BYBA

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BYBABritish Youth Band Association (UK)
BYBABack Yard Beekeepers Association
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Spirit are the only competitive marching band in Coventry and are the current British Youth Band Association Associate Class League and National Finals Champions.
"We regularly competed and won various competitions organised by the Yorkshire Carnival Association, Barnsley Area Marching Band Association and British Youth Band Association.
The band members, aged between six and 43, have won top awards including being crowned British Associate Class champions by the British Youth Band Association.
With almost 50 members aged from eight to 25, the band competes in the top division of the British Youth Band Association. Within the Knights is a marching brass line, marching percussion, static percussion and the Colour Guard.
The band, which has about 60 members aged between six and 16, is making final preparations for the British Youth Band Association Championship Finals at The Butts Arena, on Sunday.
The Phantom Knights were formed in October 1996 and since then the band has finished in the top three of the British Youth band Association Premier Leagues on several occasions.
The Phantom Knights, who have achieved several top three finishes in the British Youth Band Association's premier league in recent years, will start their competitive season tomorrow by taking part in the Brownhills championships in Staffordshire.
He said the donations would help the band recruit members - and also help it compete in the British Youth Band Association competitions.
A flood of young hopefuls auditioned following an appeal in the Nuneaton Evening Telegraph and the band was able to compete in the British Youth Band Association (BYBA) National Championships.
The band competes in British Youth Band Association contests as well as at Drum Corps UK.
Anyone who has recently become too old for drum corps or the British Youth Band Association and wants to volunteer for a challenge is urged to contact organisers of the Phantom Knights.
The Phantom Knights completed the 2001 season as Premier Class runners-up in the British Youth Band Association's national championships.
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