|1||CWS (Manchester)||E. Ball||19||192|
|2||Fairey Aviation||H. Mortimer||14||189|
|3||Carlton Main||E. Ball||6||186|
|4||Creswell Colliery||H. Moss||21||183|
|5||Munn & Feltons||S. Boddington||1||180|
|6||Rushden Temperance||W. Scholes||13||176|
|-||Barrow Shipyard||H. Sutcliffe||9||-|
|-||Black Dyke Mills||H. Mortimer||2||-|
|-||Chapel en le Frith||G. Thompson||11||-|
|-||Clayton Aniline||E. Buttress||7||-|
|-||Edge Hill||N. Jones||18||-|
|-||Grimethorpe Colliery||H. Mileman||4||-|
|-||Irwell Springs||N. Thorpe||15||-|
|-||Leyland Motors||J. A. Hughes||16||-|
|-||Pemberton Old||W. Cheetham||20||-|
|-||Prescot Cables||J. Capper||23||-|
|-||Ransome & Marles||D. Aspinall||25||-|
|-||Sankey's Castle Works||C. Yorath||17||-|
|-||Stetford Old||J. Rogerson||12||-|
|-||Transport & General Workers||J. Greenwood||22||-|
|-||Wingates Temperance||J. Eckersley||8||-|
|-||Yorkshire Copperworks||A. H.Whitehead||10||-|
Denis Wright was appointed referee.
Crookhall Colliery, Hammonds Sauce and Watford Silver were printed in the programme but did not compete.
1st: £75 plus £2000 Gold Trophy plus the "Sunday Chronicle" Trophy.
The winning band played a short concert after the announcement of the results, plus a broadcast on the BBC on the 11th September.
A collection was made for the Bandsmen's Empire Home and Shrine Memorial Fund was made at the end of the contest.