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Details of International Contest Played at Dunnottar Quoiting Club, Stonehaven 29th July 2000

Scotland

Wales

Billy Falconer

Birkenshaw

21

Parry Evans

Llanybydder

15

Boyd Falconer

Birkenshaw

9

Aeron Griffiths

Saron

21

Graeme Eddie

Stonehaven

6

Russell Owen

Caersws

21

Alex McEwan

Glenburn

3

Brendon Lloyd

Caersws

21

Robert Black

Linwood

21

Alun Williams

Pumsaint

8

Hugh Cunningham

Birkenshaw

11

Emyr Edwards

Felinfach

21

Alexander Chalmers

Stonehaven

15

Dorian Thomas

Saron

21

Alex Millar

Glenburn

13

Nigel James

Felinfach

21

Alan Gauld

Stonehaven

21

Lewis Williams

Llanybydder

13

Kenny Hay

Birkenshaw

21

Barry Davies

Llanybydder

20


Total

141


Total

182

Welsh Team Captain, Parry Evans, Llanybydder

Scottish Team Captain, Billy Falconer, Birkenshaw

Welsh Team 2000

Back Row Standing L-R Aeron Griffiths, Emyr Edwards, Russell Owen, Brendon Lloyd, Euros Davies (Res), Pugh Jones (Res), Rev. Hywel Mudd President Welsh Quoiting Board

Front Row L-R Parry Evans, Alun Williams, Lewis Williams, Nigel James, Dorian Thomas, Barry Davies.

Scots Team 2000

Standing L-R Richie Gauld, Victor Kerr, Alex McKewen, Hugh Cunningham, Alexander Chalmers, Boyd Falconer, Graeme Eddie

Front Row L-R Alex Millar, Kenny Hay, Allan Gauld, Kenny Forbes (Res), Billy Falconer, Robert Black

Llanybydder Contingent Barry Davies, Euros Davies, Pugh Jones, Parry Evans, Lewis Williams

Caersws contingent Russell Owen (left) and Brendon Lloyd

Evening's presentations Hugh Cunningham, President of the Scottish Quoiting Association, presents Parry Evans, Welsh Captain with the winner's trophy.  Also pictured L-R are, Billy Falconer (Scots Captain), Robert Black (Scots Team "Man-of-the-Match"), and Brendon Lloyd (Welsh Team "Man of the Match").

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