|1||Black Dyke Mills||P. Parkes||20||95|
|2||Stanshawe (Bristol)||W. Hargreaves||23||94|
|3||Brighouse & Rastrick||M. Handford||14||93|
|5||Grimethorpe Colliery||B. Thompson||21||91|
|6||Wingates Temperance||R. Evans||19||90|
|7||Tredegar Town||R. J. Childs||15||89|
|8||Yorkshire Imperial||T. Walmsley||11||88|
|-||Besses o' th' Barn||I. James||24||-|
|-||Burton (Newall)||E. Woodhouse||17||-|
|-||CWS (Manchester)||D. Garside||7||-|
|-||Carlton Main Frickley||A. Kenney||9||-|
|-||City of Coventry||R. Farr||2||-|
|-||Coventry School of Music||L. Pepper||18||-|
|-||Desford Colliery||A. Chappell||4||-|
|-||Ever Ready||G. Thompson||16||-|
|-||Foden Motor Works||J. Scott||13||-|
|-||Hammonds Sauce||G. Whitham||3||-|
|-||Patchogue Plymouth||P. Kitson||8||-|
|-||Ransome Hoffman & Pollard||D. Stephens||12||-|
|-||Templemore||J. W. Birch||6||-|
|-||Thoresby Colliery||W. Lippeatt||25||-|
1st: '350 plus '2000 Guineas Gold Challenge Trophy.
2nd: '200 plus the Frank Parker Memorial Cup.
The youngest player on the day was awarded a miniature trophy.
Woodfalls, Ransome Hoffman & Pollard, Patchogue Plymouth and GUS were not invited to the 1977 contest.
The Iles Medal was awarded to Roy Newsome.
The winning conductor received an engraved silver gallery tray and goblets.
The winning solo cornet player received an engraved silver gallery tray.
The winning band secretary won an executive attache case.
The winning band also received '45 worth of mutes and '20 of music.