Butlins - Draw and Results

tuba1974

Member
sad to see imps in 9th, I was in when they played whats happend to this great band

You tell us, if you heard us what did you think?
Well for me, I,m only a player, not an adjudicator, Ist and 2nd movement very good, you have good soloist, yourself the best, lovely sound, 3rd too fast very untidy , 4th good, overall for me, it lacked life, and stile, but I thought it was a very good safe proformance, but its up to them in the box, but lets not go there, hope you and the band can get back to the top section ASAP where that great name in banding belongs.:tup
 

awizzbang

New Member
Anybody see the youth section or know what the results are, I've heard Enderby Youth came third

Results just posted on 4bars rest

1. Youth Brass 2000, Chris Jeans, 6
2. Lions Youth Brass, Nigel Birch, 1
3. Enderby Youth, Trevor Hounsome, 3
4. Shirland Miners Welfare, Andrew Dennis, 2

Unplaced:

Coleshill Town Youth, Stephen Fagg, 4
Gresley Colliery Youth, Peter Hylton, 5
 
Results courtesy of 4BR


Third Section:

Venue: Royal Arthur Suite, Butlins Skyline Resort
Date: Saturday, 23rd January
Test Piece: Diamonds (Tom Moss)
Adjudicators: Alan Fernie and Lt Col. Chris Davis

1. Delph, Phil Goodwin, 11
2. Hitchin, Martin Hurrell,3
3. Amington, Wesley Kendrick, 10
4. Burbage (Buxton), Steve Critchley, 9

Highest Placed Mining Band: Shirebrook MW Unison

Well done to Hitchin. Our conductor by the way is Craig Patterson, not Martin Hurrell!
 

steve butler

Active Member
Just a thought - a few odd results are only to be expected this year with such disruption to bands preparation due to the bad weather. Taking nothing away from successful bands of course, but I would'nt read too much into the odd unexpected placing or two.
 

blondie

Member
Thanks Roger, it was a good day. perhaps a few slips but helped by a great percussion section as well. Thanks again.
 

critic

Member
Just a thought - a few odd results are only to be expected this year with such disruption to bands preparation due to the bad weather. Taking nothing away from successful bands of course, but I would'nt read too much into the odd unexpected placing or two.

I agree its been dificult for most of the bands ie weather conditions but overall most bands have coped with it and the contest has been a succsess .The late start to the championship section saturday threw some bands rehersal plans askew but these things happen.
 

sugarandspice

Active Member
Any ideas why it's taking 4br so long to upload the full list of results for each section?

And has anyone else noticed their (new-found?) inability to proof read live commentaries?
 

iancwilx

Well-Known Member
Just a thought - a few odd results are only to be expected this year with such disruption to bands preparation due to the bad weather. Taking nothing away from successful bands of course, but I would'nt read too much into the odd unexpected placing or two.

Most of the bands had the same nationwide disruptions so I guess that makes it an even playing field.

- Mr Wilx (With great respect)
 

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