Who's going to win the Whitburn Contest??

Discussion in 'The Rehearsal Room' started by YPLMO, Oct 30, 2003.

  1. YPLMO

    YPLMO New Member

    Might as well start the ball rolling.

    Will Kinneil make it a hat trick?? Will Scottish Co-op stroll to victory or will the winner come from Newtongrange or Carriden or Broxburn??

    No-one has done the hat trick, could this be a first?
  2. Borfeo

    Borfeo Member

    As much as it pains me to say this, I have a feeling it will be the Co's day, although Kinneil will probably push them hard. after that it'll be a struggle between ourselves Nitten and Bo'ness, I'd like to see us taking another third place but it will be hard, still in a bit of transition, lot of new faces and a new MD.

    Good luck to all TMPers though!!
  3. wewizrobbed

    wewizrobbed Member

    why does it pain you to say you think the co will win?! :? :shock:

    scottish co-op :p
  4. Kerwintootle

    Kerwintootle Member

    I was just about to ask the same question!

    See you tonight Luce.
  5. Moy

    Moy Active Member

    Just going to enjoy playing and meet up with old pals.
    If we get a good result then thats a bonus........team building at the moment and Jamesie is doing a great job with us.
    Have just moved onto solo horn and loving it to bits.......cya all on Saturday. :roll: :wink:
  6. floral_dance

    floral_dance Member

    must say you look very smart in your uniform Moira. will look out for you Saturday and say hello if I recognise you. :?
  7. floral_dance

    floral_dance Member

    Forgot to say, I think the Co will win :) Good luck to all taking part.
  8. Richard Dyson

    Richard Dyson Member

    Cat amongst the pigeons time. I think that Kinneil may closely edge it from the Co. Nothing to do with quality just feel that the Co have so much on their plates with the nationals, spennymoor, Scottish Open and Whitburn that this may just pass them by. Newtongrange could be up there as well and don't discount Johnstone who always put up a lively show in entertainments competitions.

    Speaking of which, in Scotland the only test piece contest now is the Scottish Area. When do bands in Scotland get to play real test pieces?? I see an opening for a good old traditional test piece cotest - anyone going to take this forward?
    Richard Dyson
    Whitburn Band
  9. Borfeo

    Borfeo Member

    It's a very simple answer......I'm playing against you :?

    Nothing malicious, just I like to win, I don't get to do it a lot these days.

    Still, I'll be in listening to you guys, as long as you promise Charlie won't blow the roof off the school :twisted:
  10. Moy

    Moy Active Member

    Don't think I'll recognise you from your photo though :wink:
  11. floral_dance

    floral_dance Member

  12. Wutburn

    Wutburn New Member

    Awrite troops! Just to say that i dinnae know every bond gawn but i hink the so will win it. Tap three will probably be co, kinniel and nitton in nae particular order. C yeez efter (Saturday) Cannae believe im no on the bar! Pish! :dunno :evil:
  13. lornamac

    lornamac New Member

    Any results yet??
  14. Normans

    Normans New Member

    Hi Lorna

    The results so far as I can remember

    1) Kinneil
    2) Scottish Co-Op
    3) Johnstone

    Kinneil won most of the instrumental prizes apart from; Horn - Co-op,
    Basses - Co-op, Percussion - Johnstone.
    I Am just going for a pint with Kenny Crookston, so I will post the rest when i return, assuming they have not already been posted and if I can still type!!!
  15. Moy

    Moy Active Member

    1 Unison Kinneil (Alan Ramsay) 194
    2 Scottish Co-op (Raymond Tennant) 193
    3 Johnstone (Gavin Lindsay) 192
    4 Granite City Brass (David James) 191
    5 Newtongrange(Alan Duguid) 190
    6 Clacmannan District ( James Smith) 189
    7 Shotts St Patrick’s Brass (Simon Kerwin) 188
    8 Bo’ness & Carriden (Chris Bradley) 187
    9 Kirkintilloch Kelvin Brass (Alastair Orr) 185
    10 Renfrew Burgh (Charles Keenan) 184
    11 Jedforest Instrumental (Cameron Mabon) 183
    12 Irvine & Dreghorn (John Boax) 182
    13 Broxburn Public (Bruce Wallace) 181
    14 Kilmarnock Concert Brass (Andrew Keachie) 180

    Unison Kinneil also won: Best solist, Best Cornet, Best Euphonium, Best Baritone, Best Trombone and most entertaining programme.
    Scottish Co-op won; Best Basses and Best Horn
    Johnstone won Best Percussion
    Adjudicator: Andrew Duncan

    Facilties were much improved and the catering was excellent at Whitburn Academy.

    Edited because everytime I put 8 with a bracket round it I got a 8)
  16. floral_dance

    floral_dance Member

    does anyone know what Shotts played in their programme as they finished quite high and won best second section band. I never heard them but heard they were good.

    Well done!!!!
  17. floral_dance

    floral_dance Member

    Nice to meet you Moy, and well done to Granite city just missed the prizes.
  18. Moy

    Moy Active Member

    Good morning floral_dance.
    Nice meeting up with you yesterday...even though it was brief.
    Didn't get home 'till late....long drive back to Aberdeen.
    Sorry couldn't tell you what Shotts played but I know many of our band were impressed with Kinneils performance.
    Thanks...we were really pleased with 4th and it made a long journey home a happy one.
  19. TheDoc

    TheDoc New Member

    We'll for all of you who had sore heeds :hammer and were in doubt to who would win or pull of the HAT TRICK!!!

    Have one on us :guiness

    from thedoc Unison Kinneil Band
  20. YPLMO

    YPLMO New Member

    Congratulations to Unison Kinneil on their success at the Whitburn Contest on Saturday.

    They put in a great performance and seem to be getting better each time I hear them. A great band sound.

    Co-op played very well but Kinneil deserved the victory. Should make for an interesting Scottish Championships next year.

    Congrats again and I look forward to hearing all the bands at the Scottish Open.

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