Brading Take the Trophy PLUS Quarters for the Queen’s Birthday

In a busy couple of days of ringing on the Island there have been two quarter peals scored and a Striking Competition with eight Island teams entering.

The two quarter peals were as follows to celebrate the birthdays of HM The Queen and HRH Prince Philip:

Brading, Isle of Wight

St Mary the Virgin
Friday, 10 June 2016 in 41 mins (6–2–0 in B)
1290 Doubles (2m)
Plain Bob and Grandsire
1 Tristan Allen
2 June Mitchell
3 John R Stock
4 Kieran Downer (C)
5 Marghanita Allen
6 Lexi Skeldon
Rung to celebrate the 90th birthday of HM Queen Elizabeth II and the 95th birthday of HRH Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh
First in more than one method – 5

Shanklin, Isle of Wight

St Saviour on the Cliff
Saturday, 11 June 2016 in 42 mins (10–2–5 in G#)
1290 Grandsire Doubles
1 Tristan Allen
2 John R Stock
3 June Mitchell
4 Marghanita Allen
5 Kieran Downer (C)
6 Jan Hookey
Rung to celebrate the 90th birthday of HM Queen Elizabeth II and the 95th birthday of HRH Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh

The striking competition, held at Shorwell on Saturday afternoon, was judged by Mr Rodney Downer and the teams entered were:

1: Shorwell, 100 faults

2: Ryde, 10 faults – 2nd

3: Chale, 18 faults – 3rd

4: Brading 1, 7 faults – 1st

5: Brighstone, 34 faults

6: Brading 2, 19 faults, 4th

7: Godshill 1, 35 faults

8: Godshill A, 48 faults

A scratch team from Whitwell were also entered but did not compete.

Well done to all who entered and made this competition worth the ringing.

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The Brading winning ‘A Team’ with the Lester Bailey Trophy and judge Rodney Downer (left).

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