May 19, 2008

Whit Friday Results 2008

Writing about web page http://www.whitfriday.brassbands.saddleworth.org/Ranking_2008.php

So, the full results are in…

Here’s how we did (with comparison to Leeds Uni)

Lees

Warwick: 34 (Look for “Boris Johnson Appreciation Society” (Don’t ask!))
Leeds: Did Not Compete (DNC)
Total Bands: 45

Grotton

Warwick: 36
Leeds: 39
Total Bands: 43

Lydgate

Warwick: 41
Leeds: 29
Total Bands: 53

Dobcross

Warwick: 41
Leeds: DNC
Total Bands: 55

Delph

Warwick: 74
Leeds: 58
Total Bands: 78

Other Villages Leeds Uni Did

Denshaw: 35/52
Friezland: 10/48 (NB: 3rd Section and below only play here)
Greenfield: 44/66
Uppermill: 41/58

Other Prizes Won

None

So basically, they thrashed us this year!


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