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National Championship of Great Britain (Championship Section Final)

Sat 11th Oct 1969

Test Piece: High Peak
- Eric Ball
Adjudicators: Eric Ball, Herbert Howells, Frank Wright
Venue: Royal Albert Hall, Kensington, Kensington and Chelsea, Greater London, England, UK

National Championship of Great Britain (Second Section Final) 1969
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Position Band Conductor Draw Points
1 Brighouse & Rastrick Walter B. Hargreaves 11 194
2 Black Dyke Mills Geoffrey Brand 24 192
3 CWS (Manchester) Alex Mortimer 10 190
4 Grimethorpe Colliery George Thompson 6 188
5 GUS Stanley Boddington 23 187
6 Cammell Laird James Scott 19 186
Hammonds Sauce Geoffrey Whitham 1
Mirrlees Jack Atherton 2
  Excelsior (Holland) Jo den Toonder 3 164
St. Dennis Eddie Williams 4
Harton & Westoe Colliery Jack Nightingale 5
Kinneil Colliery John Kirkwood 7
British Ropes Excelsior William David Thomas 8
Luton Albert Coupe 9
Newham Cyril Suckling 12
Hemel Hempstead Matt Robertson 13
City of Coventry Albert Chappell 14
Lewis Merthyr S. Williams 15
Ever Ready Eric Cunningham 16
Shaftesbury Crusade A. W. Golding 17
Kibworth William Scholes 18
Mid-Rhondda Fred Prior 20
Haydock Harry Oakes 21
Clydebank Burgh Anthony Clucas 22
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Prizes:

1st: 200
2nd: 150
3rd: 75
4th: 50

The winning band was declared World Champions as well as National Champions of Great Britain.

Each player in the winning band received an inscribed medal.
The winning conductor was given a Baton of Honour.

The Spotlight on Service was given to Alexander Thain.
The Insignia of Honour was awarded to Derek Garside.

The Excelsior Band came from Kloetinge in Holland.


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