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Provincial Grand Lodge Sporting Events

Crabbie Bowling 2023

614 Winners 2023

After an enjoyable afternoons bowling at Crieff Lodge Ben Ledi No.614 emerged as the victors of the Crabbie Bowling Competition. Having tied on points with runners up Lodge St. James No.171 it all came down to shots for and against with 614 having the better score.

Our thanks once again to Lodge St. Michael No.38 for hosting the competition and the ladies for providing a fine buffet.

Provincial Grand Master Brother William Semple is pictured presenting the teams with their spoils.

Lodge Ben Ledi No.614 - Crabbie Bowling Winners 2023

171 Runners Up 2023

Lodge St. James No.171 - Crabbie Bowling R-Up 2023

PGL Angling 2023

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After a challenging days fishing at frandy fishery the winners of the 2023 angling Competition were Bro's Ian McGregor and Mike Carry of Lodge Tay & Lyon No.276 with a bag of 8 fish for 17lb 7oz.The heaviest fish weighing in at 2lb 14oz was caught by Bro. Graham Milroy also of Lodge 276.

Our thanks go to Bro. Don McPherson and Lodge St. Michael No.38 for organising the day

PGL Angling 2022

The result of today's PGL Angling Competition for The Breachaich Trophy was as follows.

Winners were Alan Brock and Don McPherson of Lodge St. Michael No.38.....Again! Congratulations, I think that's 3 years running. You should get to keep the trophy!

The best individual basket outwith the Winning Pair was Ian MacGregor of Lodge Tay & Lyon No. 276.

The best fish outwith the Winning Pair and Best Basket was SPGM Martin Cockburn. Well done Bubbles, who said you never win?

Sadly only three Lodges and the PGL took part but at least every competitor caught fish.

Our thanks go to Don McPherson of Lodge St. Michael No.38 for making the arrangements and to the SPGM for officiating.

Hopefully next year will see a return to a normal number of competitors.

Thomson Trophy 2022

Crabbie Bowling 2021

After a great day's bowling and a bit of coaching from the PGL team in the first game, congratulations to Lodge Ben Ledi No.614 on taking the Crabbie Bowling Trophy back to Callander. Thanks also to Derek Cramb, Dave Mcinally and all the guys from No.38 not forgetting Avis and Mo for making the event happen . Great to be socialising again

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PGL Angling 2021

A successful day for the PGL Angling competition today at Loch Frandy Fishery. A total of 42 fish caught, the winning team was Don Macpherson and Alan Brock from Lodge St.Michael No.38. Heaviest fish was won by Mike Carry, Tay & Lyon No.276 which weighed in at 2lb 9oz.

A big thank you to Don MacPherson for organising the competition and Frandy Fishery for hosting it once again

Thomson Golf 2021

A great day was had at this years Provincial Golf  competition at St. Fillans golf club 

Many thanks to all who participated, everyone had a great time despite the poor weather to start off.

Congratulations to Bro's Calum Ross and Mark Bacon of 269 for winning the Thompson Trophy and to Bro's David Thomson and Morgan McDonald from Fife for winning the visitors prize

Longest drive was won by Callum Ross of 269 and nearest the hole by Sandy Campbell No. 614

Thanks also to St Fillans golf course for their hospitality and catering

Looking forward to next years event

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The PGLPW Thomson golf competition took place on Saturday 19th September at Callander Golf Club under glorious conditions. The United Lodge of Dunkeld No. 14 comprising Martin McCaffrey and Ken Newton secured the trophy with net 63 with Lodge St Michael No. 38 running them close second with net 64. All in all it was a great day out in the sunshine and a few £££'s raised for charity. Well done to Sandy Campbell and John Bryce for organising and we all look forward to next year 

Thomson Golf 2020