2016-17 Prizewinners

A full list of prizewinners and subsidiary places is available here (PDF).

 

Competitions and Trophy Winners

    Royal Bank of Scotland Cup (Club Championship)

    Matchpointed pairs, played over 10 Tuesday evenings, the best 6 placings to count. Reverse placings are used, so an evening's winning pair scores the number of competing pairs and the last pair scores 1. Prize money: 1st = £24 (per pair), 2nd = £18, 3rd = £12, 4th = £6. read more...

    Current holder: 2017 - Brian Thomas & George Martin

    Anthony Scott Cup

    Teams of 4, played over 7 Tuesday evenings, the best 4 placings to count. One substitute is allowed per evening. Presented by Mrs Marguerite Robson. Prize money: 1st = £32 (per team), 2nd = £16, 3rd = £8. read more...

    Current holder: 2017 - Janet Beattie, Ros French, Helen Gipson & Paul Gipson

    McDonald Cup

    Cross IMP pairs, played over 7 Tuesday evenings, the best 4 placings to count. The competition was aggregate scoring prior to 2016-17. Presented by Mrs Marguerite Robson, unfortunately Colin was not present. Prize money: 1st = £24 (per pair), 2nd = £18, 3rd = £12, 4th = £6. read more...

    Current holder: 2018 - Penny Davidson & Colin Edney

    Tom Woodman Trophy

    Handicapped teams of 4, played over 7 Thursday evenings, the best 4 placings to count. One substitute is allowed per evening. Pairs to be drawn for teams. Unfortunately only Ros and Louis were present. Prize money: 1st = £32 (per team), 2nd = £16, 3rd = £8. read more...

    Current holder: 2017 - Ros French, Colin Edney, Ian Guthrie & Louis Moore

    Wilf White Trophy

    Matchpointed pairs, played over 7 Tuesday evenings, the best 4 placings to count. Prize money: 1st = £24 (per pair), 2nd = £18, 3rd = £12, 4th = £6. read more...

    Current holder: 2017 - Penny Davidson & George Martin

    Robin Pearson Pot

    Matchpointed handicapped pairs, played over 7 Thursday evenings, the best 4 placings to count. Prize money: 1st = £24 (per pair), 2nd = £18, 3rd = £12, 4th = £6. read more...

    Current holder: 2017 - Janet Beattie & Morven Stone

    Martin Trophy

    Cross IMP pairs, scratch competition run in conjunction with Calder Trophy, the best 5 or 6 placings to count depending on the number of evenings. 2016-17: Best six results from nine evenings 2017-18: Best six results from nine evenings The competition was aggregate scoring prior to 2016-17. Prize money: 1st = £24 (per pair), 2nd = £18, 3rd = £12, 4th = £6. read more...

    Current holder: 2017 - Jane Smithson & Christopher Smith

    Calder Trophy

    Handicapped Cross IMP pairs, played over 8 or 9 Thursday evenings, the best 5 or 6 placings to count. The competition was aggregate scoring prior to 2016-17. 2016-17: Best six results from nine evenings 2017-18: Best six results from nine evenings Prize money: 1st = £24 (per pair), 2nd = £18, 3rd = £12, 4th = £6. read more...

    Current holder: 2017 - Jane Smithson & Christopher Smith

    Grindon Trophy

    Handicapped Cross IMP pairs, scored on an individual basis. Played over 7 Thursday evenings with a different partner on each occasion. The best 4 placings to count. The competition was aggregate scoring prior to 2016-17. Presented by Mrs Joan Tait. Prize money: 1st = £12, 2nd = £9, 3rd = £6, 4th = £3. read more...

    Current holder: 2017 - Nigel Marlow

    Lindsay Trophy

    Single session individual handicapped matchpointed pairs competition. Presented by Mrs Marguerite Robson. Prize money: 1st = £6, 2nd = £4, 3rd = £2. read more...

    Current holder: 2017 - George Martin

    Nessie Dickinson Trophy

    Awarded to the best placed Berwick pair in the Berwick Congress Pairs. Unfortunately, due to a misunderstanding about the rules, the trophy was presented to Garneth Ellis and Sandy Moor when it should have been given to Marguerite Robson and Marilyn Hodgson for their third-placed finish. There is no prize money. read more...

    Current holder: 2017 - Marguerite Robson & Marilyn Hodgson

    George Martin Trophy

    Awarded to the leading master points scorer on club evenings where master points are awarded by the club from September to May. This means that Simultaneous Pairs events and bonus master points won for the final rankings in the Royal Bank Trophy and Scott Cup are excluded. There is no monetary prize. read more...

    Betty Kelly Trophy

    The trophy is restricted to players whose rank is District Master or below (Bronze Level 1 and 2) on the 1 September of the competition season. Awarded to the leading master points scorer on club evenings where master points are awarded by the club from September to May. This means that Simultaneous Pairs events and bonus master points won for the final rankings in the Royal Bank Trophy and Scott Cup are excluded. There is no monetary prize. read more...

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