Gwynfa Grab 2015 Stanley Chell

For the third time in four years Gwynfa Camera Club has won the Stanley Chell Cup.

It was a very tense affair with the result in doubt until the very end. Both Gwynfa & Tenby scored a maximum of 40 in the first two rounds. Both clubs were still level (on 58 points) after three rounds. The final round provided a tense finish with Gwynfa scoring 19 and holding their collective breath until the Tenby score of 18 was announced. The final top three places were:

1st place – Gwynfa – 77 points (20 – 20 – 18 – 19)
2nd place – Tenby – 76 points (20 – 20 – 18 – 18)
3rd place – Inn Focus – 72 points (18 – 17 – 17 – 20)

The complete final score-sheet and final placings can be seen if you click the links.

The other awards were:
Hans Hover Trophy (Best Monochrome Print) – The Orphanage by Dave Bolton (Tenby).
Glyn John Trophy (Best Colour Print) – Halfpenny Penalty by Gareth Jenkins (Inn Focus).
Glan and Mair Trophy (Best Landscape) – Grasses & Dunes by Leigh Woolford (Gwynfa).
Doris Chell Memorial Trophy (Best Image) – Brown Eyed Girl by Margot Rowlands (Gwynfa).

Thanks to the judge Peter McCloskey FRPS APAGB who did a fantastic job and also to Aberdare Camera Club for putting on an excellent and very successful event and lovely buffet, as they always do.