Grand Shield Results

Discussion in 'The Adjudicators' Comments' started by Deano, May 8, 2004.

  1. Deano

    Deano Member

    1. Sellers International, Philip McCann, 19
    2. Rothwell Temperance, David Roberts, 12
    3. Desford Colliery, Peter Parkes, 20
    4. Kibworth, John Berryman, 13
    5. Travelsphere Holidays, David Stowell, 5
    6. Hepworth, Mark Bentham, 14
    7. JAG Mount Charles, Bryan Hurdley, 21
    8. Innovate Skelmanthorpe, Kevin Wadsworth, 18
    9. Flowers, Philip Harper, 4
    10. Fishburn, Ian McElligott, 10
    11. Beaumaris, Morten E Hansen, 3
    12. Jaguar (Coventry), David Lea, 11
    13. Leyland, Garry Cutt, 1
    14. Besses o' th' Barn, Steven Sykes, 15
    15. Aveley & Newham, Nigel Taken, 22
    16. Redbridge, Melvin White, 6
    17. Glossop Old, James Cant, 9
    18. East Yorkshire Motor Services, Gareth Pritchard, 7
    19. Stocksbridge, Derek Renshaw, 16
    20. Newstead Welfare, Duncan Beckley, 8
    21. Lindley, Neil Jowett, 17
    22. United Co-operatives Yorkshire Brass, John Roberts, 2

    Best soloist: Soprano - Desford
  2. Kerwintootle

    Kerwintootle Member

    Congratulations Sellers, Rothwell and Desford :D . Eek! Leyland nightmare draw. :cry: :shock:
  3. The Cornet King

    The Cornet King Active Member

    Yay 2 Yorkshire bands at the top :D

    Congratulations everyone! :D
  4. Golden-Hynd

    Golden-Hynd Member

    Congratulations to every1 who played today! Especially Rothwell! One place higher than you asked for John! Well done, sure you played well! Send my regards to Tom and I'll see you both in a couple of weeks!!

  5. Sellers_Bird

    Sellers_Bird Active Member

    AVE IT!!! woooooooooooooooooo hoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo! :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D
  6. stripybananas

    stripybananas Member


    congratulations to all involved, especially kibworth! I'm sure all players are really pleased with the result particularly after the recent events in the areas!
  7. drummergurl

    drummergurl Active Member

    lol well done to all who played, unlucky to leyland, i didnt hear u play but im sure u played well
  8. Mike S

    Mike S Member

    Well, I got 4 out of the top 6 from my predictions in March and Leyland had a nightmare draw off 1. Hepworth played very credibly and did justice to themselves. The top three bands deserved to qualify and I agree with Roy Newsome's comments that these three will fit soundly in the Open in September. This means that there are now 8 bands from Yorkshire in the Open - the top 6 from the areas (YBS, Dyke, Brighouse, Sellers, Grimey and Rothwell) plus Imps and Carlton Main - a good representation!
  9. johnflugel

    johnflugel Active Member

    BRAVO :lol:
  10. IcklePablo

    IcklePablo Member

    Well done Sellers. A thouroughy deserved win.
  11. Naomi McFadyen

    Naomi McFadyen New Member

    Congrats to the qualifiers :)
  12. IcklePablo

    IcklePablo Member

    this is to the sop player (from besses i think) that played twice 2day, one after the other. You have my respect. And on such a demanding test piece for sop aswell. Good man :wink:
  13. ploughboy

    ploughboy Active Member

    well done everyone, top three best of luck going forward to "open", and the TOP two, you'll do yorkshire proud I'm sure. Looking forward to seeing Rothwell on the open stage.
  14. bill_p

    bill_p New Member

    :D :D Did any of you hear Rothwell? I thought they played better than I thought they wouldafter reading 4barsrest. look out shedophone, think your seat is in trouble.
    I must say bass drum is ace, espeially when you can't play conet rite lyk mee.
  15. bill_p

    bill_p New Member

    Oh, and dont forget the third cornet team - nice one. The cooker did well......
  16. bill_p

    bill_p New Member

    just wanted to see if my foto cum uo when i came on the world wide web. Must say after hanging around behind the basses during one of the greatest performances ever they were sensational like a well oiled shredder with *beep* like 13 foot gorillas with guns and nives, n shit.
  17. deave

    deave Member

  18. McChambo

    McChambo Member

    Congratulations to Sellers!!

    Wee Kay on soprano along with McCann's direction on Les Preludes was always going to be a winner. :wink:
  19. Mike S

    Mike S Member

    I heard them and although there were slips in Euph, solo cornet and sop the overall sound was one of the best on the day. The soprano was certainly amongst the best and his slight slip must have cost him the soloist prize to Desford's sop who was also very good. 4BR don't seem to like Rothwell, for whatever reason, as they never seem to predict them in the prizes but recently they have come up with consistent results. Well done to the band!
  20. SoloBaritone

    SoloBaritone Member

    We're going to the Open, we're going to the Open!!

    COME ON SELLERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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