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1900 National Championships of Great Britain - Championship Section

Date:
Saturday, July 21, 1900

Venue:
Crystal Palace, London

Test piece:
Gems from Sullivan's Opera No. 1, J. Ord Hume

Adjudicator(s):
Carl Keifert, J.O. Shepherd, J. W. Beswick, C. W. Pearce

Pos Band Conductor Dr Pts
1Denton OriginalA. Owen8-
2Black Dyke MillsJ. Gladney3-
3Wingate TemperanceW. Rimmer14-
4Lee MountW. Swingler12-
5Areal Griffin AbertilleryH. Bentley7-
-Aberdare TownJ. Manley1-
-Batley OldA. Owen2-
-Besses o' th BarnA. Owen4-
-FerndaleS. Radcliffe10-
-Hucknall TemperanceJ. Gladney6-
-Kettering RiflesA. Owen11-
-Rushden TemperanceA. Owen9-
-West HartlepoolA. Owen13-
-Wyke TemperanceE. Swift5-

The award for Best Cornet on the day went to Areal Griffin: Best Soprano to wingates: Best Horn to Black Dyke: Best Trombone to Denton (Locker of Mossley): Best Euphonium to Wingates.

Each solo winner received a Gold Medal.

Prizes:

1st: 75 Guineas plus 1000 Guinea Trophy
2nd: 30 Pounds
3rd: 20 Pounds
4th: 12 Pounds
5th: 8 Pounds

The personel of each band was printed in the programme. 



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