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2002 All England International Masters

Date:
Sunday, May 26, 2002

Venue:
Corn Exchange, Cambridge

Test piece:
Atlantic, Philip Wilby

Adjudicator(s):
Eric Crees, David Read, James Scott

Pos Band Conductor Dr Pts
1FodensRussell Gray114.(2.1.1)
2Williams FaireyFrank Renton165.(1.2.2)
3Travelsphere HolidaysBrian Grant711.(3.4.4)
4Sellers InternationalPhilip McCann114.(6.6.5)
5FlowersPhilip Harper1518.(7.5.6)
6Yorkshire Building SocietyDavid King1820.(8.9.3)
7LeylandJames Gourlay1027.(4.15.8)
8Brighouse & RastrickPeter Bassano330.(14.7.9)
9Aveley & NewhamNigel Taken1731.(5.10.16)
10RansomePeter Parkes832.(9.8.15)
11Besses o' th' BarnLynda Nicholson935.(13.3.19)
12Rothwell TemperanceDavid Roberts1336.(17.12.7)
13Ever ReadyRay Farr2038.(10.14.14)
14JAG Mount CharlesBryan Hurdley1441.(12.19.10)
15SWT WoodfallsDavid Hirst642.(11.11.20)
16DUT York Imps RothwellDavid Evans242.(18.13.11)
17Thoresby CollieryStan Lippeat1243.(15.16.12)
18HepworthMark Bentham547.(16.18.13)
19Rolls Royce (Coventry)David Lea454.(20.17.17)
20FishburnGraham O'Connor1957.(19.20.18)

Where bands had the same cumulative total, the higher placing went to the band that performed better under Eric Crees.

The Stanley Boddington Memorial Trophy was presented to the winning conductor, Russell Gray.

4BarsRest Best Instrumentalist trophy and £100:
Morgan Griffiths, euphonium, Williams Fairey

A pre draw was made for order of play.

Prizes:

1st: £3500 and The All England Masters Trophy
2nd: £1500 and The BBC Radio Cambridgeshire Shield
3rd: £1000 and The Biggs Franklin Cup
4th: £500
5th: £300
6th: £200 



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Rath clinician, conductor, teacher, adjudicator, editor