Comp No:A301
Comp Title:Choral Area
Description:Lovat and Tullibardine Shield
Comp Date:Friday, October 17 2014
1st:

Glasgow Gaelic Musical Association
Lovat & Tullibardine Shield
Malcolm G MacCallum Silver Baton
for conductor
£250 (ACG)
Donald Thomson Memorial Quaich for the Gaelic Tutor of the choir gaining the highest marks in Gaelic
The ‘Weekly Scotsman’ Quaich for the highest marks in Gaelic
The Donald J MacAskill Memorial Trophy for the highest marks in Gaelic

The Rev William Macdonald Memorial Quaich for the highest marks in Gaelic for competitions A301, A304, A307, A308

The J Norman McConachie Trophy for the highest marks in Music for competitions A301, A304, A307, A308

2nd:

Còisir Ghàidhlig Inbhir Nis
£200 (ACG)

3rd:

Dingwall Gaelic Choir
£150 (ACG)

4th:

 

The ‘Oban Times’ Silver Salver for the highest marks in Music

Shared by the Glasgow Gaelic Musical Association and Còisir Gàidhlig Inbhir Nis

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