|POT PEWTER PRINGLE||For the top ladder score.||Phil Jeffery
20,837 points from 6 flights (scoring distance: 3,066 km)
|PRESIDENT’S LADDER||For the top ladder score achieved in club gliders.||Chris Barrott
5,476 points from 6 flights (scoring distance: 879 km)
|MUG METAL MACHIN||For the longest, handicapped, declared, completed flight around up to 3 turning points.||Alex Holswilder
in HPH Shark ‘SF’ on 20 July: Gransden, Burton upon Stather, Clacton E, Skeffington, Gransden.
H/C Distance: 599km. H/C Speed: 82.9 kph
|PONS POT||As for the Mug Metal Machin, but where the flight was not completed.||Malte Grosche
in Mini Nimbus ‘LG’ on 11 July: Gransden, Bullington, Leominster, Soham (abandoned)
H/C Distance: 528 km. H/C Speed: 85.0 kph
|JUBILEE BOWL||For the longest, handicapped, completed flight around up to 2 turning points, not necessarily declared.||David Tew
in Duo Discus X ’72’ on 21 July: Gransden, Glastonbury, Moulton Church, Gransden.
H/C Distance: 498 km. H/C Speed: 79.2kph
|GRANSDEN TROPHY||For the fastest, handicapped speed around turning points at Burley Gate (BUG) and Mendlesham Mast (MEN) – 507km. The task can be done either way round.||Alex Holswilder
in HPH Shark ‘SF’ on 31 May. H/C speed: 105.7 kph
|BOAL POT||For the fastest, handicapped flight round Soham(SOH), Eastwell(EAW), and Calvert(CAL) – 305.5km. The task can be done either way round.||Alex Holswilder
in HPH Shark ‘SF’ on 17 July. H/C Speed: 87.1 kph
|SANVILLE ENIGMA||For the fastest, handicapped out-and-return flight to Great Malvern(GRM) – 305km.||Graham Drury
in ASW27B ‘841’ on 31 May. H/C Speed: 106.7 kph.
|BOOMERANG||For the fastest, handicapped out-and-return flight to Shipston-on-Stour(SHP) – 208.7km, not necessarily declared. For pilots who have not completed a UK 500 km flight at the beginning of the season.||Julia Robson
in Discus 2c ‘JO’ on 12 September. H/C Speed: 89.7 kph.
|DOUBLE CENTURY TROPHY||Fastest handicapped flight: Bicester Control Tower (BIC) – Husbands Bosworth (HUS) – 205.0km. For pilots who have not flown a 300km at the start of the ladder season. The task can be done either way round.||No Claim|
|SLAZENGER TROPHY||For the fastest, handicapped flight around the Slazenger triangle: Turning points at Newport Pagnell and Rushden (110Km). The Task can be done either way round. For novices only.||Lauri Pesonen
in Discus ‘693’ on 30 May. H/C Speed: 77.7 kph.
|COLONIAL SHIELD||For the longest Silver Distance flight.||Tom Zawisza
in ASW19 ‘CU’ on 1 September Gransden, Crowland Bridge, Gransden. 110km
|TED WARNER TROPHY||For the best performance on the ladder by a novice.||Lauri Pesonen
6,611 points from 6 flights (scoring distance 1,032km)
|COMPLICITY CUP||For the best syndicate score on the ladder.||72 syndicate
David Tew, Wendy Head & Richard Maskell
|‘FUN IN THE AIR’ TROPHY||For pure enjoyment of flying without necessarily chasing ladders & badges.||Sharon Brown|
|BOTTLE of BOLLY CHALLENGE||For the best ladder score in an ASW19 or Pegase.||Chris Barrott
5,476 points from 6 flights. (scoring distance: 879 km)
|KELMAN CLOCK||For the longest, handicapped, flight around up to three turning points, launched from GRL during the Winter Season.||No claim|
|SIR ARTHUR MARSHALL TROPHY||For the highest placed Cambridge pilot competing in the annual Regionals / Nationals run at Gransden Lodge.||Colin Smithers
Runner up in the Cloud Rally Racers class
|BUS PASS TROPHY||For the highest placed pilot competing in the annual Regionals / Nationals run at Gransden Lodge who is entitled to a government bus pass.||Peter Warner
Runner up in the Cloud Rally Racers class
|VICE CHANCELLOR’S TROPHY||For the winner of the annual Regionals / Nationals run at Gransden Lodge.||Graham Drury
Winner of the Cloud Rally Racers class
|CAMBRIDGE EVENING NEWS CHALLENGE CUP||For second place in the annual Regionals / Nationals run at Gransden Lodge.||Chris Barrott
Winner of the Cloud Rally Funsters class
|A.L.L. ALEXANDER TROPHY||For the highest scoring flight on the BGA ladder flown in a glider with a handicap of 95 or less, launched from Gransden Lodge. (The trophy is awarded to the P1 in the case of multiseater gliders. The IGC trace must be uploaded to the BGA ladder.)||Michael Samuels in Pegase ‘591’ on 1 September: Gransden, Donington, Hardwick, Kibworth, Gransden.
H/C Distance: 319 km. H/C speed: 69 kph for 1,881 cross country points.
|THE HIGH FLIGHT TROPHY||For the CGC pilot achieving the greatest height gain taking off from and landing back at Gransden Lodge. (The flight can be made in any glider that the pilot is qualified to fly but must be flown solo. The pilot must not have flown a Silver C distance prior to the height gain flight).||Steve Pleasance
in Junior ‘HDU’ on 22 July: Height gain 4,846 feet.
|FENLAND CUP||Presented by Peter Stafford-Allen for soaring excellence at a Gransden Lodge competition as determined by the relevant Competition Director. The original Fenland Cup was awarded by the Fenland Gliding Club for the longest cross-country by a club pilot, last known to be awarded in 1967 just before Fenland G.C. moved from Feltwell to its current base at RAF Marham.||Justin Brister
Runner up in the Cloud Rally Funsters class
|SHARK CHALLENGE||Awarded for the highest ladder score in an HPH Shark||Alex Holswilder
16,169 points from 6 flights (scoring distance 2,467 km)
|CADET CUP||For the most meritorious cadet.||Erik Pretorius|
|TREDDERS TROPHY||For the greatest all round contribution to the club (open to non committee members).||Peter Kimber|
|GILLIAN BRYCE-SMITH PEN||For the member who has done most to promote the Cambridge Gliding Centre.||Steve Phillips|
|ROADRUNNER’S TROPHY||For the longest road retrieve starting and finishing at Gransden Lodge.||Andrew Hulme
46 mile return trip to Ely to retrieve Mark Robinson, Paul Newman and glider HGV.