Year 2019

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(O - Outstanding : D - Distinction : C - Commended
M - Merit : m - Moderate : F - Fair )


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Royal Hall 02/05/2019
09:15 AM JS8
Girls' Solo (Years 9 & 10)
Adjudicator: Dennis Lee
Official accompanist: Jill Collings
Test: "Over the Rainbow" complete song from 'The Wizard of Oz' by Arie taken from 'ABRSM Songbook Plus Grade 4'
Award: The winners of Classes JS1 to JS9 will compete for the Sheffield Plate
1. Frances Loach Port Erin W
2. Ntshila Lubilanji Sing Up 86 C
3. Nerys Otto St Judes 86 C
4. Anya Jagus Douglas 86 C
5. Charlie Craine Sing Up 86 C
6. Elicia Smith The Arts Hub 85 C
7. Abigail Harrison Sing Up 88 D
8. Megan Boardman Onchan 89 D
9. Gwen Thornton Castle Rushen 85 C
10. Jessica Christian Broadway T.C. 87 D
11. Allison Ainsworth Sing Up 84 C
12. Katie Hepworth Sing Up 87 D
13. Catherine Perry Ramsey 84 C
14. Jasmine Ireland Sing Up 87 D
15. Grace Lee KWC 84 C
16. Keira Metcalfe Sing Up 85 C
17. Lucy Shimmin Douglas 88 D
18. Caeli Plumbley Douglas W
19. Meisie Germishuys Sing Up 87 D
20. Anna Radcliffe Ballafesson 86 C

JS7
Girls' Solo (Years 7 & 8)
Adjudicator: Dennis Lee
Official accompanist: Frank Woolley
Test: "Whistle Down the Wind" from 'Whistle Down the Win' by Lloyd Webber (Trinity)
Award: The winners of Classes JS1 to JS9 will compete for the Sheffield Plate
1. Emily Bridson Sing Up 86 C
2. Sophie Hindson Sing Up 86 C
3. Hannah Spencer Sing Up 86 C
4. Holly Murphy Sing Up 86 C
5. Lauren Gibney Sing Up W
6. Harriet Shooter Sing Up 86 C
7. Daisy Quinn Ramsey 87 D
8. Emily Kirkham Castletown 84 C
9. Evie Skillicorn Douglas 89 D
10. Ella Jones Sing Up 85 C
11. Madeline Harrison Sing Up 86 C
12. Sophie Keen Douglas 87 D
13. Gabby Germishuys Sing Up 87 D
14. Katelynn Ireland Sing Up 84 C
15. Beatrice Mackie Douglas 85 C
16. Ruby Watterson 84 C
17. Gemma Kerruish Sing Up 85 C
18. Freya Gelling Port St Mary 85 C
19. Dora Giummri Sing Up 84 C
20. Rosie O'Brien Sing Up W
21. Lucie Hepworth Sing Up 84 C
22. Matilda Clague Baldrine 88 D
23. Zahara Hewlett Sing Up 87 D
24. Eve Azelia Peep Puzzar Sing Up 87 D

01:00 PM R1
Recorder/Tin Whistle Solo (Up to Year 6)
Adjudicator: Dennis Lee
Official accompanist: Gareth Moore
Test: Own choice of one piece or two contrasting pieces. Time limit 3 minutes.
1. Ameya Malikireddy Marown Primary School 86 C
2. Erin Richards Bunscoill Rhumsaa 86 C
3. Bethany Brew Bunscoill Rhumsaa W
4. Alexa Appleby Bunscoill Rhumsaa 89 D
5. Elizabeth Nelson Bunscoill Rhumsaa 87 D
6. Eva Scott Bunscoill Rhumsaa 84 C
7. Paige Satt Bunscoill Rhumsaa W
8. Wiktoria Urbanska Bunscoill Rhumsaa 88 D
9. Resa Brown Bunscoill Rhumsaa 90 O
10. Erin Faragher Bunscoill Rhumsaa 87 D
11. Suzanne Auty Marown School 88 D

R3
Recorder/Tin Whistle Duet Unaccompanied (Up to Year 6)
Adjudicator: Dennis Lee
Official accompanist: Gareth Moore
Test: For two recorders or tin whistles. Own choice of one piece or two contrasting pieces. Time limit 3 minutes.
1. Erin Faragher Bunscoill Rhumsaa 88 D
2. Freya North Marown Primary School 87 D
3. Bethany Brew Bunscoill Rhumsaa 86 C
4. Ameya Malikireddy Marown Primary School 85 C
5. Wiktoria Urbanska Bunscoill Rhumsaa 84 C
6. Jessica Musgrove Bunscoill Rhumsaa W

R5
Recorder/Tin Whistle Groups (Up to Year 6)
Adjudicator: Dennis Lee
Official accompanist: Gareth Moore
Test: Own choice. Minimum 10, maximum 20 players. Time limit 5 minutes.
Piano optional but no other accompanying instrument.
1. Marown School Glen Vine 87 D

W1
Instrumental Solo - Woodwind (Grades 1 to 3)
Adjudicator: Dennis Lee
Official accompanist: Gareth Moore
Test: Own choice.
Time limit 5 minutes.
Type of instrument and title of piece to be on entry form.
Award: The G H Quayle Cup will be awarded to the competitor gaining highest marks in classes W1 and W2
1. Evie Colquitt Onchan 86 C
2. Holly Brown Ballacottier 90 O

W2
Instrumental Solo - Woodwind (Grades 4 to 5)
Adjudicator: Dennis Lee
Official accompanist: Gareth Moore
Test: Own choice.
Time limit 5 minutes. Type of instrument and title of piece to be on entry form.
Award: The G H Quayle Cup will be awarded to the competitor gaining highest marks in classes W1 and W2
1. Archibald Elliott Castletown 88 D
2. Arwen Hoile King William's College 89 D
3. Louis Laisney Castletown 91 O
4. Freyja Kelly KWC 87 D

W3
Instrumental Solo - Orchestral Woodwind (Grades 6 & over)
Adjudicator: Dennis Lee
Official accompanist: Gareth Moore
Test: Own choice.
Time limit 5 minutes. Type of instrument and title of piece to be on entry form.
1. Joshua Brown Douglas 95 O

04:00 PM W4
Instrumental Solo - Folk Woodwind
Adjudicator: Dennis Lee
Official accompanist:
Test: Own choice. Time limit 5 minutes. Type of instrument and title of piece to be on entry form.
1. Michelle Cowley Douglas 89 D
2. Shiela Quaggan Douglas 89 D

04:15 PM JC1
Boys' Choirs (Up to Year 6)
Adjudicator: Dennis Lee
Official accompanist:
Test: Two contrasting pieces. Own choice. Time limit 8 minutes
Award: The Vancouver Shield will be awarded to the Under 12 Choir gaining highest marks in Classes JC1 to JC4
1. Scoill yn Jubilee Boys Choir Douglas 86 C
2. Cronk y Berry School Douglas 88 D
3. The Buchan 'Falcons' Castletown 84 C
4. Ballacottier Primary School Farmhill 86 C

JC2
Girls' Choirs (Up to Year 6)
Adjudicator: Dennis Lee
Official accompanist:
Test: Two contrasting pieces of own choice. Time limit 8 minutes.
Award: The Vancouver Shield will be awarded to the Under 12 Choir gaining highest marks in Classes JC1 to JC4
1. The Buchan 'Doves' Castletown 88 D
2. Ballacottier Primary School Farmhill 87 D
3. Cronk y Berry School Douglas 89 D
4. Scoill yn Jubilee Girls Choir Douglas 88 D

06:15 PM S10
Songs from the Musicals including Light Opera (Adult)
Adjudicator: John Pomphrey
Official accompanist: Gareth Moore
Test: Own choice.
Rifle microphones will be used.
The 'Most Entertaining Performance' will be awarded the Douglas Choral Union Centennial Trophy.
1. Jenny Quirk Castletown 86 C
2. Maia Haddock Baldrine 84 C
3. Mandy Griffin Douglas 92 O
4. Simon Bampton Jurby West 87 D
5. Terence Qualtrough Castletown W
6. Sarah Qualtrough Castletown 89 D
7. Jack Munro Douglas 89 D
8. Ernie Thorn Onchan 86 C
9. Peter Cringle Kirk Michael 87 D
10. Arthur Bawden Peel W
11. Patrick Reaney Onchan 85 C
12. Sarah Shimmin Glen Vine 88 D
13. Matthew Quinn Ramsey W
14. Stephanie Coston-Holland Douglas 87 D
15. John Rimmer Castleward W
16. Rosie Corner Ramsey 87 D
17. Mike Durber Peel 84 C
18. Zara Sweeney Douglas W
19. Olivia Landels Douglas 90 O
20. Isaac Jagus Douglas 90 O
21. Hannah Clinton Onchan 89 D
22. David G Williams Onchan 86 C
23. Rosie Corner Ramsey W
24. Domenico Galante Douglas W
25. Arie Eisinger Lower Foxdale 87 D
26. Paul Costain Rushen 87 D
27. Melissa Read Peel 86 C
28. Allan Wilcocks Douglas W
29. Nici Fletcher-Causer Santon 84 C
30. Harry Galbraith Peel 84 C

S17
Popular Song 1980 to Present (Adult)
Adjudicator: John Pomphrey
Official accompanist: Gareth Moore
Test: Own choice of song written between 1980 and the present day for immediate appeal but which has become part of the long term repertoire of popular music and jazz. Excludes songs specified in other classes. Only one accompanying instrument permitted. Rifle mics will be used.
1. Peter Cringle Kirk Michael 86 C
2. Janet Hoyle Heysham W
3. Arie Eisinger Lower Foxdale 84 C
4. Stephen Goldsmith 80 m
5. Adrian Cowin Douglas 84 C
6. Richard Costain Colby 85 C
7. Callum Brew Douglas 84 C
8. Isaac Jagus Douglas 82 M
9. Melissa Read Peel 83 M

S13b
Music Hall and Comic Song (Adult)
Adjudicator: John Pomphrey
Official accompanist: Gareth Moore
Test: Own choice of song from ANY era. Time limit 5 minutes.
1. Olivia Landels Douglas 86 C
2. Marilyn Cannell Kirk Michael 85 C
3. David G Williams Onchan 84 C
4. Rosie Morrison Peel 84 C
5. Arthur Bawden Peel W
6. Arthur Cowley Onchan 83 M
7. Sarah Shimmin Glen Vine 83 M
8. Ernie Thorn Onchan 83 M
9. Tracie Hepworth Douglas 83 M
10. Angela Stewart Douglas 83 M


Promenade Suite 02/05/2019
09:15 AM D21
The Spoken Word (Year 3)
Adjudicator: Maryrose Swarbrick
Official accompanist:
Test: EITHER (a) "Look Out!" by Max Flatchen from 'Read Me and Laugh'
OR (b) Verse 1 of "The Jumblies" by Edward Lear from 'The Work 3'
1. Faith Watterson Rushen Primary School 84 C
2. Melody Marsh Rushen Primary School 82 M
3. Lexi-May Watterson Rushen Primary School 84 C
4. Ruby Partington Braddan School 81 M
5. Corrin Leavey St Johns School 83 M
6. Isabella Talavera Stage One 84 C
7. Daisy Shimmin St Johns School 86 C
8. Megan Hargraves Rushen Primary School 85 C
9. Edith Berry Rushen Primary School 84 C
10. Kaylee Lewney St Johns School 83 M
11. Josie Quirk St Johns Primary School 87 D
12. Lilah-Rose Parker Rushen Primary School 85 C
13. Isabel Nippress Braddan School W
14. Oishani Chakraborti Broadway TC 86 C
15. Connor Brown-Smith Douglas 83 M
16. Talya Giuliani Sulby 88 D
17. Dilara Nergil Douglas 85 C
18. Lily Rose Nocera-Doyle Rushen Primary School 83 M
19. Holly Norbury Rushen Primary School 84 C
20. Hanna Crookall Castletown 86 C
21. Olivia Martin St Johns Primary School 83 M
22. Angel Nzama Douglas 83 M
23. Sienna Kitching St Johns School 84 C
24. Ted Thompson St Marks 83 M
25. Elif Karagoz Ballacottier 83 M
26. Daniel Spitsyn Braddan Primary School 84 C
27. Keeva Miller Rushen Primary School 85 C
28. Sofia Rice Rushen Primary School 85 C

D20a
The Spoken Word (Year 1)
Adjudicator: Maryrose Swarbrick
Official accompanist:
Test: Competitors to recite either
EITHER (a) "Billy is Blowing his Trumpet" by Anon from 'Fantastic First Poems'
OR (b) "Bed in Summer" by RL Stevenson from'Fantastic First Poems'

1. Felinne Boshuis St Johns School 85 C
2. Holly Burrows Rushen Primary School 87 D
3. Joseph Johnson St Johns School 88 D
4. Grace Quilliam Rushen Primary School 85 C
5. Rosie Everson Rushen Primary Schoool 85 C
6. Olivia Zaleczny Rushen Primary School 87 D
7. Ursy Mousley Rushen Primary School 85 C
8. Joshua Curris St Johns School W
9. Millie Buchanan St Johns School 85 C
10. Zhara Khan Rushen Primary School 86 C
11. Eve Martin Sing Up 83 M
12. Callum Quirk St Johns School 86 C
13. Etienne Giuliani Sulby 84 C
14. Willow Hill Rushen Primary School 85 C
15. Maximus James Rushen Primary School 89 D
16. Austin Rogerson Rushen Primary School 84 C
17. Yin Xin Chen 84 C
18. Erin Gill 84 C

02:00 PM D22
The Spoken Word (Year 4)
Adjudicator: Maryrose Swarbrick
Official accompanist:
Test: EITHER (a) "Sir's a Secret Agent" by Tony Langham from 'Read Me 2'
OR (b) "Marmalade" by Peter Dixon from 'The Works'
1. Abbie Scarffe Douglas 83 M
2. Millie Kneale Broadway TC 84 C
3. Amy Surgeon Henry Bloom Noble 83 M
4. Amira Crookall Castletown 89 D
5. Holly Craig St Johns School 85 C
6. Grace Robinson Henry Bloom Noble 83 M
7. Lola Hornby-Wheeler Rushen Primary School 84 C
8. Eliza Slee Douglas 85 C
9. Jamie Farnan Douglas 88 D
10. Aalish Hall Douglas 86 C
11. Lily-Grace Anstey Douglas 85 C
12. Olivia Hayes St Johns School 85 C
13. Iselin Keeling St Johns School W
14. Nathan Ward Rushen Primary School 85 C
15. Rebecca Bloch Kewaigue 86 C
16. Sonny Haochen Li Rushen Primary School 85 C
17. Ellie Cain Henry Bloom Noble 83 M
18. Isabella Clarke Douglas 83 M
19. Jacob Skillicorn HBN W
20. Connie Keig St Johns School W
21. Oliver Coleman Douglas 84 C
22. Daisy Craig St Johns School 84 C
23. Lucas Heath St Johns School 84 C
24. Neve McNaught Rushen Primary School 83 M
25. Lily Grayton Henry Bloom Noble 83 M
26. Tilly Maguire Henry Bloom Noble 84 C
27. Florence Young Rushen Primary School 85 C
28. Amber Callin Henry Bloom Noble 84 C
29. Craig Cale Rushen Primary School 83 M
30. Isaac Kreisky Stage One 87 D
31. Frankie Kennedy Henry Bloom Noble 84 C
32. Tilly -Rose Thompson Henry Bloom Noble 83 M
33. Sophie Steriopulos Rushen Primary School 83 M
34. Chloe Quayle Rushen Primary School 84 C
35. Lily Rose St Johns School 84 C
36. Skylar Knight Henry Bloom Noble 84 C

D11
Group Theme (Up to Year 6)
Adjudicator: Maryrose Swarbrick
Official accompanist:
Test: Own choice. Min 3, max 20 competitors. Time limit 10 minutes. Any material, original or otherwise. No scenery only table, chairs and minimum props integral to the performance. Costume optional. No competitor will be permitted to appear more than once in this class.

06:30 PM D37
Reading at Sight (Adult)
Adjudicator: Maryrose Swarbrick
Official accompanist:
1. Toby Smith Peel 85 C
2. Rosemary Clarke Peel 84 C
3. Lisa Creighton Peel 87 D
4. Lee Manning Colby 84 C
5. Pam Evans Douglas 84 C
6. Nigel Crowe Douglas 85 C
7. John Cashen Colby 86 C

07:30 PM D9a
Spoken Word (Manx Authors) (Up to Year 10)
Adjudicator: Annie Kissack
Official accompanist:
Test: Own Choice. Not necessarily in dialect. Time limit 3 minutes. Copies of selected poems or extracts must be provided to the Secretary with the entry.
1. Pierre Giuliani Sulby 84 C
2. Talya Giuliani Sulby 86 C
3. Orry Wilson The Strang 85 C

D9b
Spoken Word (Manx Authors) (Year 11 and Over)
Adjudicator: Annie Kissack
Official accompanist:
Test: Own Choice. Not necessarily in dialect. Time limit 3 minutes. Copies of selected poems or extracts must be provided to the Secretary with the entry.
1. Anita Cashen The Strang 86 C
2. Mary Faragher 84 C
3. Stephanie Gray Douglas 85 C

D10
Works of T.E. Brown
Adjudicator: Annie Kissack
Official accompanist:
Test: Own choice. Time limit 5 minutes.
Dialect optional.
1. Mary Faragher 85 C
2. Anne Clarke Douglas 86 C
3. Lee Manning Colby 85 C
4. John Cashen Colby 89 D
5. Deborah Taubman Ramsey 88 D
6. Alison Corlett Douglas 86 C