Crawley Results

Discussion in 'The Adjudicators' Comments' started by louise0502, May 16, 2004.

  1. louise0502

    louise0502 Member

    These are the results for the B section:

    1 - St Sebastian Wokingham - 78
    2 - Sandhurst Silver - 75
    3 - Hangleton - 74

    Highest unplaced youth/3rd section band - Mayfield
    Highest Placed Youth Band - Chichester Youth Brass
    Best Soloist - Soprano - St Sebastian Wokingham
    Best Trombone Section - St Sebastian Wokingham
    Best Compere/Conductor - St Sebastian Wokingham

    Well done to everyone and especially St Sebastian Wokingham!
  2. WhatSharp?

    WhatSharp? Active Member

    Do you know where Egham came?, predicting last! :) , brave effort tho'
  3. louise0502

    louise0502 Member

    not sure. weren't placed. but then again nor were we. is there anyone out there who stuck around long enough to get the full results?
  4. Nigel Hall

    Nigel Hall Supporting Member

    Amersham 6th
  5. MRSH

    MRSH Supporting Member

    B Section - I know (think!!!!!!) Oxted were 8th

    A Section

    1st = Lindjberg (sp!!)
    2nd = Friary Guildford (Yea - Go Friary, Go Friary!!!!!! 8) 8) 8) )
    3rd = Staines

    Best Soloist - Alder Valley
    Best March - Friary Guildford (Ditto - the above)
  6. WhatSharp?

    WhatSharp? Active Member

    Well done Friary.

    Was good to bump into a few tMPers : Nigel at MMI, MRSH & Accidental
  7. Accidental

    Accidental Supporting Member

    Woo hoo!!

    Didn't hear the Belgians (I can't spell it either :lol: ) but apparently they were fab, so don't mind them beating us. We've won the march prize 3 years in a row now - does that mean we get to keep the cup?! :lol:

    Huge thanks to Gareth (GJG) and MrsH :D
  8. MRSH

    MRSH Supporting Member

    I "bumped" in to Trigger whilst setting up/taking down percussion gear.

    Unfortunately, didn't get to speak to Dan - missed each other again :!: :!: although you do build a mean a drum kit :D :wink: :D
  9. Tuba Miriam

    Tuba Miriam Member

    We weren't there, didn't even enter! Do you mean Egham Junior Brass?
  10. Dave Payn

    Dave Payn Active Member

    And I bumped into you, Steve! ;-) Listen, I know it's getting a habit with me playing at rehearsals and concerts with YWD... 8) :lol:

    Didn't bump into any others 'cos after a weekend of two jobs, a rehearsal and a contest over the weekend, I was ready to drop!

    I should say, though, that I thoroughly enjoyed guesting for YWD at the Winston Churchill Hall in Ruislip on Saturday. Both band and choir (Jubilate Ladies) were on fine form throughout and I forgot, Steve, to congratulate you and Dave on a mellifluous Pie Jesu duet!

    And if there are any Sandhurst Silver Band on here, I thoroughly enjoyed my experience with you for Crawley and the preceding rehearsals! Band gave a very good account of themselves. Both YWD and Sandhurst have been making a habit of this in contests in recent years, and it is obvious in their performances that both are brimming with confidence! Thanks to both bands for having me!

  11. Accidental

    Accidental Supporting Member

    Awwww Dave, and I was beginning to think that you're either fictional, or avoiding me! (what's Alan been saying?) :lol:
  12. Dave Payn

    Dave Payn Active Member

    Fictional, definitely! ;-)
  13. WhatSharp?

    WhatSharp? Active Member

    Yes (sorry, it was late and I was posting in a haze of caffine)
  14. WhatSharp?

    WhatSharp? Active Member

    And many thanks for helping us out!

    Glad you enjoyed yourself, TBH the band is going great at the moment and I had a great time Saturday night, can't remember when I've enjoyed a concert as much (mind you the audience helped, they were terrific).
  15. BassoProfundo

    BassoProfundo Member

    The Belgians were superb - congratulations to them retaining the trophy they won last year. Incredible to think they're only graded as 1st Section in Belgium :shock:

    Hopefully one of our Championship section bands will stop them doing the hat -trick next year. :D
  16. Accidental

    Accidental Supporting Member

    Full results from SCABA:


    1. St. Sebastian Wokingham, 78
    2. Sandhurst Silver, 75
    3. Hangleton, 74
    4. Mayfield, 68
    5. Chichester Youth Brass, 66
    6. Amersham, 65
    7. Solent Youth, 63
    8. Oxted, 62
    9. Egham Junior Brass, 60

    Highest unplaced 3rd Section Band: Mayfield – Roy Fuller
    Highest placed Youth Band: Chichester Youth Brass
    Best Soloist: Richard Marley – Sop – St. Sebastian Wokingham
    Best Trombone Section: St. Sebastian Wokingham
    Best Compere: Bruce Gentry – St. Sebastian Wokingham


    1. Noord Limburgse Brassband, 93
    2. Friary Guildford, 90
    3. Staines Brass, 87
    4. Alder Valley Brass, 84
    5. Chichester City, 83
    6. Brighton Silver, 82
    7. Wantage Silver, 81
    8. Epsom & Ewell Silver, 73

    Highest unplaced 1st section band: Alder Valley Brass – Neil Skipper
    Best soloist: Vibraphone – Alder Valley Brass
    Best performed March: Friary Guildford – Keith Maxwell

    Breakdown of points: Music = 60, Entertainment value = 30, Deportment/presentation = 10

    (We'll try harder next year Alan! :wink: )
  17. Trigger

    Trigger Member

    Hello, I've been told to call you Mrs H :lol: by none other than accidental. :wink: Good day and results seemed pretty good to me, well considering I only heard 1 band. Nice to have met you MRSH :D
  18. MRSH

    MRSH Supporting Member

    Hee-Hee. She's a cheeky mare. Did you think I was a bit of a woman then :oops: 8) :oops: 8)

    You too Trigger.
  19. Accidental

    Accidental Supporting Member

  20. the fish

    the fish Member

    A poor day for us!

    Wasn't at the hall long enough to meet any TMP'ers. Did the draw (Contest Secretary job!) played & headed for the town

    Never mind the beer was good in Crawley Centre, not sure about the cycle race round the centre that was going on though....far too much like exercise :!: