Centre Competitions

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Driving and Reversing
 
There are 6 cups available for this competition ( 3 for Ladies and 3 for Gentlemen) which are detailed below.
 
The Jay Cup  - This was presented by the late Mr Stanley Jay with the object of providing a Trophy for an annual competition in the skill of reversing a car and caravan on a course similar to that used in the Harris Cup Competition at the Club National Rally. The competition will be held at the Driving and Reversing Rally.
The Trophy is awarded at the AGM.
 
The Oliver Trophy - This was presented by Mr and Mrs R.H. Oliver for the successful Lady Competitor over the same course as that used in the Jay Cup. The competition will be held at the Driving and Reversing Rally.
The Trophy is awarded at the AGM.
 
The Williams Trophy – This was presented by the late Mr A. Williams and awarded to the most successful Male Competitor in the Novice Competition. The competition is only open to drivers who have not won a previous competition towing with a caravan. It is not open to any driver who has competed in the Club Road Rally. The competition will be held at the Driving and Reversing Rally.  
The Trophy is awarded at the AGM.
 
The Douglas Cup – This was presented by the late Mr J. Douglas and awarded to the most successful Lady Competitor taking part in the Novice Competition. The same rules apply as for the Williams Trophy.
The competition will be held at the Driving and Reversing Rally.
The Trophy is awarded at the AGM.
 
The Centre Trophy for Gentlemen – This is presented by the Centre to the Male competitor (whether he has won a previous competition or not) who produces the best combined performance in the Jay Cup and the Williams Trophy Competitions. The competition will be held at the Driving and Reversing Rally.
The Trophy is awarded at the AGM.
 
The Centre Trophy  for Ladies – This is presented by the Centre to the Lady Competitor (whether she has won a previous competition or not) who produces the best-combined performance in the Oliver Trophy and Douglas Cup Competitions. The competition will be held at the Driving and Reversing Rally.
The Trophy is awarded at the AGM.
 
The Junior Cycling Competition
 
The Frank Offord Memorial Trophy - This trophy was purchased by the Centre as a memorial to the late Dr. F. Offord.
It is presented annually to the Class B winner of the Junior Cycling Competition. The competition is generally held at the
Youth Section Rally.
The Trophy is awarded at the AGM.
 
The Harvey Cycling Competition Cup – This is presented by Mr & Mrs R. Harvey for the Class A winner of the Junior
Cycling Competition. The competition is generally held at the Youth Section Rally.
The Trophy is awarded at the AGM.
 
The Kennedy-Keene Trophy – This is presented by Mr and Mrs T. Kennedy and awarded to the keenest Competitor, other than the winner or Runner Up in the Cycling Proficiency Tests. The competition is generally held at the Youth Section Rally.
The Trophy is awarded at the AGM. 
 
Sports Trophy
 
The Wall Achievement Cup for Sports – This is presented by Mr and Mrs M. Wall and Family for the person or persons outstanding participation or contribution in sport, which will be presented in the year of the Wessex Rally.
The Trophy is awarded at the AGM.
 
Handicrafts
 
T he Ron Walker Memorial Cup – This is presented by Mrs B. Walker to be awarded to the Winner of the Handicraft Competition judged at the Chairman’s Rally.
The Trophy is awarded at the AGM.
 
The Parkinson Shield – This is presented by Mr & Mrs A Parkinson to be awarded to the winner of the Junior Handicraft Competition judged at the Chairman’s Rally.
The Trophy is awarded at the AGM.
 
Photographic
 
The Hambly Shield – This is presented by Mr and Mrs G Hambly to be awarded for the best Rally Book Cover Photograph judged at the Chairman’s Rally.
The Trophy is awarded at the AGM
 
The Centre Salver
The Salver was purchased by the Centre to mark the success of the Devon and Cornwall Centre Team in winning the Esso Trophy in the Club Road Rally in 1961.
It is presented to the member achieving the most outstanding performance in any Open Event for caravans run under the General Standing Regulations of the Caravan Club.
This is no longer competed for.