SCABA Hove Contest results

super_sop

Supporting Member
results so far courtesy of Aardvark.

3rd section:
1st Shanklin Town Brass
2nd Thundersley Brass
3rd Mole Valley Silver
Best instrumentalist- solo cornet Shanklin
Best horn section Thundersly
Best conductor Shanklin town.

Youth section:
1st Hangleton
2nd Shanklin Town.
March Hangleton
Best Conductor Hangleton

2nd section
1st Yiewsley & West Drayton
2nd Cranbrook Town
3rd LGB Brass
Best instrumentalist- solo cornet Yiewsley & West Drayton
Best trom section Yiewsley & West Drayton
Best conductor Yiewsley & West Drayton

** more to follow as i recieve them from Elspeth**
 
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supersplit

Member
Weyhey!!!!
Fantastic result for the 'band across the water!' in the 3rd Section.
I don't think our youth band managed to come first and second though!
 

super_sop

Supporting Member
supersplit said:
Weyhey!!!!
Fantastic result for the 'band across the water!' in the 3rd Section.
I don't think our youth band managed to come first and second though!
sorry my mistook. missread the text!!:redface:
 

chriscole

Member
supersplit said:
Do you know if Y&WD won the march as well?

Yes, YWDB won the march too. We had a great day in Hove - well done to all other bands today as well that contributed to a successful contest.
 

WhatSharp?

Active Member
Blimey Andy you got those in fast! :D , and many thanks for the loan of the Timps.

Well done to the organisers for another year of this super contest I always enjoy Hove it's a lovely hall to play in.

I have this sneaky feeling they won't be allowing us to play 2nd section next year :D .
 

MRSH

Supporting Member
WhatSharp? said:
Blimey Andy you got those in fast! :D
Which is even more surprising considering the state he was in :guiness:D

And well done to WHU by the way. :clap:
 

Redhorn

New Member
MRSH said:
Which is even more surprising considering the state he was in :guiness:D

And well done to WHU by the way. :clap:

Looks like he passed out before having a chance to post the 1st and Championship section results!!! :eek: Anyone know what they were?

I'd hazard a guess that either Friary Guildford or Panta Rhei won the Champ section! ;)
 

andywooler

Supporting Member
MRSH said:
Which is even more surprising considering the state he was in :guiness:D

Indeed - it did take a little longer than usual!

The complete results will be posted as soon as I have them from the association secretary.
 

MRSH

Supporting Member
andywooler said:
Indeed - it did take a little longer than usual!

The complete results will be posted as soon as I have them from the association secretary.
But for now I can tell you:

Champ Section:
1. Friary
2. Panta Rhei

March: Friary
Best Basses: Panta Rhei

1st Section:

1. Poole
2. Horsham
3. Sandhurst

6. Crystal Palace
7. Chichester

Don't know any others in the 1st I'm afraid. I'm sure Andy will get rid of his hangover and post them soon :D;)
 

Bungle

Member
We were pleased with our result considering our playing was a bit tatty. We played Philip Sparke's Tryptych which is always good for a top finish, what did everyone else play? I think the band before us played Moorside suite and I listened to BAe Sytems play Blazon.

'the_drew' did us proud on principle. It was Lindsey, our cornet players last job for us now her family have moved to Cornwall so we sent her up to collect the prize. The baton has been passed onto St Keverne to carry on with her education in the brass band world.

Went for a great curry at the Ashoka afterwards to celebrate my birthday (thanks for the recomendation Andy). Bought a Faxx mouthpiece as a prezzie for myself.
 

HBB

Active Member
I was there playing with Sandhurst (3rd in 1st section - whoopeee!!) and thought that the band played extremely well! (But I loved the piece too!!)
 

DaveR

Active Member
HBB said:
I was there playing with Sandhurst (3rd in 1st section - whoopeee!!) and thought that the band played extremely well! (But I loved the piece too!!)

Thanks for playing with us Ben - glad you enjoyed it.
 
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