Helensburgh & District Pipe Band

PIPE BAND RESULTS

Grade - Novice Juvenile

  • 1st North Lanarkshire Schools - winning the Helensburgh & District Pipe Band Shield
  • 2nd Inverary & District - winning the Helensburgh Round Table Trophy
  • 3rd Dunoon Grammar
  • 4th Paisley
  • 5th Dumbarton & District
  • 6th Milngavie

Best Drum Corps in Novice Juvenile - North Lanarkshire Schools

Grade - Juvenile

  • 1st Inverary & District - winning the Loch Lomond Golf Club Shield (Junior)
  • 2nd North Lanarkshire Schools - winning the Douglas Codona Trophy
  • 3rd Paisley
  • 4th Dumbarton & District
Best Drum Corps in Juvenile - Paisley

Best Junior Local Band and winner of the Kintail Trophy - Inverary & District Novice Juvenile Pipe Band

Best Junior Band on Closing Parade and winner of the new M MacInnes Shield - Inverary & District Novice Juvenile Pipe Band

Best Senior Band on Closing Parade and winner of the new Loch Lomond & Clyde Tourist Association Cup - Milngavie Grade 2

Best Band on the Opening Parade and winner of the new C H Campbell Shield - Helensburgh & District Pipe Band

Grade 4

  • 1st Stamperland - winning the Lomond & Clyde Pipe Band Shield
  • 2nd Strathendrick - winning the Helensburgh Tyre Services Trophy
  • 3rd Helensburgh & District - winning the Helensburgh Floor Plan Trophy
  • 4th Renfrew North Youth

    Best Drum Corps in Grade 4 - Stamperland

Grade 3

  • 1st Cowal Pipe Band - winning the Loch Lomond Golf Club Shield (Senior)
  • 2nd First Scottish Milngavie - winning the Betty Lawrie Memorial Cup
  • 3rd Stamperland - winning the Helensburgh Toyota Trophy

    Best Drum Corps in Grade 3 - Cowal Pipe Band

Grade 2

  • 1st Lomond & Clyde - winning the Campbells Air Conditioning Cup
  • 2nd Dumbarton & District - winning the Ian Lawrie Memorial Cup
  • 3rd First Scottish Milngavie - winning the Trident Taxis Shield

    Best Drum Corps in Grade 2 - Lomond & Clyde winning the Clan Colquhoun Shield

    'The 2010 Bicentenary Pipe Band Championships took place in brilliant sunshine at Hermitage Park on Sunday 20 June and were attended by a record breaking crowd. Each year the event grows and develops with new events, attractions and trophies being added, in addition to the pipe band and highland dancing contests, all of which adds to the popularity of this event, making it a credit to the area and to the organising committee. The date of this event has a high importance in the pipe band calendar, being just before the European Championships each year, giving bands a final opportunity to do a live performance before the Championship. The highlight of the day, as always, was the Closing Parade of massed pipe bands marching down Sinclair Street with their trophies, providing a perfect end to a perfect day! We would like to thank all those who continue to support us and look forward to seeing you again on Sunday 19 June 2011'.

    CH CAMPBELL - Chairperson & Piping Convener'