Tameside Overall 

Entry for the 'Tameside Overall' elements of the Whit Friday Brass Band Contest is automatic for all bands that compete at 6 or more Tameside contests.

 

Who wins ?

  • Each each band is scored out of a maximum 200pts at each contest they play.

  • Each contest will work out their rankings accordingly (highest score places in position 1 and so on).

  • The band with the lowest total sum of their 6 best rankings will place 1st overall and so on.

  • For example if a band played 10 venues placing as follows 1,1,3,1,3,2,1,2,1,1 their best 6 rankings are taken forward, resulting in a score of 6 (1 x 6). The 4 lower rankings are discarded. 

  • In the event of a tie, the band with the highest combined points score from their 6 best rankings would win.

 

Tameside Open Champions (The Tameside Rose Bowl Trophy)

The "Open Champions Contest" is open to all bands who compete at more than 6 venues regardless of section. 

 

1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th Section Champions

 

Open to all 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th section bands respectively who play at 6 or more of the Tameside contests.

 

 

The Tameside Local Champions (The Brian Hill Memorial Trophy)

Open to all "local" bands who play at 6 or more of the Tameside contests. What constitutes a local band differs at each contest, however the Overall Local Prizes can only be allocated to a band which resides (have a band room or primary practise space) within 6 miles radius of Ashton Town Hall Steps (53°29'23.0"N 2°05'36.0"W) . This was ratified by The Friends of Tameside Whit Friday Brass Band Contest Committee in 2013 and again in 2018.

 

Tameside Overall Youth Champions

Open to all youth bands who play at 6 or more of the Tameside Contests.

 

2020 Overall Prizes

OPEN 1ST
£2000
plus The Tameside Rose Bowl Trophy
OPEN 2ND
£1000
OPEN 3RD
£750
OVERALL
1ST SECTION
£500
OVERALL
2ND SECTION
£400
OVERALL
3RD SECTION
£350
OVERALL
4TH SECTION
£300
LOCAL 1ST
£750
plus The Brian Hill Memorial Trophy
LOCAL 2ND
£600
LOCAL 3RD
£400
YOUTH 1ST
£200
YOUTH 2ND
£100

1 Prize Rule

 

Bands can only win a single prize.

In the event a band places first in 2 separate categories (for example section and local) they will receive the highest value monetary prize. The lower value prize will go to the next highest scoring band in the relevant category.

Past Rose Bowl Winners​

  • 1989  Williams Fairey

  • 1990  Yorkshire Imperial Metals

  • 1991  Yorkshire Imperial Metals

  • 1992  Hammonds Sauce Works Band

  • 1993  Williams Fairey

  • 1994  Navigation Band

  • 1995  Grimethorpe Colliery

  • 1996  British Telecom Band

  • 1997  Besses O’ Th’ Barn

  • 1998  JJB Sport Leyland Band

  • 1999  JJB Sport Leyland Band

  • 2000  Yorkshire Building Society Band

  • 2001  Yorkshire Building Society Band

  • 2002  Foden’s Courtois

  • 2003  Foden’s Richardson

  • 2004  Foden’s Richardson

  • 2005  Foden’s Richardson

  • 2006  Foden’s Richardson

  • 2007  Foden’s Richardson

  • 2008  Foden’s Richardson

  • 2009  Foden’s Band

  • 2010  The Fairey Band

  • 2011  Foden’s Band

  • 2012  Foden’s Band

  • 2013  Foden’s Band

  • 2014  Foden’s Band

  • 2015  Foden’s Band

  • 2016  Foden’s Band

  • 2017  Foden’s Band

  • 2018  Foden’s Band

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