ANyone going to the North Wales Contest

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  1. stopher

    stopher Member

    Apart from Dyl and one or two others on here, how many going to Rhyl for this contest next saturday?
     
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  3. twm_trombone

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    I wont be going but i'll be eager to find out the results afterwards, so could any of the tMP Members which are going to the Rally post the results here.
     
  4. BurgerBoy

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    Wrexham Brass are there, although I can't play on the day (other committments!). As soon as I can, I'll pop the results up!!
     
  5. dyl

    dyl Active Member

    NORTH WALES BRASS BAND CHAMPIONSHIPS
    held at Rhyl Town Hall, Saturday 22nd November 2003


    Adjudicator for all sections was Mr. Alan Lawton
    All Sections: March & Own Choice Test Piece


    FULL RESULTS:

    Youth Section 6A:
    1st - Beaumaris Youth A (P. Hughes) - 88 points
    2nd - Northop Youth A (K. Stott) - 86 points
    3rd - Dyffryn Nantlle Youth (S. Massey) - 83 points

    Youth Section 6B:
    1st - Northop Youth B (K. Stott) - 82 points
    2nd - Porthaethwy Youth (S. Massey) - 80 points
    3rd - Llanrug Youth (M. Thomas) - 78 points
    =4th - Beamaris Youth B (F. Evans) - 76 points
    =4th - Royal Oakley Youth (D.A. Jones) - 76 points

    Best Performance of a March in the Youth Sections: Beaumaris Youth A
    Best Soloist in the Youth Section: Solo Trombone, Northop Youth A

    Section Four:
    1st - Porthaethwy (G.W. Saynor) - 84 points
    2nd - Llandudno (C. Wolfendale) - 82 points
    3rd - Holywell Town (D.G. Davies) - 80 points
    4th - Abergynolwyn (A.R. Williams) - 78 points
    5th - Gwernaffield (J. Pemberton) - 76 points
    6th - Dyffryn Nantlle (S. Massey) - 74 points

    Best Performance of a March in Section Four: Abergynolwyn
    Best Soloist in Section Four: Solo Horn, Porthaethwy

    Section Three:
    1st - Conwy Town (K. Jones) - 85 points
    2nd - Porthaethwy (G.W. Saynor) - 84 points
    3rd - Beaumaris B (P. Hughes) - 83 points

    Best Performance of a March in Section Three: Conwy Town
    Best Soloist in Section Three: Principal Cornet, Conwy Town

    Section Two:
    1st - Llanrug (G.W. Saynor) - 88 points
    2nd - Deiniolen (W. Williams) - 87 points

    Best Performance of a March in Section Two: Deiniolen
    Best Soloist in Section Two: Principal Cornet, Deiniolen

    Best Bass Trombone in Sections Two and Three: Beaumaris B

    Open Section:
    1st - Rhyl Silver (G. Westwood) - 88 points
    2nd - Wrexham Brass (W. Ruston) - 87 points

    Best Performance of a March in Open Section: Wrexham Brass
    Best Soloist in Open Section: Euphonium, Wrexham Brass
     
  6. stopher

    stopher Member

    Section 4

    1- Porthaethwy Menai Bridge
    2 - LLandudno Town
    3 - Holywell

    Best March - Abergynolwyn
    Best Soloist - Amy Philips, Horn, Porthaethwy

    Section 3

    As Dyl said.

    Best March - Conwy
    Best Soloist - Wesley Heath, Cornet, Conwy

    BEst Bass Trom in section 2 and 3 - Kev from Beaumaris B

    Youth Sections

    6 A

    1 - Beaumaris A
    2 - Northop
    3 - Nantlle

    6 B

    1 - Northop
    2 - Porthaethwy
    3 - Llanrug

    And my head's still banging!!!!
     
  7. dyl

    dyl Active Member

    Cheers Chris! I've amended my original post to include your additions (and more). Congratulations to all the prize-winners.
     
  8. twm_trombone

    twm_trombone Member

    Yeah!!! Congratulations to all the prize winners, especially in the youth sections !! It's nice to see so many youngsters contributing to the Brass Band movement !!! It's a shame that some of the older and better bands don't take note and make some sort of effort to turn up ! The "Rally" would be so much better with the inclusion of these bands.
     
  9. dyl

    dyl Active Member

    Agree 100% Great turnout in the lower sections - extremely disappointing in the higher sections though.

    PS. Sut mae hi'n mynd yng Nghaerdydd?
     

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