Azed Competition No. 2434  Azed Slip  |  < 2430  |  <    |  Other competitions  |  ordStats
No.DateClue wordClue typeClues
2434 Feb 2019STONKERED normal25

 

AwardClue writerClueExplanation
FirstMrs A. M. WaldenParalytic strokes mostly end badlyanag. less s
SecondDr J. BurscoughStinko? Reed could be one this inebriatedanag. less I, & lit.; ref. Oliver R.
ThirdR. J. WhaleTaking bubbly Sekt with no reason to stop gets you thisanag. + red (light), & lit.
VHCD. AppletonStart to souse with Willie in Perth till dead drunks + tonk2 ere2 d
VHCM. BarleyBrahms and Liszt: noted pair of keyboardists ultimately rather famous for composinganag. incl. ke, r, s; ref. rhyming slang
VHCT. C. BorlandSaving its skin, pesky rodent scuttled under the tableanag. incl. esk
VHCC. J. BroughamEmbedded in reeds stirring shore bird upped and whistledknot (rev.) in anag.
VHCJ. DoylendEnd stroke play after too many rounds?anag.
VHCW. DreverIs ‘Drunkometer’ required for one —— with rum? Possiblycomp. anag. incl. I, & lit.
VHCA. S. EverestTiddly Kent score (out for a hundred). Middle of order hammeredanag. less c + d
VHCS. C. FordRattle alternately used Franck, Beethoven, Brahms and Lisztanag. of alternate letters; ref. Simon R.
VHCH. FreemanFloored, sent reeling with KO, bloodied, is Hatton not getting up?anag. + red, ’s + Derek not (rev.); ref. Derek H., politician and Ricky H., boxer
VHCR. GilbertAs newts are said to be – to Red Ken’s distress?anag.; distress imperative; ref. K. Livingstone’s fondness for newts
VHCJ. GrimesWith Buds served up Reed’s misbehaving so?knots (rev.) + anag.; ref. Budweiser beer, Oliver R.
VHCR. J. HealdTight place for potters clearing up is around edge of cushionn in Stoke red; ref. snooker
VHCM. Lloyd-JonesWell away in second vote, edging out Red Ken surprisinglys + anag. incl. ot; ref. K. Livingstone
VHCD. F. ManleyThing for King’s initiation is wedged in piece of rock, ruddy tight!K in stone + red; ref. Excalibur
VHCP. W. MarlowStroke Lendl played lacking length repeatedly getting smashedanag. incl. end; ref. tennis
VHCT. J. MooreyTaking defeat in series, gutless England hammeredtonk in ser. + E, d; ref. W. Indies series
VHCS. J. O’BoyleTight reef knots loosened with a bit of dexterity, no force neededanag. incl. d less f
VHCM. G. PayneDescribes, perhaps, some frolicking on ‘der Sekt’anag. & lit.; Sekt (Ger.) = champagne
VHCA. PlumbOff one’s head from trying to consume constant wine?k in anag. incl. t + red, & lit.
VHCJ. SmailesIn such a state, addled with rum, drunkometers may come outcomp. anag. & lit.
VHCJ. R. TozerDel’s turned up round at Nag’s Head, ——?to N in Derek’s (rev.), & lit.; ref. Del/Derek Trotter in ‘Only Fools and Horses’
VHCA. J. WardropLoaded set snorted coke out of Colombiaanag. less CO
 

HCs awarded in competition 2434 to:

T. AndersonDr I. S. FletcherP. McKennaDr S. J. Shaw
D. & N. AsplandG. I. L. GraftonJ. R. C. MichieN. G. Shippobotham
M. BarkerA. H. HarkerK. MilanI. Simpson
A. & J. CalderD. HarrisC. G. MillinDr G. Simpson
P. CargillM. HodgkinMs C. MorganR. C. Teuton
D. CarterG. JohnstoneJ. OutenMs S. Wallace
M. CoatesJ. R. H. JonesR. J. PalmerL. Ward
N. ConnaughtonDr J. P. LesterM. L. PerkinsG. H. Willett
A. DarbyJ. C. LeylandJ. Vincent & Ms R. PorterJ. Woodall
M. DaviesT. LockeW. Ransome 
Ms L. DavisL. F. MarzillierT. Rudd