Aberdeen Gaelic Choir success at Royal National Mòd

Aberdeen Gaelic Choir, who won Friday morning's prescribed puirt-a-beul choir competition, winning The Greenock Gaelic Choir Cup and the Jogn Macleod Carloway and Edinburgh Memorial Trophy. 17_T43_DM_ModFriday08

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Aberdeen Gaelic Choir, which boasts members from the Highlands and Islands, had a very successful Royal National Mòd 2019.

The choir won Friday morning’s prescribed puirt-a-beul competition, lifting The Greenock Gaelic Choir Cup and the John Macleod Carloway and Edinburgh Memorial Trophy.

Aberdeen are the first recipients of the commemorative bowl, named after the former president of An Comunn Gàidhealach, John MacLeod, which was awarded to the choir with the highest marks in Gaelic.