Chieftain

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Previous Chieftains

GamesYearChieftain
148th2019Robert Smith
147th2018Gray Allan
146th2017Jim Sneddon
145th2016Jimmy Kilday
144th2015Harry Fairley
143rd2014Steven McLeod
142nd2013Anthony John Ford
141st2012Airth Games cancelled
140th2011Mr Roderick F Jones, Director James Jones and Sons, Larbert
139th2010Gary Paterson, Paterson Garden Buildings Ltd
138th2009John Davidson, Eastfield Engineering
137th2008Pat Reid, Provost Falkirk Council
136th2007Sandy Telfor, Lawyer, D. L. A. Piper, Associates, Edinburgh
135th2006Alex Totten, Falkirk FC
134th2005Horst Schnur, Odenwald, Germany
133rd2004Alasdair Gillies, Scottish Singer, Mod Winner
132nd2003Bill Torrance, Beechgrove Garden & Radio presenter
131st2002Andrew Cameron, QPM, BA, Chief Constable, Central Scotland Police
130th2001Craig Martin, Councillor, Falkirk Council
129th2000John Cooper, Managing Director, Clan Storage, Easystore, Bonnybridge
128th1999Nicky Docherty, Presenter STV & Radio Clyde
127th1998John Nicol Jarvie Jnr, Director Airthreycare / Architect
126th1997Michael Connarty M.P.
125th1996Glen Snaddon, Sales Exec, MacLay Brewery, Alloa
124th1995W.J.M. Wilson, QPM, Chief Constable, Central Scotland Police
123rd1994Jack Gammie, Managing Director, Falcon Electrical Engineering
122nd1993Joe Kennedy, District Councillor
121st1992Art Sutter, Presenter Radio Scotland & Grampian TV
120th1991David Holmes, Chairman Falkirk Football Club
119th1990Anne Wallace, Convenor of Central Regional Council
118th1989Dennis Goldie, J.P., Provost Falkirk Council
117th1988John Tait, Past President Airth Highland Games after 61 years
116th1987Alan Devereux CBE, DL, Chairman Scottish Tourist Board