2003 All England International Masters

Sunday, May 25, 2003

Corn Exchange, Cambridge

Test piece:
Chivalry, Martin Ellerby

John Berryman, Eric Crees, David Read

Pos Band Conductor Dr Pts
1LeylandGarry Cutt610.(2.3.5)
2Fodens RichardsonRussell Gray2111.(1.8.2)
3Yorkshire Building SocietyDr. David King1111.(4.6.1)
4Brighouse & RastrickIan McElligott1414.(6.2.6)
5FlowersPhilip Harper517.(10.4.3)
6Sellers InternationalPhilip McCann1522.(11.1.10)
7Travelsphere HolidaysMajor Peter Parkes1025.(3.14.8)
8The Fairey BandAllan Withington926.(9.13.4)
9Yorkshire Imperial Urquart TravelDavid Evans1926.(7.12.7)
10Aveley and NewhamNigel Taken1835.(8.16.11)
11Besses o' th' BarnSteve Sykes2036.(5.19.12)
12Rothwell TemperanceDavid Roberts1237.(12.5.20)
13RedbridgeMelvin White839.(15.10.14)
14JAG Mount CharlesJohn Hinckley1643.(21.7.15)
15Ever ReadyRay Farr244.(20.15.9)
16Carlton Main Frickley CollieryWilliam Rushworth447.(14.20.13)
17RansomeBrian Grant1747.(17.11.19)
18Thoresby CollieryMichael Fowles348.(13.17.18)
19Jaguar (Coventry)David Lea749.(19.9.21)
20Glossop OldJames Cant153.(16.21.16)
21SWT WoodfallsRob Wiffin1353.(18.18.17)

The test piece was commissioned for the contest. A pre draw was made for order of play.

The Stanley Boddington Memorial Trophy was presented to the winning conductor, Garry Cutt.

David Read judged the 4BR Best Instrumentalist Prize.
Eric Crees was the tie break judge.

The tie break rule only comes into place after the aggregate scores of the two lower placings are added together.

Therefore, Fodens score is made up as 1st plus 2nd = 3.
YBS had an aggregate score of 4th plus 1st = 5.
The same applies to all other bands with equal scores.

4BarsRest Best Instrumentalist Trophy and £150:
Stuart Linguard, Cornet, Yorkshire Building Society


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

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Phil Lawrence

Composer and conductor


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