Crawley Results

Discussion in 'The Adjudicators' Comments' started by andywooler, May 16, 2005.

  1. andywooler

    andywooler Supporting Member

    Zone One Brass & Bradwell Silver

    Tops at The Hawth

    The 24th Annual Entertainment Contest, promoted by the Southern Counties Amateur Bands Association, was held at The Hawth, Crawley, on Sunday, 15th May, with Zone One Brass (Simon Dobson) and Bradwell Silver (Kenny Durbin) winning Sections A and B respectively.

    The adjudicator was Lyn Morgan.


    Section B

    1st: Bradwell Silver (Kenny Durbin) 89

    2nd: Hangleton (John Williams) 88

    3rd: Vectis Brass (Mary Teague) 87

    4th: Vectis Youth Brass (Mary Teague) 86

    5th: Solent Youth (Wesley Garner) 85

    6th: Chichester Youth Brass (Kevin Webb) 83

    7th: Shanklin Town Band (Malcolm Lewis) 82

    8th: Godalming (David Wright) 80

    9th: Mayfield (Roy Fuller) 78

    10th: L.G.B. Brass (Ian Stewart) 72

    Highest unplaced Youth/3rd Section Band: Solent Youth (Wesley Garner)

    Highest placed Youth Band: Vectis Youth Brass (Mary Teague)

    Best soloist: David Harris (euphonium) Bradwell Silver

    Best trombone section: Vectis Brass

    Best compere/conductor: David Wright (Godalming)

    Section A

    1st: Zone One Brass (Simon Dobson) 91

    2nd: Ocean Brass (Nick Grace) 88

    3rd: Brighton & Hove City Brass (Martin Buss) 86

    4th: City of Cambridge Brass (Craig Patterson) 85

    Highest unplaced 1st Section Band: Brighton & Hove City Brass (Martin Buss)

    Best soloist: David Hopkin (flugel horn) Zone One Brass

    Best performed march: Zone One Brass (Simon Dobson)

    The SCABA website will be updated this evening!
  2. DublinBass

    DublinBass Supporting Member

    That's brillant!! They played the Imperial March from Empire Strikes Back (quite well I might add)
  3. HBB

    HBB Active Member

    You said Pat, that you wanted them to win the best march!
  4. Cornishwomble

    Cornishwomble Active Member

    Were there only 4 bands in Section A? Last year I did it with Chichester and there were a few more bands than that

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