Ulster Scottish Pipe Band is a 501C3 Non-Profit Organization

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Fairhill Scottish Games
Ulster Scottish kicked off the 2015 competition season at the Fairhill Scottish Games in Elkton, Maryland May 16.  The Grade 3 placed 2nd out of 8 bands premiering their new MSR, and the Grade 4 placed 4th  out of 7 bands their first time competing in Grade 4 after being upgraded!

 

 

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The following band members also placed in solo competition:
Derek Cooper – 1st place Pro Snare MSR, 1st place Pro Snare Hornpipe & Jig
Tyler Destremps – 1st place Gr3 Piobaireachd, 2nd Place Gr3 March, 2nd Place Gr3 Strathspey & Reel
Sarah Jane Kennedy – 5th Place Gr4Sr March
Jensen McConnell – 1st Place Amateur Tenor
Niamh McConnell – 3rd Place Novice Tenor
Sophie McConnell – 5th Place Gr2 Snare
Bill Pastor – 2nd Place Pro Snare MSR, 2nd Place Pro Snare Hornpipe & Jig
Lydia Stachina – 2nd place Gr4Sr March
Congratulations to all!

Rodin Job Photo ResizedUpgrades!
Congratulations to Thomas I Hall Memorial Pipe Band on their upgrade from Grade 5 to Grade 4! Band members earning upgrades:
Alex Burlew – Grade 3
Evan  Burlew – Grade 3
Tyler Destremps – Grade 3
Thompson McConnell – Grade 1
Congratulations to all!