|3||BNFL Leyland||R. Evans||13||193|
|4||Williams Fairey||J. Gourlay||10||192|
|5||Britannia Building Society Fodens||P. McCann||3||190|
|6||Yorkshire Building Society||D. King||19||189|
|7||Grimethorpe Colliery||P. Parkes||20||-|
|8||CWS Glasgow||H. Snell||15||-|
|11||Sellers Engineering||A. Morrison||2||-|
|12||Sun Life||S. Sykes||12||-|
|13||Besses o' th' Barn||D. Broadbent||14||-|
|14||Black Dyke||J. Watson||1||-|
|15||Desford Colliery||F. Renton||16||-|
|16||Rigid Containers GUS||J. Berryman||5||-|
|18||Polypipe Rossington||J. Hudson||11||-|
|20||Brighouse and Rastrick||A. Withington||18||-|
|21||William Davis Construction||J. Hudson||17||-|
|22||Yorkshire Imperial||A. Exley||4||-|
1st: £2,500 plus the British Open Challenge Trophy and the Belle Vue Challenge Cup.
2nd: £2,000 plus the Frank Parker Memorial Cup.
3rd: £1,500 plus the Harry Mortimer Trophy.
4th: £1,000 plus the Edrich Siebert Memorial Trophy.
5th: £500 plus the John Gladney Trophy.
6th: £400 plus the William Rimmer Trophy.
The Iles Medal was awarded to James Watson.
The Mortimer Medal was awarded to Leighton Rich.
The winning conductor, Garry Cutt received the Mortimer Maestro Trophy.
The Best Solist, Hele Fox, solo cornet, Marple, received the Stanley Wainwright Trophy plus £100.
The winning conductor, Garry Cutt was awarded the Mortimer Maestro Trophy.
Points were only awarded to the top six placed bands. The remaining bands were placed in order of merit.
Yorkshire Imperial and William Davis Construction were relegated.