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Sutherland/Caithness Provincial Mod




            INBHIR ÙIGE



    Disathairne an darna latha den
              Òg-Mhios

      Saturday 2nd June 2012



              Syllabus

            Clàr-obrach
Standard Rules for Provincial Mod

1.    Entries: Competitors in all sections of the syllabus must enter their names with the
      Mod Secretary Not later than 30th April 2012. Late entries will not be
      accepted. No Competitor will be allowed to compete unless his or her name
      appears on the programme.
      All literary and art work (Junior and Senior) must be done in the presence of a
      tutor or supervisor and forwarded to the Mod Secretary not later than 11th May
      2012 sealed and marked “Literary Competitions” “Art Competitions”.

2.    The Local Mod Committee reserves the right to accept or reject any entry without
      assigning any reason.

3.    Competitors may enter more than one competition but must not sing the same
      song or play the same tune.

4.    No fees are payable under any section of the Syllabus.

5.    All written, spoken or sung matter must be in Gaelic. Competitors using
      translations from English or any other language will be disqualified. The rule
      need not apply to Papers or Place Names, which may be accepted in English at the
      discretion of the Local Committee.

6.    Music Competitors singing or playing Airs which are not of a recognised Gaelic
      origin will be disqualified. Competitors who may be in doubt as to the eligibility
      of certain songs or airs may have their doubts resolved by timely application to the
      Mod Secretary.

7.    Junior competitors must be within prescribed age group on 1st October 2012.

8.    If a child is being educated through the medium of Gaelic, he/she will be entered in
      Fluent competitions from the start of Primary 4 of given National Mòd year. Fluent
      speakers must not be entered into Learner competitions; however learners may
      take part in fluent competitions in certain cases (e.g. duets etc). Pupils attending
      P4 to P7 Gaelic Medium classes who are entered in Learners’ competitions will be
      transferred to the equivalent Fluent competition.

9.    Junior solo singers are limited to 20 lines.

10.   Senior solo singers are limited to 28 lines.

11.   The Adjudicator may at any time call on the Competitor to stop reading, reciting,
      narrating, singing or playing.

12.   No reading or recitation shall exceed 4 minutes in delivery

13.   In solo competitions (Junior and Senior) no accompanist is allowed, except in the
      Kennedy-Fraser Competition. The music should be in a key to suit the soloists.
      Staff notation must be provided to the accompanist.

14.   Prescribed pieces should be sung in a key to suit the voice.

15.   Entry to both Chanter and Bagpipe Competitions by the same competitor will not be
      allowed.
16.   Groups must consist or a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 6 players.
      Fiddle Groups can include the following instruments: Fiddle, Viola, Cello,
      Accordion, Double Bass, Piano or Melodeon. A member of one group cannot
      play in another group.

17.   Junior choirs must consist of at least 8 and not more than 26 voices. Senior mixed
      choirs must consist of at least 16 and not more than 30 voices. Ladies and male
      voice choirs must consist of at least 10 and not more than 26 voices.

18.   Conductors may Not sing with their choirs.

19.   Where Competitors have the option of choosing their own songs, they must supply,
      no later than 4 weeks before the date of the Mod, two copies (words and music)
      one with an English translation. For the Kennedy – Fraser competition a third copy
      is required for the accompanist on or before Saturday 12th May 2012. For senior
      choirs four copies (word and music) are required along with two copies of the
      translation.
20.   * New Rule for National Mod: Own Choice words and music to be
      submitted no later than 30th June 2012.

21.   In all cases the decision of the judges shall be final.

22.   Where 3 or more compete in any competitions at the Mod 3 prizes shall be
      awarded. Where 2 compete, 2 prizes and where only 1 competes a prize shall be
      given provided 75% of the possible marks are obtained.

23.   Competitors in Instrumental Competitions may refer to music during the
      performance as per the Syllabus of the National Mod. A copy of the music must be
      available for Adjudicators.

24.   Protests against eligibility of Competitors’ must be made to the Mod Secretary
      before the results are announced or where possible before the competition has
      been entered upon and must be in writing and must contain a clear statement of
      the condition and the alleged disqualification. Each protest must be accompanied
      by a deposit of £3.00 which will be returned if the protest is sustained. The
      deposit will be forfeited if, on due enquiry, it is found that there has been no
      infringement of the Conditions of this Syllabus. Protests can only be entered by
      those interested as competitors in that particular competition in connection with
      which the protest is raised.

25.   Coaching or miming is strictly forbidden by teachers or members of the
      audience whilst a competitor is performing. The Chairman has the authority to
      request offenders leave the competition.

26.   Adjudication; attention is drawn to the fact that oral adjudication by Gaelic and
      Music judges must be given immediately following each competition for each
      competitor and marks recorded.
Farpaisean Òigridh                                     Junior Competitions

                        BEUL AITHRIS agus LITREACHAS

Litreachas                                                        Literature

1.    Write a short story, poem or Newspaper Article (Approx 200 words). Learners

1A.   Write a short story, poem or Newspaper Article (Approx 200 words). Fluent
      MEUR EURABOLL VASE.

1B.   Art Poster: Prepare a poster with Gaelic wording (Content Own Choice)
      a) 5 – 8 years b) 9 – 12 years c) 13 – 15 years d) 16 – 18 years
      KATE ROSS MEMORIAL TROPHY

Aithris bàrdachd ainmichte                      Reciting prescribed poetry

1.    Children 5 and under 7 (Learners)                             An luch

2A    Children 5 and under 7 (Fluent)             Dànaidh beag an dràgon

2.    Children 7 and under 9 (Learners)        Ruigidh each mall muillean

3A.   Children 7 and under 9 (Fluent)                            An t-Uisge

3.    Children 9 and under 11 (Learners)                         Rionnagan

4A.   Children 9 and under 11 (Fluent)                      Tha mise bored

4.    Children 11 and under 13 (Learners)                         A’ ghaoth

5A.   Children 11 and under 13 (Fluent)                Sgòthan samhraidh

5.    Children 13 and under 16 (Learners)                          Aodainn

6A. Children 13 and under 16 (Fluent)                        Fir-tàileisg Ùig
PARKDEANS HOLIDAY TROPHY

7.    Children 16 and under 18 (Learners)                             Cuin?

7A.   Children 16 and under 18 (Fluent)                       An roghainn

8.    Reciting from memory from the Bible (Children aged 12 years and under)
      Learners                                               “Own Choice”

8A.   Reciting from memory from the Bible (Children aged 12 years and under)
      Fluent                                                 “Own Choice”

9.    Reciting from memory from the Bible (Children aged 13 – 15 years inclusive)
      Learners                                               “Own Choice”
9A.   Reciting from memory from the Bible (Children aged 13 – 15 years inclusive)
      Fluent                                                 “Own Choice”

10.   Reading at sight from the Bible (Children aged 13 – 15 years inclusive)
      Learners                   Passage to be chosen by the adjudicator

10A. Reading at sight from the Bible (Children aged 13 – 15 years inclusive) Fluent
                                Passage to be chosen by the adjudicator

11.   Reading at sight from the Bible (Children aged 16 – 18 years inclusive)
      Learners                   Passage to be chosen by the adjudicator

11A. Reading at sight from the Bible (Children aged 16 – 18 years inclusive) Fluent
                                Passage to be chosen by the adjudicator

12.   Storytelling: Tell a story of “Own Choice” (Children aged 12 years and under)
      Learners

12A. Storytelling: Tell a story of “Own Choice (Children aged 12 years and under)
     Fluent

13.   Conversation: Converse with an Adjudicator (Children aged 12 years and
      under) (Maximum conversation time 4 minutes) Learners

13A. Conversation: Converse with an Adjudicator (Children aged 12 years and
     under) (Maximum conversation time 4 minutes) Fluent
JOSEPH MACKAY MEMORIAL QUAICH

14.   Conversation: Converse with an Adjudicator (Children aged 13 – 15 years
      inclusive) (Maximum conversation time 4 minutes) Learners

14A. Conversation: Converse with an Adjudicator (Children aged 13 – 15 years
     inclusive) (Maximum conversation time 4 minutes) Fluent

15.   Conversation: Converse with an Adjudicator (Children aged 16 – 18 years
      inclusive) (Maximum conversation time 4 minutes) Learner

15A. Conversation: Converse with an Adjudicator (Children aged 16 – 18 years
     inclusive) (Maximum conversation time 4 minutes) Fluent

16.   Playlet (Running time not to exceed 10 minutes) (Primary) (Learners)

16A. Playlet (Running time not to exceed 10 minutes) (Primary) (Fluent)

16B. Playlet (Running time not to exceed 10 minutes) (Secondary)
Seinn                                                              Vocal Music
Seinn òran ainmichte                                     Sing a prescribed song

NB In competitions 29, 30, 32, 33 and 39 only one song is required for the
Provincial Mod, but both songs are required for the competition at National
Level. Similarly, in Junior solo competitions, fewer verses may be sung as
follows:17A, 23A , 24, 24A & 25-3 verses only, 23 -2 verses only. Choruses as
prescribed. All verses must be sung at National Level.

17.   Solo Singing (Children aged 5–6 years) (Learners)
                                           Sginean beaga, spàinean airgid

17A. Solo Singing (Children aged 5-6 years) (Fluent) Sin Shaun mo bhràthair


18.   Solo Singing (Children aged 7-8 years) (Learners) Am faca tu ‘n gobha?

18A. Solo Singing (Children aged 7-8 years) (Fluent)
                                         Cha b’ ann ri gual a gharainn thu

19.   Solo Singing (Girls aged 9-10 years) (Learners)
                                                                    Na Lùban
AM BLARAN ODHAR CUP

19A. Solo Singing (Girls aged 9-10 years) (Fluent) O ‘s toigh leam an cìobair

20.   Solo Singing (Boys aged 9-10 years) (Learners)
                                                            Triall-mara na h-Ì
MAGNUS MACKAY MEMORIAL TROPHY

20A. Solo Singing (Boys aged 9-10 years) (Fluent)           Am Bàta Rannach

21.  Solo Singing (Girls aged 11-12 years) (Learners)
                                             I hiùraibh o, chan eil mi slàn
DR IAN GRIMBLE MEMORIAL TROPHY

21A. Solo Singing (Girls aged 11-12 years) (Fluent)           A’ fàgail Dhiùra

HUGH GUNN MEMORIAL CUP

22.   Solo Singing (Boys aged 11-12 years) (Learners)
                                                                      Màiri Òg
ARTHUR MACKAY TROPHY

22A. Solo Singing (Boys aged 11-12 years) (Fluent)
                                                            An rìbhinn lurach

23.   Solo Singing (Girls aged 13-15 years) (Learners)
                                                                Eilean Èisdeal
GOLSPIE GAELIC SOCIETY SHIELD
23A. Solo Singing (Girls aged 13-15 years) (Fluent)
                                                 ‘Ic Mhaoilein a shaorainn

24.    Solo Singing (Boys aged 13 – 15 years) (Learners) Ho rò ‘s toil leam fhìn thu


24A.   Solo Singing (Boys aged 13-15 years) (Fluent) Mo rùn air na maraichean

25.Solo Singing (Girls aged 16-18 years) (Learners & Fluent)
                                             Tha thu daonnan nam smuain
DONALD MACLEOD MEMORIAL SHIELD

25A.Solo Singing (Boys aged 16-18 years) (Learners & Fluent)
                                                Eathar dubh à Bradhagair

26.Solo Singing in Traditional style; Juniors Open            “Own Choice”
DÙN CÒRR CUP

27.Duet Singing (ages 16 years and under)                     “Own Choice”
MARGARET MACRAE MEMORIAL TROPHY

28.Choral Singing (Learners) (Under 13) Puirt-a-Beul
                                                   Bheirinn siud do Mhàiri/
                                                           An gùn ùr sìoda
REAY CUP

28A.Choral Singing (Fluent) (Under 13) Puirt-a-Beul        Mac a’ Chonail/
                                                  Mise nise air an taobh ud

29.Choral Singing (Learners) in two-part harmony; Secondary Pupils (Under 19)
                                Seinn an duan seo OR Fàgail Bràigh Bhalla

SIR EDGAR HORNE CHALLENGE CUP

30.Unison Singing (Learners) (under 13 years)
                                     Rubh’ nan Cudaigean OR Own Choice

THE JOHN MACDOUGALL MEMORIAL TROPHY

30A.Unison Singing (Fluent) (Under 13 years)O teannaibh dlùth is togaibh fonn
                                                          OR Own Choice

31.Choral Singing (Learners) (Under 19) Puirt-a-Beul
                                      Gheibh sinn ribinnean mòra, mòra/
                                                 Nead an lach’ air an rubha
MHÒR-BHEINN SHIELD

32.Unison Singing (Learners) (Primary Pupils) (Choirs from rural areas)
                                            Hò rò hù-ò mo nigh’n donn OR
                                                                  Own Choice

THE SEORDAG MURRAY MEMORIAL TROPHY
33.   Unison Singing (Learners) (Secondary Pupils)
                                           Seud a’ Chuain OR Own Choice

34.  Singing of a song in the folk idiom (Primary) (Groups must consist of at least 3
     and not more than 6 members)
BETTYHILL/STRATHNAVER/ALTNAHARRA COMMUNITY COUNCIL CUP (1)

35.  Singing of a song in the folk idiom (Secondary) (Groups must consist of at least
     3 and not more than 6 members)
BETTYHILL/STRATHNAVER/ALTNAHARRA COMMUNITY COUNCIL CUP (2)

36. Action Song (Nursery) (Not to exceed 10 minutes)          “Own Choice”
CROILEAGAN SHIELD

37.  Action Song (Primary Schools) (Not to exceed 10 minutes)
                                                           “Own Choice”
LADY BANNERMAN OF KILDONNAN CUP

38.   Action Song (Gaelic Medium Schools) (Not to exceed 10 minutes)
                                                           “Own Choice”

39.  Choral two-part harmony (Learners) (Under 13) Illean bithibh sunndach
                                                                     Or
                                                     Mi ‘n seo nam ònar
THE MURRAY CUP

39A. Choral two-part harmony (Fluent) (Under 13)
                                               Toirt m’ aghaidh ri Diùra
                                                                      Or
                                      Thoir mo shoraidh thar Ghunaigh
H F BUXTON SILVER CHALLENGE CUP

40.  Waulking Song (Juniors) (Under 15)                       “Own Choice”
CHLEITHBRIG SHIELD

41.  Solo Singing of a song by Sutherland Bard                “Own Choice”
COLIN CAMERON SHIELD

42.   Solo Singing with self accompaniment on the clarsach (17 years and under)
                                                             “Own Choice”

Ceòl Inneil                                            Instrumental Music

In instrumental competitions competitors may refer to music during
performance.

Note: Bagpipes

All competitors are allowed 3 minutes for tuning after which time they are
expected to play or withdraw.
All junior competitors’ entry forms to be signed by parent or instructor.

43.   Bagpipes – Playing of a 4-part 2/4 March (under 14 years)

43A. Bagpipes – Playing of a 2-part Strathspey and a 2-part Reel (once through)
     (Under 14 years)

THE GOLSPIE COMMUNITY COUNCIL SHIELD will be awarded to the competitor
gaining the highest aggregate mark in competitions 43 and 43A.

44.   Bagpipes – Playing of a 4-part, 2/4 March (Under 16 years)

44A. Bagpipes – Playing of a 4-part Strathspey and Reel (Under 16 years)

THE EAST SUTHERLAND CHALLENGE CUP will be awarded to the Competitor
gaining the highest aggregate mark in Competitions 44 and 44A.

45.   Bagpipes – Playing of a 4-part, 2/4 March (Under 18 years)

45A. Bagpipes – Playing of a 4-part Strathspey and Reel (Under 18 years)

BLÀRMOR SHIELD will be awarded to the Competitor gaining the highest aggregate
mark in Competition 45 and 45A.

Competitions 43, 43A, 44, 44A, 45 and 45A will run together. After playing the March
there will be time allowed for tuning before the Strathspey and Reel.

The First Prize Winner only in each section may if they wish compete in
Competitions 46 and 46A.

46.   Bagpipes – Playing of a March (Open to seniors and first three prize winners in
      Competitions 43, 43A, 44, 44A, 45 and 45A.

46A. Bagpipes – Playing a Strathspey and Reel (Open to seniors and first three prize
     winners in Competitions 43, 43A, 44, 44A, 45 and 45A).

Competitions 43, 43A, 44, 44A, 45, 45A, 46 and 46A will run together. After playing
the March there will be time allowed for tuning before the Strathspey and Reel.

THE JOHN MACKAY, TRANTLEBEG CHALLENGE CUP will be awarded to the
Competitor with the highest aggregate mark in Competitions 46 and 46A.

47.   Bagpipes – Piobaireachd (under 16 years) Ground (Urlar) and fist variation
      (Previous winners not eligible)

47A. Bagpipes – Piobaireachd (Own Choice) (under 18 years)
Junior Piobaireachd will be awarded to the Competitor gaining the highest
aggregate mark in competitions 45, 45A and 47A.

J&S CALDER CUP will be awarded to the Competitor gaining the highest aggregate
mark in Competitions 43, 43A, 44, 44A plus 47.
48.   Bagpipes – Playing of a Piobaireachd (Open) (Own Choice) (Prize winners in
      Competition 47A will be eligible to enter Competition 48)

49. Chanter – Playing of a March (Primary Pupils/Learners – those who have been
    playing for less than a year)
MARY MACKAY (ROSE COTTAGE) TROPHY

49A. Chanter – Playing of a March (Primary Pupil/Advanced) – those who have been
     playing for more than one year)
THE K F MACLEAN TROPHY

NB Anyone already playing pipes cannot compete in Competitions 49 and 49A. The
first prize winner in Competition 49 may enter Competition 49A the following year.
The first prize winner in Competition 49A cannot compete in Chanter Competitions
the following year.

50.  Chanter – Playing of a March (Secondary) – those who have been playing for
     more than one year. (No marching required).
THE LAIRG COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION CUP

51.  Bagpipes – Playing of a March (Novices i.e. those playing Bagpipes for less than
     one year). Must march when playing.
THE DICK GORDON SHIELD

52.   Violin – Playing of a slow Gaelic Air (Own Choice) for those playing the violin for
      less than one year. (Primary Pupils)

53. Violin – Playing of a slow Gaelic Air and a March (Own Choice) (Primary Pupils)
WICK ACCORDION & FIDDLE CLUB CUP

54. Violin – Playing of a slow Gaelic Air and a March, Strathspey and Reel (Own
    Choice) (Under 14 years)
WICK ACCORDION & FIDDLE CLUB CUP

55.  Violin – Playing of a slow Gaelic Air and a March, Strathspey and Reel (Own
     Choice) (Aged 14 – 18 years inclusive)
LIZA KEITH MEMORIAL TROPHY

56.   Pianoforte – Playing of a slow Gaelic Air and a March (Own Choice) (Primary
      Pupils)

57.   Pianoforte – Playing of a slow Gaelic Air and a March (Own Choice) (Secondary
      Pupils)
THE ELIZABETH STAGE GORDON SHIELD will be awarded to the Competitor
gaining the highest mark in Competitions 56 and 57.

58.   Keyboard – Playing of a slow Gaelic Air and a March (Own Choice) (Primary
      Pupils)

59.   Keyboard – Playing of a slow Gaelic Air and a March (Own Choice) (Secondary
      Pupils)
THE BARBARA MACKAY MEMORIAL CUP will be awarded to the Competitor gaining
the highest mark in Competitions 58 and 59.

60. Piano or Button Key Accordion – Playing a selection of 3 Gaelic Airs (Primary
    Pupils)
HECTOR MACRAE TROPHY

61.  Piano or Button Key Accordion – Playing a selection of 3 Gaelic Airs (Secondary
     Pupils)
W J SIMPSON CUP

62. Whistle – Playing of 2 Gaelic Airs (Own Choice) (Primary Pupils)
COALMAN’S CUP

63.   Whistle – Playing of 2 Gaelic Airs (Own Choice) (Secondary Pupils)
THE LAIRG AN COMUNN GÀIDHEALACH CUP will be awarded to the Competitor
gaining the highest mark in Competitions 62 or 63.

64.   Whistle Groups – Playing of 2 Gaelic Airs

65.   Clarsach – Playing of a Gaelic Air (Own Choice)

66.   Fiddle/Accordion Group – Playing of 3 Scottish Traditional Tunes in different
      tempos (Own Choice)
Farpaisean Inbhich                                            Senior Competitions

Litreachas                                                             Literature

67.     Gaelic Song – Suitable for a children’s competition

68.     Short Story or Essay on any subject (under 2000 words)

69.     Play – New play written about any subject.

Beul-aithris                                                        Oral Delivery

70. Reading at Sight - a piece of Gaelic prose chosen by the Adjudicator
ALTNAGAR CHALLENGE CUP

71.     Recitation of a prescribed piece of poetry (Learners)       Latha Foghair

72.     Recitation of a prescribed piece of poetry (Fluent)     Bantrach Cogaidh

73.     Gaelic Speech, not to exceed 4 minutes delivery.

THE LONDONDERRY CHALLENGE CUP will be awarded to the highest aggregate
total in Competitions 70 to 73.

Seinn                                                                 Vocal Music

74.     Solo Singing of a traditional song (Male/Female Voices) (Learners)
                                                                “Own Choice”

75.     Solo Singing of a traditional song (Male/Female Voices) (Fluent)
                                                                “Own Choice”

76.     Solo Singing (Female Voices) (Former first prize winners in this competition are
        not eligible)
                                         An tèid thu leam gu Tìr a’ mhurain
                                                                               &
                                                                  “Own Choice”

77.     Solo Singing (Male Voices) (Former first prize winners in this competition are
        not eligible)
                                                                An rìbhinn donn
                                                                                &
                                                                  “Own Choice”

THE CLYNE CUP will be awarded to the Competitor gaining the highest aggregate
points in Competitions 76 or 77.

78.  Solo Singing of a song by a Sutherland Bard (Open)            “Own Choice”
THE EDINBURGH SUTHERLAND ASSOCIATION CUP
79.  Solo Singing of a song (Male/Female Voices) Former First Prize Winners of
     Competitions 76 and 77 only.
                                                 Soraidh gu Loch Bhraoin
                                                                          &
                                                             “Own Choice”
THE MACDONALD FAMILY TROPHY

80. Solo Singing of a song from Mrs M Kennedy-Fraser’s “Songs of the Hebridies”.
    Panio accompaniment is required for this Competition. A copy of words and
    music is to be submitted to the Adjudicators and the Accompanist will also
    require a copy of the music. The Provincial Mod Secretary is to be informed of
    the Competitor’s choice of song by 12th May 2012. (Open) Competitors must
    state if they require an accompanist to be provided.
NETHERCLIFFE CUP for highest mark in Gaelic.

81. Duet Singing (Open)                                        “Own Choice”
COUNTESS OF SUTHERLAND TROPHY

82. Quartet Singing (Open)                                     “Own Choice”
SUTHERLAND TOURIST BOARD TROPHY

83. Choral Singing in 4-part harmony (Open)
                                       Set piece for Royal National Mod
                                                                      &
                                                          “Own Choice”
DUKE AND DUCHESS OF SUTHERLAND CHALLENGE CUP

84. Choral Singing (Ladies Voices) (Open)
                                       Set piece for Royal National Mod
                                                                      &
                                                          “Own Choice”
LAWRENCE KIMBALL SILVER CHALLENGE CUP

85.   Choral Singing of Puirt-a-Beul
                                          Set piece for Royal National Mod
MELVICH GAELIC CHOIR CUP

86.   Choral Singing (Male Voices)
                                          Set piece for Royal National Mod
                                                                         &
                                                             “Own Choice”
LAWRENCE MACDONOUGH TARGE

87.   Singing of 2 Gaelic songs in the Folk Idiom – Groups must consist of at least 3
      and not more than 6 members.

88.  Piano and Button Key Accordion – Playing a March, Strathspey and Reel (Open)
LAIRG MOD COMMITTEE TROPHY

89.  Violin – Playing a slow Gaelic Air, March, Strathspey and Reel (Open)
D & M CAMPBELL CUP
90. Fiddle Groups – Playing a slow Air, March, Strathspey and Reel (Open)
                                                Scottish Traditional Tunes
SUTHERLAND ACCORDION AND FIDDLE CLUB CUP

Note: This Competition is open to both Junior and Senior competitors

91.   Whistle (Open)
                                                             “Own Choice”
THE GEORGE GUNN MEMORIAL TROPHY will be awarded to the most outstanding
Competitor (Junior) of the day – vocal, oral or instrumental.

GEALL-DÙBHLAIN CUIMHNEACHAN UILLEAM DÒMHNALLACH (THE WILLIAM
MACDONALD MEMORIAL TROPHY) will be awarded to the soloist (senior section)
who gains the highest aggregate marks in Gaelic.

THE ALEX & GEORGE MATHESON MEMORIAL QUAICH will be awarded to the
soloist (Junior Section) gaining the highest combined mark for Gaelic and Music in any
one Competition.

DONALD MACPHAIL TROPHY to be awarded to the competitor gaining the highest
mark in Competitions 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 or 7.

WILSON CHALLENGE CUP to be awarded to the competitor gaining the highest
points in Competition 10, 11, or 12.

GEORGE GUNN MEMORIAL SHIELD to be awarded to the competitor gaining the
highest points in Competitions 8 or 9.

THE PIPE MAJOR MACLEOD TROPHY will be awarded to the competitor gaining the
highest points in Competitions 13, 14, or 15.

THE ANGUS ROSS MEMORIAL SHIELD will be presented to the choir from a
Primary School gaining the highest marks in Gaelic.

THE JOHN GULLOCH MEMORIAL TROPHY will be presented to the Secondary Choir
with the highest marks in Gaelic.

Due to the changes in the Syllabus and Rules of the Royal National Mod it
would be advisable for anyone who intends to compete at the National Mod
to carefully check their entries and if in doubt to contact: An Comunn
Gàidhealach, Church Street, Inverness
Office Bearers


Chair Person

Raymond Bremner
CEÒLAS
1 Baikie Place
THRUMSTER
Caithness
KW1 5TS

Tel. 07765 420 971

Vice Chair Person

Christine Stone
Free Church Manse
CASTLETOWN
Caithness
KW14 8TP

Tel. 01847 821 321

Secretary

Graham Cameron
Croick House
Halladale
FORSINARD
Sutherland
KW13 6YT

Tel. 01641 571 241

								
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