emailed to CLASP admin by midnight (UK time) on the closing date of video submissions.
- CLASP admin will share each competitors’ video submission link with their relevant judge for the adjudication process.

Adjudication
Once the closing date for video submissions passes, competitor’s videos links will be sent to their relevant judge(s) for the adjudication process.

Announcement of Winners
Winners will be announced in a Facebook video announcement approximately one/two weeks following the close of competition video submissions and results will also be posted on the news section of the CLASP website.
Crit sheets will be emailed out to each competitor following the announcement of results. Please allow a few days for this admin process.

Performance Dress
Highland attire is required (unless circumstances prevent due to travel restrictions)

Performance Rights
By entering this competition, all performers give CLASP permission to publish their performances in part and/or in full on the digital/social media channels selected for the competition

Virtual Highland Games – Competitors Winning Links

Video Links for:
Grade 1 Overall Winner - Giovanni Giulianini
Piobaireachd Recording of his 2nd place in the Piobaireachd - https://youtu.be/uTHYT0vExaM

Grade 1 Piobaireachd Winner - Stuart Marshall
Stuart Marshall-Beloved Scotland

Grade 1 - MSR Winning Performance - Craig Black 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?app=desktop&v=wZJ7f3HGULA&feature=youtu.be

Grade 1 - 6/8 Winner - Jay Wilson 
https://youtu.be/VeZP2lKqJHs


Grade 2 Overall Winner - John Nevans 
Link to his 2nd place Piobaireachd performance - https://youtu.be/XsPqY-A9iXg

Grade 2 - Piobaireachd Winner - Andrea Jones
https://youtu.be/csBnFsgsrUI

Grade 2 - 2/4 March Winner - Balint Kiss 

https://youtu.be/CZgFb8S-ry0

Grade 2 - Strathspey & Reel Winner - David Richardson

https://youtu.be/jKR1_SuLJe8


Grade 3 Overall Winner and Winner of Strathspey & Reel & Jig Events -  Zachary Dwyer 

SR: https://youtu.be/u6T2eHFb9Fg

Grade 3 Piobaireachd Winner - Tommy DuBois
https://youtu.be/ms3fuJ02bCA

Grade 3 - 2/4 March Winner - Colin MacKenzie 
https://youtu.be/eo1hWBCtuCc



Vickie Gray - Grade 4 - Piobaireachd Winner 

https://youtu.be/j5V7V1k2AYE

Lou Lanaro - Grade 4 - Overall Winner & 2/4 March Winner
https://youtu.be/yqSUWoDr67k

Amanda Brennan - Grade 4 - S & R Winner

https://youtu.be/3wP8VONEILY

Steve Langford - Grade 4 - Jig Winner
https://youtu.be/nuNjk0k_ke4

Virtual Highland Games- Competitor List/Tune selections/Judges

The recording window for the Virtual Highland Games is Friday 4th June - Sunday 13th June 2021. Please take time to read All the information below, which includes the rules and clear information on how to record your video submission.
It is key for each competitor to say the words 'The CLASP Virtual Highland Games' at the start of a video introduction and also please note that the Light Music submission should be recorded and emailed as ONE link that is unedited, but can include short breaks between events for tuning and to have a drink (of water!)

Below are the relevant excel links to view competitor lists for each grade, assigned judges for each event and the tunes selected by the judges for grades 1 and 2.

Virtual Highland Games Piobaireachd

Virtual Highland Games- Light Music

*Please note that there are labelled tabs on each excel file for Grades 1, 2, 3 & 4.You may need to scroll along to see all Light Music event tabs. There are eight titled tabs.

Grade 3 Update: The Grade 3, 2/4 March event and Strathspey & Reel event has been split into two heats due to a large number of entries.  A draw was used to randomly split the competitors into two heats. Six names (in no particular order) will be announced from each heat (at the prize giving). These 12 pipers will be judged by a different judge who will decide the final top 6 for both the 2/4 March and the Strathspey & Reel event. League points will only be awarded to the final top six placed competitors.

All video submission links should be sent using You Tube to clasp@thepipingcentre.co.uk by Midnight (UK time) on Sunday 13th June 2021.

Results will be announced on Saturday 26th June at 9pm  (UK time) via video link on the CLASP Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/TheCLASP and results will also be publish on the News section of The CLASP website and on BagpipeNews https://bagpipe.news/

Good luck to you all!


VIDEO Submission Information for Competitors:
Videos should be submitted separately for Light Music and Piobaireachd events.
* One video link should be sent for Light Music and one separate video link should be send for Piobaireachd.
Light Music recordings should include ALL light music events entered.  The video should not be paused once started and can include tuning, short breaks between events to have a drink of water. Video submissions should be uploaded to You Tube and then competitors should email the link(s) to clasp@thepipingcentre.co.uk

Video Introduction (Competitors who do not announce themselves correctly at the start of their video recording can not be accepted for the event(s) entered)
All CLASP competitors should introduce themselves at the start of their video recording and include the following information: Competitors Name/ Grade/Light Music or Piobaireachd event/ Name of Competition and year.  For example: My name is Ann MacDonald and I will be taking part in the Grade 1 Light Music events for the CLASP Virtual Highland Games, 2021.  This information should also be included (typed into description box) when uploading your competition recording(s) on You Tube - Please see instructional video on how to upload a video recorded on your smart phone to YouTube https://youtu.be/t-tDxsafFX8


Competition Rules:

  1. PERFORMANCE DRESS
    Highland attire is required
  2. VIDEO Submissions - One video link should be sent for Light Music and one separate video link should be send for Piobaireachd.
    Videos should be submitted separately for Light Music and Piobaireachd events. Light Music recordings should include ALL light music events entered. Video submissions should be uploaded to You Tube and then competitors should email the link(s) to clasp@thepipingcentre.co.uk
  3. Each video submission must be made in one complete take (no editing allowed), but use as many attempts as you want. For Light music events, competitors can stop between events to retune or have a drink of water.
  4. Your videos must be recorded within the recording window
  5. All Video submissions must be emailed to CLASP admin (clasp@thepipingcentre.co.uk) by midnight (UK time) on Sunday 13th June 2021.
  6. Your video should show most or all of your body, including your head. Your video must be lighted properly so your face and hands can be clearly seen. Videos with poor lighting or sound may not be accepted.
  7. Competitors are allowed to tune up prior to starting their performance, just as you would in a regular competition setting.

UPLOADING VIDEO ENTRIES
All entries should be emailed as video submissions using the free platform, You Tube. CLASP admin will share each competitors’ video submission link with their relevant judge for the adjudication process. Please note that The CLASP will provide support and clear steps for competitors uploading video submission. Here is a link to uploading a video using a smart phone https://youtu.be/t-tDxsafFX8

 

The CLASP ‘March’ 2021 Competition Results & Winning Video Links

Results from Bagpipe News website:
https://bagpipe.news/2021/03/27/results-clasp-and-lochaber/

Overall Winners links:

Grade 1 - Trevor DeMass (2nd place in Grade 1 Piobaireachd)
https://youtu.be/9NR86gU3UaY

Grade 2 - Hans Grothusen - (2nd place in Light Music events)
https://youtu.be/3ZCw37Y1gDs

Grade 3- Alasdair Beaton (2nd place in Grade 3 Piobaireachd)
https://youtu.be/IcA1lMuHk0o

Event Winners:

Colin MacKenzie - Winner Grade 3 Piobaireachd
https://youtu.be/7stAWPyeAwA

John Nevans - Winner Grade 2 Piobaireachd
https://youtu.be/7dcY66jpluw

Charles-David Mitchell-Winner Grade 1 Piobaireachd https://youtu.be/4FwmJZN_QPk

Benjamin Elliot - Winner Grade 1 - MSR Event
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kX77KguEzZA

Stuart Brown- Winner Grade 2 - 2/4 March & S/R
https://youtu.be/XOf_kJRtW1M

Ross Martin - Winner Grade 3 - Strathspey & Reel
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Glg5K-JrnNQ&t=26s

Anthony Kelly - Winner Grade 3 -2/4 March Event
https://youtu.be/oxZH5MBVBfs

Colin Mackenzie - Winner Grade 3 Jig
https://youtu.be/mIf8aeCLLmc

John Nevans - Winner Grade 2 Jig
https://youtu.be/-eSYvhzzuHw

David MacKenzie - Winner Grade 1 Jig
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=IyE68oS0LrY&feature=youtu.be