Paddy's Yeovil - 2011

Discussion in 'The Adjudicators' Comments' started by Paddy Flower, Jan 25, 2011.

  1. Paddy Flower

    Paddy Flower Active Member

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    Flowers come here looking for their fourth win in five years and on the back of a £7k outing to Skegness last weekend.

    As they were absent last year that means they haven't been beaten here since 2006 although I dare say Tredegar would have given them one hell of a fight last year.

    Here's your first show...

    Flowers - 5/4 fav perhaps not going to have it all their own way
    Tongwynlais - 11/4 what a prospect they've become in recent times
    Woodfalls - 13/2 regular visitors here, they come with arguably they best chance ever
    BTM - 15/2
    Aveley & Newham - 12/1
    Mount Charles - 14/1
    Camborne - 16/1 gotta be worth an e/w punt at that price
    Friary Guildford - 25/1
    St. Austell - 40/1
    St. Dennis - 66/1
    Wantage - 150/1
    Sherborne - 250/1

    I'm ready to take your Paddy Pound bets on this contest.
    E-mail paddy_flower@yahoo.com for details on how to enter
    "Paddy's Fantasy Brass Band League"
     
  2. Euph1

    Euph1 New Member

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    Going to be an Interesting year I think.
     
  3. Paddy Flower

    Paddy Flower Active Member

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    Not gonna be the same without the added needle of Wales v England clash, they're playing tonight instead so bragging rights for one camp from the off.

    Here's your final prices ahead of tomorrow's Octogan Odyssey...

    Flowers - 6/5 fav (from 5/4) Strengthening
    Tongwynlais - 3/1 (11/4)
    Woodfalls - 6/1 (13/2) Could it be their year?
    BTM - 15/2 Holding firm
    Camborne - 14/1 (16/1) Still seems a long price for the Cornishmen
    Aveley & Newham - 16/1 (12/1)
    Mount Charles - 18/1 (14/1)
    Friary Guildford - 33/1 (25/1) The reigning National First Section Champions let's not forget
    Wantage - 40/1 (150/1) V.Popular with tMPers, no interest from the league, who's right? we'll soon see
    St. Austell - 40/1
    St. Dennis - 66/1
    Sherborne - 350/1 (250/1) Couldn't give 'em away if I dipped 'em in honey and rolled 'em in sugar

    It's not too late to enter the fantasy Yeovil Contest
    E-mail paddy_flower@yahoo.com for details on how to enter
    "Paddy's Fantasy Brass Band League"
     
  4. Bass Man

    Bass Man Active Member

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    I'll be sticking my Paddy Pennies on Flowers
     
  5. MissBraz

    MissBraz Active Member

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    Any results???
     
  6. fartycat

    fartycat Member

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    1 Woodfalls 196
    2. BTM 194
    3. Mount Charles 193
    4. Flowers 192
     
  7. towse1972

    towse1972 Active Member

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    Blimey!
     
  8. davethehorny

    davethehorny Member

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    A result that could make for a very interesting West of England Area in Torquay next month.

    Any other positions anyone?
     
  9. tromguy3

    tromguy3 New Member

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    Oh dear.......

    The only thing missing from mr hardys results was Laurel.....
     
  10. ilovespheres

    ilovespheres Member

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    Well done BTM! Hope it's a good year for them! :clap:
     
  11. jonesbp

    jonesbp Member

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    Full Results Were:

    1. Woodfalls
    2. BTM
    3. Mount Charles
    4. Flowers
    5. Tongwynlais
    6. Aveley & Newham
    7. Cambourne
    8. Friary Guildford
    9. Sherborne
    10. St Austell
    11. St Dennis
    12. Wantage
     
  12. MightyForester

    MightyForester Member

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    why?????
     
  13. Garry Lannie

    Garry Lannie New Member

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    Best Sop Woodfalls Mark Pye
    Best Besses mount Charles
    Best Soloist Tenor Horn BTM


    heard every band

    great playing from BTM
    flowers
    Woodfalls
    Friary
    mount Charles

    not in any order

    could of put them in any positions


    enjoyed Tongwynlais my wife put them 1st no it wasn't her who wolf whistled to phil harper
     
  14. Accidental

    Accidental Supporting Member

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    that was our bass trom player.... possibly the result of talking too many whacks on the head!

    I didn't hear anyone else today, but it was a great atmosphere and we came off stage happy - can't ask for much more really.

    Big congrats to Woodfalls and the other prize winners :clap:
     
  15. Alyn James

    Alyn James Member

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    Congratulations to Woodfalls ( RAH and The Open this year?).
    And huge thanks to the Yeovil audience. What an atmosphere! What a buzz!! :clap:
     
  16. shetan

    shetan New Member

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    Great day , congrats to Woodfalls although for me it was Flowers (best sounding band of the day ).
    Also well done to Mount Charles and my friends in the Euph /Bari section.
     
  17. shetan

    shetan New Member

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    What your trying to say, it was you Gary that whistled at Mr Harper ?
     
  18. supersplit

    supersplit Member

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    4 bars rest seem to have ignored Yeovil, why?
     
  19. tubafran

    tubafran Active Member

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    what programmes did each band play?
     
  20. cockaigne

    cockaigne Member

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    Unusual, given the Welsh presence, which usually seems to draw their best and least biased reporting ;)
     
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