Annual Honours Lists
 
All-time top competitors
YearCompetitionsWinner
2014-20152200 to 22488 of 13 complete
2013-20142148 to 2196C. J. Morse
2012-20132096 to 2144R. J. Heald
2011-20122045 to 2091M. Barley
D. F. Manley
2010-20111992 to 2040R. J. Heald
2009-20101940 to 1988J. C. Leyland
D. F. Manley
2008-20091888 to 1936J. C. Leyland
2007-20081836 to 1884R. J. Heald
T. J. Moorey
2006-20071784 to 1831M. Barley
2005-20061733 to 1779M. Barley
2004-20051680 to 1728N. C. Dexter
D. F. Manley
T. J. Moorey
2003-20041624 to 1676 (exc 1663)D. F. Manley
2002-20031572 to 1619C. R. Gumbrell
2001-20021519 to 1567D. F. Manley
2000-20011467 to 1515C. R. Gumbrell
1999-20001415 to 1463C. R. Gumbrell
1998-19991363 to 1411C. R. Gumbrell
1997-19981312 to 1360C. R. Gumbrell
1996-19971260 to 1307C. J. Morse
1995-19961203 to 1255 (exc 1234)C. J. Morse
1994-19951152 to 1200 (exc 1171)C. R. Gumbrell
1993-19941100 to 1147D. F. Manley
1992-19931048 to 1095D. F. Manley
1991-1992995 to 1043D. F. Manley
1990-1991943 to 991R. J. Hooper
1989-1990891 to 939F. R. Palmer
1988-1989840 to 887D. F. Manley
1987-1988788 to 835M. Barley
1986-1987735 to 783 (exc 756)E. J. Burge
N. C. Dexter
1985-1986683 to 731R. J. Hooper
1984-1985631 to 679R. J. Hooper
1983-1984581 to 627D. F. Manley
1982-1983530 to 576D. F. Manley
1981-1982473 to 525 (exc 482)D. F. Manley
1980-1981423 to 469C. J. Morse
1979-1980371 to 419N. C. Dexter
D. F. Manley
R. J. Palmer
1978-1979314 to 366 (exc 345)F. R. Palmer
1977-1978259 to 310 (exc 298)C. J. & R. S. Morse
1976-1977208 to 255D. F. Manley
W. K. M. Slimmings
1975-1976156 to 203F. R. Palmer
1974-1975105 to 152J. R. Kirby
1973-197453 to 100C. Allen Baker
C. O. Butcher
F. R. Palmer
1972-19731 to 50N. C. Dexter
L. F. Leason
R. J. Palmer

 

The Azed Cup

J. C. Leyland
wins First Prize in competition 2226.

DOUBLE-PARKING

See plod rebuking a delinquent for what fouls up kerb-loading?

This year’s honours table

The current Azed competition closes on Saturday 7th March

Dr Watson reviews Azed 2226

From the archive

Recourse when drinking’s a problem to desert Arab (hike’s ruined without this)? (6)

Third prize winner by G. I. L. Grafton in competition 1078

Solution