St Brueredus
Saturday, 17 February 1990 in 2h 49 (11–2–13 in F♯)
5040 Doubles (136m/v)
(1) New Bob, Huntspill, St. Vedast, Blaisdon, (2) St. Merryn, Hadham, Chippingham, Saville, (3) St. Samson, Oake, Stowey, Queens Park, (4) St. Clether, Bradden, Kelmarsh, Tring (5) Westminster II, Blackburn, St. Hilary, Dragon, (6) Leadenham, Silkby, Stoke Rochford, Barkston, (7) Eaton, Wellingore, Silk Willoughby, Alpha, (8) Colsterworth, Waddington, Asfordby, Carlton Scroop, (9) St. Ursula, St. Xystus, St. Maurice, St. Zeno, (10) Burton Joyce, Lillingstone, Brightwell, Skillington, (11) Stoke Bardolph, Arnold, Sandford, Sulgrave, (12) Iffley, Ardingley, West Hanney, Darwin, (13) St. Nicholas, Winchendon Place, St. Remigius, Huntley, (14) Lonsdale, Lockerley, Rye, Over Wallop, (15) St. Nicholas, Hordle, Stoneham, Bishops Sutton, (16) Brockenhurst, Lyndhurst, Uphill, Mottisfont, (17) St. Giles, St. Miles, Church Gresley, Ezneih, (18) St. Thomas, St. Luke, St. Chrysotom, Scorpio, (19) Lapley, St. John, Horsley, Obediah, (20) St. Mary, St. Crispin, St. Cecilia, Laverstoke, (21) Heyford, Chilton, Sarratt, Dummer, (22) St. Simon, St. Martin, St. Osmund, Eynesbury, (23) St. Alban, St. Paul, St. Ambrose, St. John Evangelist, (24) St. Wilfrid, St. Oswald, Sussex, Septuagesima, (25) St. Katherine, St. Magnus, Kent, Sexagesima, (26) Southampton, Romsey, Hampshire, Ember, (27) Winchester, Wykeham, Vectis, Qunquagesima, (28) Eynsham, St. Leonard, St. Ninian, St. John Baptist, (29) Elford, Austrey, St. Felix, St. Wenceslas, (30) St. Jude, St. Laurence, St. Austell, St. Stephen, (31) St. Ignatius, Churchill, Amersham, St. John Divine, (32) Plain Bob, (33) Plain Bob, (34) Kennington, (35) April Day, (36) Seighford, Litchurch, May Day, (37) Reverse Canterbury, (38) Southrepps, (39) St. Columb, (40) Reverse Canterbury, (41) Clifford’s Pleasure, St. David, Royston, (42) Reverse Canterbury
1 Wilfred C Boucher
2 Kaye F Perryman
3 Anthony H G Parry (C)
4 Peter A Cummins
5 Adam J Beer
6 Roy Faithfull
Most methods and variations by all and for the Guild. By a resident Truro Diocesan Guild band.
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