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Crystal Palace (Third Section)

Sat 27th Sep 1902

Test Piece: Gems from Sullivan's Operas No. 2
- Arthur Sullivan arr. James Ord Hume
Adjudicators: Thomas Valentine
Venue: Crystal Palace (Terrace Bandstand), Crystal Palace Park, Sydenham, County of London, England, UK

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Position Band Conductor Points
1 Leicester Imperial Prize Band Thomas Seddon
2 Bestwood Colliery George Hames
3 Skipton Squire Firth
4 Riddings United George Hames
5 Wellingborough Silver Randolph Ryan
6 Raunds Temperance Charles Harry Baker
7 Penrhiw and Maritime Colliery R. C. Smith
8 Morgan's Cwmtawe Evan John Evans
Barnet Town George Byford
Bedford Town Charles Harry Baker
Bristol City Mission J. E. Wilkinson
Chesham Town Willie Greenwood
Uxbridge and Hillingdon W. J. Douglas Sherriff
Gray's Temperance W. Layzell
Haslemere Town W. J. Douglas Sherriff
Ilford Horns Temperance R. Wilson
London Temperance Sam Cope
Long Buckby Town Arthur Muddiman
Peterborough Borough H. N. Brown
South Notts Temperance George Hames
Thrapston Town Nathaniel Smith
Trebanos Silver Jesse Manley
Walthamstow Temperance C. H. Anderson
Watford L.N.W Artisans Willie Greenwood
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Open to bands that had not won a cash prize exceeding £15 in the last two years.

The winning band was awarded the The Daily Express Challenge Shield (later used for the 2nd section of this contest and then the Grand Shield/Spring Festival).


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