As is traditional on the Saturday morning at the end of Royal National Mod week,all the choirs which took part on the competitions gathered on Saturday October 20 2012 in Dunoon town centre for one last sing-along.
Dingwall Gaelic Choir took the coveted Lovat and Tullibardine Shield home for the fourth time in five years –and also The Oban Times Silver Salver for the highest marks in music.
Còisir Ghàidhlig an Òbain came a creditable fourth out of 10 in what is the Gaelic choral singing world’s toughest competition.
In the solo competitions,the Gold Medals went to Eilidh Davies,Invergarry and Calum MacLeòid,Dùn Èideann and the Traditional Gold to Cairistìona Stone,Caithness and Alex MacDonald,North Lanarkshire.
For five full pages of photos and stories from the second half of the Royal National Mod in Dunoon,see The Oban Times,October 25 2012 or on line at www.obantimes.co.uk/digital