Glasgow’s Royal National Mòd is proving a success for Barra competitors, with badges of gold, silver and bronze already set to come back to the island.
Saturday’s junior piping competitions began the successes, with Craig MacNeil from Castlebay School taking gold playing a Gaelic air on the chanter and Donald MacLean following close behind with a bronze medal.
Eosaph Galbraith continued the winning streak on Saturday playing a jig on the pipes and winning a silver badge for his efforts.
And on Monday Eoligarry School’s Robbie Donald MacLean, aged eight, took gold in the solo singing for learners.
Childrens’ competitions conclude today with solo, duet and choral singing, story-telling and bible reading among the disciplines to be decided.