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Richard Cobby judged this annual battle, with yet another tight outcome
There was a one point difference after the 20 prints were judged, 166 to Badby & 167 to Dunchurch. It was even tighter for the DPI, 168 points apiece.
So a marginal win for Dunchurch 335 to 334, although Badby claimed the moral victory having had both top marks in Prints & DPIs. Last year Badby pipped us by 1 point, so honours even.
See the Dunchurch individual scores here .
There were 32 DPI entries to be judged by Brian Pere.
The results were
1st Double the Trouble and Nick Schofield Fall by Phil Lindley
2nd Rose Ensemble by Gerry Coyle
3rd The Black Cuillin by Keith Watson
HC Lone Tree by Richard Anthony
HC Cover Girl by Julian Dowler
HC Paddling Hard by Andrew Swan
C Pink-Backed Pelican in Flight by Anthony Timmins
C Over to Skye by Keith Watson
C Bay View, Canankkale, Turkey by Bob Mercer
The 2-way battle between Dunchurch & Market Harborough was judged by Chris Baldwin
12 prints and 12 DPIs from each club produced a close outcome.
It was a battle of 2 halves. Market Harborough prevailed in the print section, winning that 208 to 205.5 points. The second half with the DPIs saw a reversal of fortunes with Dunchurch winning with 207 to 202 points.
The overall outcome was therefore a win for Dunchurch 412.5 to 410.
The highest scoring print and DPI both came from Market Harborough with ‘Man and Machine’ by Martin Cock and ‘White Tailed Eagle’ by Nigel Spencer.
Full results list
(Longhorn Beetle by Ken Monk)
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There were 35 submitted Monochrome prints for the John Hughes Trophy. Trevor McHugh was the judge
The leading results were
1st Dennis with Walking Stick by Gerry Coyle
2nd Peak Crag by Gerry Coyle
3rd Zebras by Anthony Timmins
HC Sinhalese Coconut Worker by Ray Millward
HC Temples of Stone by Albert Watts
HC The Welder by Terry Mann
C Pevensey Bay by Phil Lindley
C Light & Refreshing by Mike Morgan
C Guilin Hills by Jean Sutton
C Trees in Winter by Robin Cooter