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Awards and Trophies


Pipe Band Awards are presented during Closing Ceremonies at 4:30pm.
Pipe Bands must particpate in Massed Bands in order to receive award.

Highland Dancing Awards are presented at the close of competition for each level.

Heavyweight Athletic Awards are presented at Closing Ceremonies at 4:30pm.


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Pipe Band Awards

1st 2nd 3rd
Grade 2 $ 700 $ 600 $ 500
Grade 3 $ 600 $ 500 $ 400
Grade 4 $ 400 $ 350 $ 300
Grade 5 $ 350 $ 300 $ 250

Grade 2 Band - Admiral Sir Gordon & Lady Ramsey Challenge Bowl
Grade 3 Band - Cowan Trophy
Grade 4 Band - Bernard & Sutherland Memorial Trophy
Grade 5 Band - Allison Frame Memorial Trophy
Drum Corps - Caledonia Trophy plus $50
Best Dressed Band (best dressed throughout the day) - Seagram Trophy


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Individual Piping Awards

Amateur Piping - 1st, 2nd, 3rd Medals
Open MSR - $100, $75, $50
Open Piobaireachd - Cowal Trophy plus $100, $75, $50
Best Piper (highest aggregate point total including Piobaireachd) - Pitney Bowes Trophy


Individual Drumming Awards

Amateur - 1st, 2nd, 3rd Medals
Open - $50, $35, $25


Drum Major Awards

Amateur Drum Major - 1st, 2nd, 3rd Medals
Open Drum Major - Peter Rankin Trophy plus $50


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Highland Dancing Awards

Primary 1st, 2nd, 3rd Medals
Pre-Premier & Premier 1st, 2nd, 3rd Medals and Special Trophies

Most Promising Pre-Premier - Jessie G. Ferguson Trophy

New Canaan Tri-State Overall Winner - Scottish Society of New Canaan Trophy
(17 & under - NY, NJ, CT Residents Only - determined by total points for Fling, Sword Dance & Seann Triubhas)

Best Tri-State Premier Dancer - Harmon Trophy
(17 & under - NY, NJ, CT Residents Only - Sword 3&1)

Premier Dancer of the Day (17 and under) - Charles Gardner Fraser Trophy

Male Dancer of the Day - Grace Gillespie Award


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Heavy Athletics Awards

Caber Toss - Andrew Frame Trophy


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Amateur & Children's Athletics Awards

Tug-O-War - 1st & 2nd Place Trophies
Adult Foot Races - 1st, 2nd, 3rd Trophies
Children's Foot Races - 1st, 2nd, 3rd Trophies, Medals to all participants
Adult+Child Clog Race - 1st & 2nd Medals



Round Hill Highland Games
Cranbury Park
Kensett Ave & Grumman Ave (off Route 7)
Norwalk, Connecticut


Saturday, July 5, 2014


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