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 Clue wordAwardClueExplanation
2017-2018
2364COMPOST HEAPFirstCanine requires pet shampoo after rolling about in this!C + anag., & lit.
2360VIDENDAVHCA must-see series of old with classic depiction of Tanner, E the centrepiece of Mondaysvi d (6d) + E + nda; ref. ‘Coronation Street’
2016-2017
2356PUBLIC SERVANTVHCLive crabs, boiled in pot. May I serve now?anag. in punt; pot = large bet; ref. Theresa M.
2351RHAGADESVHCTheir edges reddish along affected epidermis?first & last letters, & lit.
2330BRAZEN / MOPISH (Right and Left)VHC Opener lacking oomph is out of sorts, listless NZ are bowled out – recalling resources of Charlie Parker?anag. less o; anag. incl. b; ref. C. Parker, former England bowler and C. Parker, jazz saxophonist
2324CELEBRATIONSVHCThese could involve a ‘Noel set’ with crib – or perhaps a bristlecone lit up2 anags. & lit.
2015-2016
2291AVESTA (Printer’s Devilry)VHCWe’re UK citizens surely – those of us offshore but working, righ/t? Us too! 
2287VALETVHCNot-quite menial type, attendant to upwardly-mobile gents?lav (rev.) + et(a), & lit.
2283BARGAINVHCSnatch flip-flops to get one in shoddy brand magasin (not M and S, unusually)grab (rev.) + a + in; anag. less anag.
2279CLEMENTINEVHCClumsy feet (nines) should make her fussy when suffering splinterscomp. anag. & lit.; ref. song v. 2: ‘her shoes were number nine’
2272SNOWMOBILEVHCOman’s first women’s lib gathering? Form of advancement unlikely to catch on thereanag. incl. O
2265ESPRIT FORTVHCHigh priest? Pah, say Ianag. + fort, & lit.; ref. pah1,2
2261GANGSTERLANDVHCLasagne blended with odd bits of rigatoni, starter for diner in Little Italy?anag. incl. alternate letters + d; ref. organized crime area of NYC
2014-2015
2244AVANT-GARDISTEVHCI might be exhibited by daring Tate: V & A’s waveringanag. incl. V, A’s, & lit.
2235CHOCK-A-BLOCKVHCGenerously-filled cold ham sandwiches to serve mixed party group?C + ka bloc in hock
2218FOREIGNERVHCDespite Nige’s blustering, this fellow should be missed around herefor + anag. + (h)er(e), & lit.
2200BRINDISIVHCIs one delivered alongside booze-up? That should be right for Latinis I after blind with r for L, & lit.
2013-2014
2183SANGRAILVHCTreating it with awe, this confounded Sir Gawain et alcomp. anag. & lit.
2165OUT OF ORDERVHCToo rude for Nuts, displaying bust?anag.; ref. lads’ mag
2157MELODRAMATICVHCInvolving extremes of emotion, this – a term associated with old cinema, perhapscomp. anag. incl. e, n, & lit.
2152STUFFED SHIRTVHCBlimp, primarily for Specsavers’ use, drifts along with the broadcastanag. incl. f, S,u; ref. Sky Sports Ashes coverage
2148ZOLLVEREINVHCArea of free-flowing traffic? Rather busy, I’ll never cross over herezo + anag.
2012-2013
2144INFERNO (Spoonerisms)VHCIs wearing feathery item on lady’s hat in fashion?Hades Latin-fashion; in fern o’
2139DE RIGUEURSecondHow do you make socks etc this? Fashion guru CK decrees it so!comp. anag. & lit.; ref. Calvin Klein
2126DESPERATEVHCOn the ropes, a weed’s battered – one who’s this, perhaps?comp. anag. & lit.
2122NICETYFirstTouch of refinement missing from a mere HC?nice t(r)y, & lit.; ref. AZ comps
2109THICKETYVHCMarked, yet turned deceptively. Greaves of old might be so described?thick (qv) + anag.; greave (obs) = thicket; ref. Jimmy G.
2100A STITCH IN TIMEThirdWay to avoid unwanted issue? Flexible product of chemist, ain’t it?anag.
2011-2012
2078RÉCOLLETVHCElectoral maverick – no second place for Galloway, a reformed member!anag. less a; ref. Bradford by-election
2070MISTREATMENTVHCS & M attire sported by chaps heading for this?anag. + men + t, & lit.
2064COLD TURKEYVHCOld tucker unfortunately served up by X’s successoranag. + Y, & lit.
2062APPLE-KNOCKERVHCWas ‘yankee plonker’ the non-PC translation of this sawney?comp. anag. less PC, & lit.
2053PERISHER def. ESTIMATE (Wrong Number)VHCTinker, perhaps? Taken in by spy initially reckon I’d suspect Haydonfirst letters in peer; reckon; ref. Le Carré
2010-2011
2040EASTER (Printer’s Devilry)VHCIn a candid feature on G. Ramsay, a r/isk’s unavoidable? 
2031EMBROIDERYVHCIt can make derrière of queenly bride more elaborateanag. incl. y, & lit.
2006GROAN (Spoonerisms)VHC‘Merry’ organ donors tend to do it all May!moaners … day; anag.
2009-2010
1984ORWEL(L)IAN (Doublethink)VHCFollower of Blair, mistaken on war and swallowing devious lie?anag. in anag.
1962ANADEMVHCWhat’s made an unkempt mane a model’s centrepiece, after styling?2 anags. & lit.
1960NGANA (3 defs + letter mixture) (Parcels)FirstGetting mad cow disease, broken down Jersey in gaga-land!RAGING ANALYSED
1949PALFRENIERVHCFor one accustomed to curry, concocting a bit of flavour with Lea & Perrins won’t have succeededanag. incl. f, less s
2008-2009
1936LITMUS TESTVHCIt has to feature among first of lab experiments schools teachit must in first letters, & lit.
1932NINE-TO-FIVEVHCIf vote in NE collapses, is it limiting time in office for Labouranag.; ref. local elections
1918PALAMPOREThirdYou might have seen this dishevelled in a Nepalese rompcomp. anag. & lit.
1897WASH-OUTVHCSee this erode ground? Could be due to a showercomp. anag. & lit.
1893EARTHYVHCCut eye having absorbed a short right, Henry is containing Claya rt H all in ey(e)
2007-2008
1879LITTER BASKETVHCYou’d take best & lit. – remainder’s ending up hereanag. incl. r, & lit. up = excited
1862UNALIKE (Spoonerisms)VHCBody found in New York – drunken alkie. The name? It’s ‘sot’same ,.. not,’ UN + anag.
1858HUMONGOUSThirdI doubt that ordinary North American sandwiches turn out thus!go in hum o N US, & lit.
1836POSTHASTEVHCA variant to express? Chambers try to include the very latest in Englishpos + h in taste
2006-2007
1814HIPSTERVHCSuch as becomes pert-ish bum?anag. & lit.
1810HARE / POSEUR / SERINETTE (DLM)ThirdHelp run a rehab centre, soup kitchen or medical charity – I want to be seen to encourage interest in organ donation 
1806INEBRIANTSecondWhat’s in it? Largely what suited Bacchus and co. beforenebri(s) an. in it, & lit.
1784TEARAWAYVHCA year at reformatory carries little weight with himw in anag., & lit.
2005-2006
1775ROUGH-AND-READYVHCIt could be argued – handy or improvised?anag. & lit.
1762DUDDERYVHCNew Boots and Panties unavailable here – Dury dead and not about to be reissuedanag. less a; ref. hit album by the late Ian Dury
1750PLOUGHMANVHCHe benefited from shares (the sod took a cut) it’s no laugh, MP thrown outanag.
1733PALESTRAVHCYears ago, somewhere like Lloyd’s offered least APR when getting plasticanag.; ref David Lloyd’s sports centres/Lloyd’s Bank
2004-2005
1711MINUSVHCFancy consuming, having a gallon about sunk? I’d suggest a take-awayanag. less cong. (qv)
1700FIVE-O’CLOCK SHADOWVHCCompliance in exotic food we lack, Hovis brown features around tea-timeC in anag.
1698CROSSTIESecondIt’s replaced so SR cite train cost rise?2 anags. & lit.
1694MISINTERPRETVHCFail to read properly, due to thickness? Times printer using new formatanag.
1680PILLOW-CUPVHCOut of bed, after badly needing to fill chamberpot, can result from this?ill in po, WC + up, & lit.
2003-2004
1676CRINGE-MAKINGVHCWhat’s most ——? Possibly R. Atkinson g-gem when let loose with miccomp. anag.; ref. Ron A.’s racist gaffe on air
1663ARMAMENTARIAVHCBring ‘materia medica’, ulna needs resetting: include big —— perhaps?comp. anag.
1641GADGETEERVHCCurse to hit Scrabble player, when you take last letters and get Q, say?gad get + e, e, r
1628ENCOMIONVHCNo income, poor and cracking upanag.; crack up = praise
2002-2003
1611LEISLERVHCI’ll see poorly and take no central part in Carroll – teller half dropped offanag. + r; Le(w)is (tel)ler; & lit.; ref. dormouse’s ‘Twinkle, twinkle…’
1606TEOSINTE / INTELSAT (Overlaps)VHCQuelch set Latin material later found in Latin bible?anag.; ref. Bunter stories; bible = ruminant’s stomach
1602FENESTRAVHCForce and enter as criminal here?F + anag., & lit.
1596GENISTA (Definition of Anagram)VHCFirst book – it’s a must for the Euro-travellertsigane; Gen. + anag.
1589JOKESMITHVHCCrack supplier provides joint: exotic smoke with staggering ‘hit’J + anag. + anag.
1585SHIATSUFirstTailor has suit technique of making one fit by handanag.
1572SHIELD-MAYSecondIf order not followed, she could cause Hel dismayanag. & lit; ref. Norse mythology
2001-2002
1559THEOLOGASTERSecondDodgy RE? He’s got a lotanag. & lit.
1541CHUPRASSYVHCHe’d get changed to deliver us arch-spy: that is kind of Batman!anag.; ref. Bruce Wayne/Batman character
2000-2001
1502RAPPELThirdSort of rock exercise with additional line?rap + PE + l, & lit.
1489FRONT-BENCHERSecondCook R (cf. Benn T) – he or another Labour minister?anag.
1485BOURSE / TIFOSO (Right and Left)VHCWhere stock’s sold abroad, our BSE’s contamination of it so damaged devotee of European ties?anag.; anag.
1480SAMARITANVHCMania with star wars whence Luke’s heroanag.; ref. L. Skywalker and Luke ch. 10
1472TORAN (Printer’s Devilry)VHCRe vision problems: to men/d pupils, graft is required 
1999-2000
1459GREATEST (Spoonerisms)VHCOast associated with barley? Taken with gin, I get strange brew!boast…Ali; comp. anag.
1433NEANDERTHALVHCNo left winger? New formation, with Guppy’s introduction, may give England heartcomp. anag. incl. g; ref Steve G.
1428CRICETIDVHCI’m largely content to expedite circular wheelinghidden rev. & lit.
1415MANATI (Printer’s Devilry)FirstRo/me’s face is strangely not italicRoman, a Times face, is strangely not italic
1998-1999
1406CHASSEPOTVHCI got fired from post chaise suffering attack?anag. less I
1385PANTRIESVHCNapery sites? Yes, these possibly…comp. anag. & lit.
1367SANBENITOSVHCStrict Ximenean dress-code bans ties with no cross!anag.; cross = hybrid
1997-1998
1351NEATEN (Printer’s Devilry)VHCHaving one over the eight may befi/t handsome guys – get legless! 
1338SMART ALECVHCI may be disposed to cram leastanag. & lit.
1336STOCKINGFirstYou’ll recollect letters to St Nick go hereanag., & lit.
1334CATACHRESTICVHCPerhaps confusing Arctic as the centre for Sphenisciformes?anag. incl. c, & lit; penguins only in Antarctic
1325UPROOTALVHCElimination from cups? Are poor Italy losing their edge? Bothmiddle letters; i.e. both edges
1322CARPETThirdOdds of ‘threes’ at Cup clash?anag. of alternate letters & lit.
1312REST-CUREVHCObjects of snooker? That pocketing first of reds should lead to useful breakr in rest, cue
1996-1997
1294TRANSENNAFirstScreen for saint’s remnants – this forms it, perhaps?comp anag., & lit.; screen = sift
1290NITERIEVHCSuperior neighbour adjoining topless bar, say?(u)nit + (Lake) Erie, & lit.; bar4
1268ARGIE-BARGIEVHCWranglers’ forte? This lot obtain algebra and trig, i.e. with nothing wrongcomp. anag.; ref Cambridge exams
1260OUT-AND-OUTVHC‘Love’ united with wavering Turandot, resistance gone utterly0 + U + anag. less r; ref opera
1995-1996
1255CATAFALCOVHCEntering grave one’s first of all ferried aboard like conveyancefirst letters in Cato, & lit.
1234AVANT-PROPOSVHCWhat’s post contents? Sorted letters in poor Pat’s vananag.; ref Postman P.
1220CASSANDRAVHCGirl first seen in Competition Azed some reviews ago – about a thousand, you forgot?(thou)sand in first letters, & letters; ref AZ 190 – see below
1207EPOCH-MARKINGVHCPM KO’ing each Right alternative is presaging a very long term?anag. incl. r
1203CLERICALISMVHCLilac Merc is overheated – result of too many revs?anag.
1994-1995
1200Nine letter word (C and T latent) (Letters Latent)VHCFlat green playing surface? Lara’d be rampant!(C)ARD-(T)ABLE; anag.
1180COLD TURKEYVHCTuck ye Lord up wherein e.g. horse has been removed?anag.; up = in an excited state
1161ADIAPHORONSecondThis tenet without a ‘must’ gives adherent option?comp. anag. & lit.; must adj.
1993-1994
1147MAYDAYVHCUnited you’ll see blossom with time – that’s when the reds will celebratemay + day; ref. Manchester United
1128CHRISTMAS PRESENTVHCSomething thrilling in stockings? Naughty MPs can’t resist heranag.
1113EMPLASTRUMVHCThis does trammel pus!anag. & lit.
1108GREENVHCConcerned with the earth and environsre in Ge ‘n’, & lit.
1992-1993
1091SAPSAGO (Spoonerisms)VHCBing is not above a pass, suffering crooner lustanag. + go; lunar crust
1061MAGICVHCLittle fag (American)? The reverse!cig Am (rev. ); ref ‘Magic’ Johnson, tall and heterosexual
1990-1991
991BRASH (or BRUSH)SecondMaking brandy handy will render you this?i.e. br as h, & lit.
972Anagram of 28 letters (Anagram)VHCNoel brief: ‘hat’ anag. but no ‘hat’ clue 
943BARAGOUINVHCe.g. local ‘Langue d’oil’, wanting tips on translationbar + anag. & lit.
1989-1990
922REFORMADOVHCEnd of war: for me a sad event?r + anag. + do & lit.
908INDIGO (Printer’s Devilry)VHCA smattering of h/ing, abroad in India, made meal most sound, authentic 
895TONE DEAFVHCUnable to read pitch, tourists near defeat after taking first two in seriesinitial pairs of letters
891CATVHCIs this Tom I’d feed? Could be if domesticatedcomp. anag. & lit.
1988-1989
878MOUSEPIECEVHCLocals’ beef: might express come up S.E. differently, i.e. hidden?i.e. in anag. ; ref. Chunnel rail link dispute
866NECTAREOUSVHCSauterne & co. might appear soanag., & lit.
853DEBACLEFirstThis situation, with letters in extremis, could make you cable Azed!anag. less A, Z, & lit. ref. postal strike
1987-1988
814SPOUSAGEVHCHealthy institution having exchange of ring for a custom0 for a in spa + usage, & lit.
805LITOTESVHCLittle chap into deception? ‘Not a lot…’ perhapstot in lies; ref. Paul Daniels catchphrase
1986-1987
783CAMPESINOVHCOne is poor where coffee product comes firstCamp + anag. & lit.
750SALMAGUNDY (THLMAGUY/OULMAGUY) (750 themed clue)VHCMainly tough puzzling found between No. 1 and this!comp. anag. incl. I, & lit.
740ESCADRILLEVHCIt’s produced by service training for power in flightp for drill in escape
1985-1986
722SUPERNACULUMVHCIt will make ale-cup run out (in total)anag. in sum & lit.
718FLO(GG)IN(G) (Letters Latent)VHCWapping strikes? Potential of nil!anag.
1984-1985
649AUSTRALORPSecondPut ‘rasorial’ as possible order for this one?comp. anag. & lit.
1982-1983
559EMBASEVHCTake down, as in a decoration, following end of Yuletidee + as in MBE
558MINCEMEAT (with one extra R) (Extra Letter)VHCPier’s filling – awfully nice in mid-summer, the ’ottest timepie’s; anag. in mm + ’eat
556SWEAL (Misprints)VHCA feature of Christmas, we all binge!singe; hidden
538INGRAINFirstLike a tattoo artist that’s restricted by where it may be visibleRA in in gin; ‘gin and it’
1981-1982
508POSTURE-MAKERVHCMr Speaker out dancing – he makes members do the twistanag.
504SIMMENTHALERVHCIn herds: meat’n’ milk may be obtained from this kindcomp. anag. & lit.
473HERRING-BONEVHCOo, been hurrying? Could have given you this stitchcomp. anag.
1980-1981
430TEGULAVHCTo be seen by anyone – nearly everyone, from below, get up on thisget (rev.) on U + al(l) (rev.) & lit.
1978-1979
327HEMLOCKVHCIt’ll make you choke terribly after swallowing a small measureml in anag. & lit.
1976-1977
238CRAMBOJINGLEVHCFor poets this may be essential in competing for Lear’s jobcomp. anag. & lit.
234HOROSCOPISTSecondPerhaps one holding a ball in which Scorpio’s movements can be seen?anag. in host & lit.

 
HCs awarded to R. J. Whale
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2016-2017
  2347 ASLEEP
  2343 RESTORE (Printer’s Devilry)
  2338 TRUMP
  2334 ALLELUIAH
  2325 MASON
  2322 VENTRICOSE
  2313 PERFECT
 
2015-2016
  2305 AGREE def. PATCH (Wrong Number)
  2300 MISHMASH
  2274 SIMPATICO
  2270 FENESTRA
  2257 BUST-UP / PIT-PAT (Right and Left)
  2250 MILESTONE (with missing O) (Missing Letter)
 
2014-2015
  2222 OBJECT LESSON
  2213 SOLECISM
 
2013-2014
  2191 PLUG
  2187 WEST
  2174 CHARET (Printer’s Devilry)
  2168 CENTURY (with missing C) (Missing Letter)
  2161 FARRAGO
 
2012-2013
  2135 LOB
  2131 DIVES / MALIK (Right and Left)
  2113 PICAROON
  2105 TITANIC / ICEBERG (Overlaps)
  2096 TRICK
 
2011-2012
  2083 BEWITCH
  2074 BENNET
  2065 DERMESTIDAE
  2058 ROBUST
  2049 PARTY-POOPER
  2045 CATENATE
 
2010-2011
  2036 AL CONTO
  2023 CHAMBRANLE
  2019 OVERAWE / HENOTIC (Right and Left)
  2010 A COMING OF AGE
  2000 TWO THOUSAND
 
2009-2010
  1988 PERIQUE
  1979 FAR-OUT
  1975 SEPTENTRIONAL
  1958 HANGDOG
  1945 PRISON
  1940 SCANT def. SNEAP (Wrong Number)
 
2008-2009
  1923 ELLIPTIC
  1910 BARPERSON
  1908 WE THREE KINGS
  1906 MORSE
  1888 RASTER (Printer’s Devilry)
 
2007-2008
  1875 GOUTTE / UPREAR (Right and Left)
  1871 FAIRY GOLD
  1866 BINGE
  1849 AUXESIS
  1845 UPBRAID
  1840 W(I)NN(I)E-THE-POOH (Letters Latent)
 
2006-2007
  1801 RUSE DE GUERRE
  1797 HEART
  1792 APPALOOSA / ESTAMINET (Right and Left)
 
2005-2006
  1779 NEWIE (misprint of U) (Misprints)
  1766 GEST (Printer’s Devilry)
  1753 DIAGONAL
  1741 LORD NELSON
  1737 ANIMUS
 
2004-2005
  1728 EIDOLA def. NULLAH (Wrong Number)
  1719 ANHELATION
  1715 RELEASE / RASPING (Right and Left)
  1707 GALENA (Definition of Anagram)
  1702 WORDSMITHERY
  1689 SYNOD
  1685 MINO (Printer’s Devilry)
 
2003-2004
  1672 IMPASTOS (Spoonerisms)
  1667 CLARINI
  1659 SCAREDY-CAT
  1650 SAPHENA
  1648 MAGIC LANTERN
  1637 AMNESIC
  1624 BELAY
 
2002-2003
  1619 GISMO (Printer’s Devilry)
  1598 PHRASEMONGER
  1576 FACADE
 
2001-2002
  1563 SLYBOOTS
  1554 PEARL
  1550 MEMORITER
  1546 TRANSPARENT
  1544 PATROL (with jumble of RAPTORES) (Christmas Devilry)
 
2000-2001
  1515 SNIDE
  1511 DEEP-SEATED
  1506 BARE(-)BONES
  1500 GIT (on board ship) (Ship of Fools)
  1494 MARATHON
  1467 CANAPÉ
 
1999-2000
  1463 REVERSIONAL
  1454 GET-UP
  1450 PRETENDANT
  1446 NEWSPAPERDOM
  1437 MISTLETOE
 
1998-1999
  1402 PENTOSE (Definition of Anagram)
  1380 RAPPORT (Misprints)
 
1997-1998
  1346 PHARISEE
  1342 ALIENS / RAPINE (Right and Left)
  1329 PITHOS
 
1996-1997
  1307 AGILE (Spoonerisms)
  1284 STALE (3 defs. + sub. ind. of wrapping) (Parcels)
  1277 NOVE(M)BER (Letters Latent)
  1273 SIPOREX
  1264 TREDRILLE / FERVOROUS (Right and Left)
 
1995-1996
  1250 SONEOCARDIA (STENOCARDIA) (Ten to One)
  1247 PREDICANT
  1242 KNOCKERS
  1238 ELASTIN (Printer’s Devilry)
  1232 The world is too much with us; late and soon (Anagram)
  1216 CHAPERON
 
1994-1995
  1186 GRISELDA
  1169 BLITHE / URSINE (Right and Left)
  1165 YAPSTER
  1156 TERPSICHOREAN
 
1993-1994
  1143 DEATH (Printer’s Devilry)
  1134 TOVARICH
  1126 CHEATERY
  1122 BASILIAN
  1117 STAMNOS (3 Consecutive Letters)
  1104 BURYING-PLACES
  1100 CONCORDANCE
 
1992-1993
  1076 PARLOUR GAMES
  1074 DEMIREP
  1052 AGANIPPE
 
1991-1992
  1039 TOLERABLE
  1034 BURLAP
  1021 BEARD
  1017 SCHAPSKA / PEARMAIN (Right and Left)
  1013 ALVEARY
 
1990-1991
  947 SHOULDER-SLIP
 
1989-1990
  934 LACE-UPS
  930 SABULOSE
  926 NERD
  904 VOETGANGER
  900 (C)HARLATANIS(M) (Letters Latent)
 
1988-1989
  887 MONSTER
  882 DOSSIER
  868 ROLAND (2 clues + def. of contents) (Parcels)
 
1987-1988
  835 PROSAICAL
  831 COOLABAH (Spoonerisms)
  827 MICKEY-TAKING
  823 SARBACANE
  818 EMBUSQUÉ
  816 POTLACH (with extra O in word) (Extra letter)
  809 DOLCE VITA
  801 LINCHET
  788 CROW
 
1986-1987
  779 MISSING LINK
  766 GUBBINS
  753 SHEEPDOG
 
1985-1986
  701 BALUSTRADE
  696 ANTIMNEMONIC
  692 FIDIBUS def. PRICKET (Wrong Number)
  683 BANISH
 
1984-1985
  660 Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse (Anagram)
  657 SILLY-BILLY
  631 INTERLOCK
 
1983-1984
  622 SIMP (Printer’s Devilry)
  615 HISTORIETTE
  610 DOUBLETHINK
  590 MINEVER
 
1982-1983
  568 TETHER (Printer’s Devilry)
  543 STAYING POWER
 
1981-1982
  521 ATTITUDINISE
  506 ELANET (Printer’s Devilry)
  500 BEFOOL (two extra Ds) (Extra Letter)
  495 CACOETHES
  491 SEVENTY-EIGHT
 
1980-1981
  469 APLUSTRE
  443 STEEPLECROWN
 
1977-1978
  301 TROLLOPISH
  289 AMNESIAC
  259 TRANSIRE
 
1976-1977
  247 FLIVVER
 


Annual Honours record of R. J. Whale
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YearPrizes
(1, 2, 3)
VHCsHCsPosition
2016-20170 4 7 26
2015-20160 7 5 12
2014-20150 4 2 25
2013-20140 5 5 19
2012-20133 (1, 1, 1) 3 5 5
2011-20120 5 6 17
2010-20110 3 5
2009-20101 (1, 0, 0) 3 6 18
2008-20091 (0, 0, 1) 4 5 12
2007-20081 (0, 0, 1) 3 6 15
2006-20072 (0, 1, 1) 2 3 11
2005-20060 4 5 25
2004-20051 (0, 1, 0) 4 7 12
2003-20040 3 7
2002-20032 (1, 1, 0) 5 3 4
2001-20021 (0, 1, 0) 1 5
2000-20012 (0, 1, 1) 3 6 12
1999-20001 (1, 0, 0) 3 5 16
1998-19990 3 2
1997-19982 (1, 0, 1) 5 3 4
1996-19971 (1, 0, 0) 3 5 17
1995-19960 4 6 23
1994-19951 (0, 1, 0) 2 4 18
1993-19940 4 7 23
1992-19930 2 3
1991-19920 0 5
1990-19911 (0, 1, 0) 2 1 21
1989-19900 4 5 21
1988-19891 (1, 0, 0) 2 3 22
1987-19880 2 9
1986-19870 3 3
1985-19860 2 4
1984-19851 (0, 1, 0) 0 3
1983-19840 0 4
1982-19831 (1, 0, 0) 3 2 11
1981-19820 3 5
1980-19810 1 2
 
1978-19790 1 0
1977-19780 0 3
1976-19771 (0, 1, 0) 1 1