Duke of Rothesay Trophy
Awarded to the Overall Winner of the Heavy Events Competition.
Craigie Macfie Memorial Trophy
Also awarded to the Overall Winner of the Heavy Events’ Competition but, unlike the Duke of Rothesay Trophy, it can be taken off the island if the winner is not a Bute resident.
John Macfie Memorial Trophy
In memory of the late John Macfie, who passed away in 2017, his wife Margaret, and family, thoughtfully donated a trophy to Bute Highland Games. The trophy is awarded to the competitor, male or female, with most points in the Scot’s Hammer.
Bute Highland Games Salver
Clan Currie Shield
Both awarded to the overall winner
of the women's events.
Operated under Scottish Athletics’ Laws & Rules
Open to men and women
In addition to the trophies being competed for the following prizes will be awarded :
Bute Highland Games will contribute towards travel expenses at their discretion
All competitors must appear and compete in “kilt & hose”
In sponsored events, no competitor shall be allowed to wear any prominent form of advertising except where the advertisement relates to the firm or company supporting the event
Once an event has started competitors arriving late will only be permitted throws in rounds not yet completed within their assigned event
Senior heavy events are due to commence at approximately 1.00.pm, all competitors should report to Alan Pettigrew on the field no later than 12.45.pm on the day
Events may not run on the day in the sequence shown
All the above events will be held on grass at The Public Stadium in Rothesay
£5.00 per competitor for men and women
(Entries will not be processed unless fees have been paid)
ENTRY FORM Click here
(Competitors are reminded they must pre-register their entry, regrettably entries on the day cannot be accepted)
If further assistance is required please contact:
Tel.No. – 01294 538179
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