|1||Carlton Main Frickley Colliery||J. Atherton||8||-|
|2||Besses o' th' Barn||W. Wood||13||-|
|3||Black Dyke Mills||G. Willcocks||16||-|
|4||Foden Motor Works||R. Mortimer||17||-|
|5||Morris Motors||S. Boddington||3||-|
|6||Creswell Colliery||G. Thompson||14||-|
|-||Edge Hill||W. Yates||10||-|
|-||Grimethorpe Colliery||G. Thompson||15||-|
|-||Irwell Springs||H. Cheshire||12||-|
|-||Lewis Merthyr||O. D. Jones||5||-|
|-||Leyland Motors||H. Oakes||6||-|
|-||Prescot Cables||J. Capper||9||-|
|-||Ransome & Marles||G. Hespe||7||-|
|-||Rushden Temperance||W. Scholes||11||-|
|-||Scottish Gas Board||D. M. Macbrayne||2||-|
|-||Templemore||A. E. Bell||4||-|
|-||Vickers Armstrong (Barrow Shipyard)||H. Sutcliffe||1||-|
1st: £150 plus £2,000 Gold Trophy plus 'Sunday Chronicle' Trophy.
2nd: £120 plus The Frank Parker Memorial Cup.
Each member of the winning band received engraved certificates.
The test piece was specially composed for the contest.
The Iles Medal was presented to T.J. Powell.
The contest was split into two rounds. After all the bands performed, the top six in merit played a second time before the final placings were announced. In the second round Fodens played first, followed by Black Dyke Mills, Besses o' th' Barn, Morris Motors, Carlton Main Frickley Colliery and Creswell Colliey.