SPEECH, DRAMA & MIME SYLLABUS

*SPECIAL OFFER - FIVE SOLO CLASSES FOR THE PRICE OF FOUR*

Rules

The provisional dates for this section are the 28th February, !st & 2nd March.

Please check your programme for confirmation.

NOTE - Credit will be given for choice of repertoire, presentation, dress and deportment, including a bow at the end of the performance.  No Costume allowed, unless specified.

Again for 2017, in the the solo speech classes, 4016 - 4036 only, competitors should be entered for the class appropriate to their school year. Please ensure that the child's date of birth is included in their details on the entry form.

For Own Choice pieces, suitability of content and language must be considered with regard to age group. The suitability of material is decided at the Adjudicator's discretion and must not contain profane or offensive words. "Adult" or offensive material is not acceptable and Adjudicators are advised to take this into account when marking. They also have authority to stop any performance at their discretion. This would lead to automatic disqualification.

Several test pieces, as indicated, have been taken from anthologies which have been named in the syllabus in an abbreviated form. A copy of these test pieces will be available for inspection at the Hastings and Bexhill branches of the East Sussex County Library. All speech classes, including those for prose speaking, should be learnt.

The Hastings Festival has entered into an agreement with the Authors' Licensing and Collecting Society. This means that performers do not have to seek permission for any poetry, prose or solo dramatic items* performed to a time limit of 10 minutes.

Performers and teachers will be delighted to know that their participation in this festival means authors will be directly reimbursed as a consequence of their works being performed at this festival.

Duologues and group dramatic activity are not covered by this agreement and copyright for these items should be sought by performers at the time of entry.

*Dramatic Items must be announced with title and author at the time of performance to qualify for copyright indemnity, and the performer must not change the words or gender of the character.

All performers in group work must be within the age range.

All classes are for boys and girls, except where stated.

All performers are asked to bow at the conclusion of their piece.

Reading the Bible


READING THE BIBLE

NOTE - Performers in classes 4008 and 4012 must supply a copy of their own choice Bible reading for the adjudicator.


4008  ‌Reading The Bible          ‌£7.00   ‌Age 11 and under 15  ‌2 mins

Own Choice: Any Version‌


4012  ‌Reading The Bible          ‌£7.00   ‌Age 15 and over          ‌2.5 mins

Own Choice: Any Version

Speech Solos


SPEECH SOLOS


4016  ‌Speech ‌£7.00       ‌Pre-school / Reception           ‌no time limit

Own Choice: Verse

Award:  CRAIGLYNNE TROPHY‌


4020  ‌Speech ‌£7.00       ‌School Year 1  ‌No time limit

Own Choice: Verse‌


4021  ‌Speech ‌£7.00       ‌School Year 2

'Bed in Summer' by Robert Louis Stevenson

From: The Oxford Book of Children's Poetry, Oxford University Press‌


4024  ‌Speech ‌£7.00       ‌School Year 3

'Nut Tree' by Julia Donaldson

From: Poems to Perform, Macmillan Children's Books‌


4025  ‌Speech ‌£7.00       ‌School Year 4

'The Tree and the Pool' by Brian Patten

From: Poems to Perform, Macmillan Children's Books‌


4028  ‌Speech ‌£7.00       ‌School Years 5 & 6

'Alphabet Stew' by Jack Prelutsky

From: The Oxford Book of Children's Poetry, Oxford University Press‌


4032  ‌Speech ‌£7.00       ‌School Years 7 & 8

'The Visitor' by Ian Serraillier

From: 100 Best Poems for Children, Puffin Books‌


4036  ‌Speech ‌£7.00       ‌School Years 9, 10 & 11

'Sally' by Phoebe Hesketh

From: The Oxford Book of Children's Poetry, Oxford University Press‌


4040  ‌Speech Share-a-Poem    ‌£11.00 ‌2 persons        ‌Any Age           ‌2.5 mins

Two Persons. Own Choice.

Some movement allowed. No costumes.‌


4044  ‌Speech Prose Speaking  ‌£7.00   ‌Age under 7    ‌1 min

Own Choice

Award:  BARTON SCHOOL AWARD‌


4048  ‌Speech Prose Speaking  ‌£7.00   ‌Age under 10  ‌2 mins

An extract from any book by Roald Dahl‌


4052  ‌Speech Prose Speaking  ‌£7.00   ‌Age 10 and under 12  ‌2.5 mins

An extract from any book by C.S. Lewis

Award:  CHRISTINE LEWIS CUP


4056  ‌Speech Prose Speaking  ‌£7.00   ‌Age 12 and under 15  ‌2.5 mins

An extract from any book by Philip Pullman

Award:  MOLLIE & BASIL NORTHEN CUP‌


4060  ‌Speech Prose Speaking  ‌£7.00   ‌Age 15 and Over         ‌3 mins

An extract from 'To Kill a Mockingbird' by Harper Lee

Humorous Verse


HUMOROUS VERSE

NOTE: The rule stating 'Not to be acted' indicates that there can be moderate use of gesture and body language but no movement of the feet.


4064  ‌Speech Humorous Verse           ‌£7.00   ‌Age under 7    ‌2 mins

Own Choice: Speech, not to be acted.‌


4065  ‌Speech Humorous Verse           ‌£7.00   ‌Age 7 years only         ‌2 mins

Own Choice: Speech, not to be acted.

Award:  RALPH CUP‌


4068  ‌Speech Humorous Verse           ‌£7.00   ‌Age 8 years only         ‌2 mins

Own Choice: Speech, not to be acted.

Award:  ELITE TROPHY A

Presented by: JANET SLACKE‌


4072  ‌Speech Humorous Verse           ‌£7.00   ‌Age 9 years only         ‌2 mins

Own Choice: Speech, not to be acted.

Award:  ELITE TROPHY B

Presented by: JANET SLACKE‌


4076  ‌Speech Humorous Verse           ‌£7.00   ‌Age 10 years only       ‌2 mins

Own Choice: Speech, not to be acted.

Award:  BOSWORTH CUP‌


4080  ‌Speech Humorous Verse           ‌£7.00   ‌Age 11 years only       ‌2 mins

Own Choice: Speech, not to be acted.

Award:  ERNEST HILLS MEMORIAL CUP‌


4084  ‌Speech Humorous Verse           ‌£7.00   ‌Age 12 years only       ‌2.5 mins

Own Choice: Speech, not to be acted.

Award:  VAL JONES MEMORIAL CUP

Presented by: BAS JONES AND EMMA NORTHEN‌


4088  ‌Speech Humorous Verse           ‌£7.00   ‌Age 13 years only       ‌2.5 mins

Own Choice: Speech, not to be acted.

Award:  LENA COPPING CHALLENGE CUP

Presented by: MISS LENA COPPING, LTCL‌


4092  ‌Speech Humorous Verse           ‌£7.00   ‌Age 14 and under 16  ‌2.5 mins

Own Choice: Speech, not to be acted.

Award:  DI DAVIDSON MEMORIAL CUP‌


4096  ‌Speech Humorous Verse or Prose         ‌£7.00   ‌Age 16 and under 18  ‌3 mins

Own Choice: Speech, not to be acted.

Award:  ADELE CUP‌


4100  ‌Speech Humorous Verse or Prose         ‌£9.50   ‌Age 18 and over          ‌4 mins

Own Choice: Speech, not to be acted.

Award:  SOPHIE DANN CHALLENGE TROPHY

Presented by: MICHAEL & AUDREY DANN

Dramatic Dialogues


DRAMATIC DIALOGUES

NOTE - A small table and chairs are available for performers to use in dramatic items. A small, personal hand held prop is allowed.


4104  ‌Speech Dramatic Dialogue         ‌£7.00   ‌Age under 12  ‌4 mins

Own Choice: Dialogue from any play, introducing at least two characters.‌


4108  ‌Speech Dramatic Dialogue         ‌£7.00   ‌Age 12 and under 15  ‌4 mins

Own Choice: Dialogue from any play, introducing at least two characters.‌


4112  ‌Speech Dramatic Dialogue         ‌£7.00   ‌Age 15 and Over         ‌4 mins

Own Choice: Dialogue from any play, introducing at least two characters.

Speech Monologues


SPEECH MONOLOGUES

A monologue is an acted speech for one from a play but not a song or poem from a musical.

NOTE - A small table and chairs are available for performers to use in dramatic items. A small, personal hand held prop is allowed.


4116  ‌Speech Monologue                    ‌£7.00   ‌Age under 12  ‌3 mins

Own Choice: Other than Shakespeare.‌


4120  ‌Speech Monologue                    ‌£7.00   ‌Age 12 and under 15  ‌5 mins

Own Choice: Other than Shakespeare.

Award:  VAL ATKINSON MEMORIAL TROPHY

Presented by: TIM AND JUDY ATKINSON‌


4124  ‌Speech Monologue                    ‌£7.00   ‌Age 15 and under 18  ‌5 mins

Own Choice: Other than Shakespeare.‌


4128  ‌Speech Monologue                    ‌£9.50   ‌Age 18 and over          ‌5 mins

Own Choice: Other than Shakespeare.‌


4132  ‌Speech Monologue - Shakespeare        ‌£7.00   ‌Age 12 and under 15  ‌5 mins

Own Choice: From Shakespeare.

Award:  SHAKESPEARE TROPHY

Presented by: SILVIA CAVALIER‌


4136  ‌Speech Monologue - Shakespeare        ‌£7.00   ‌Age 15 and under 18  ‌5 mins

Own Choice: From Shakespeare.

Award:  BARD'S CHALLENGE CUP

Presented by: LIZ O'ROURKE‌


4140  ‌Speech Monologue - Shakespeare        ‌£9.50   ‌Age 18 and over          ‌5 mins

Own Choice: From Shakespeare.

Award:  ANNELIESE DANN CHALLENGE TROPHY

Presented by: MICHAEL & AUDREY DANN

Lyrical Verse


LYRICAL VERSE


4144  ‌Speech Lyrical Verse      ‌£7.00   ‌Age 15 and under 18

a) 'Meeting Point' by Louis MacNeice

From: Poetry Please, Faber & Faber

b) Own Choice: Not to exceed 3 minutes

Award:  ROBERT CLELAND CHALLENGE CUP

Presented by: MRS & MISSES CLELAND

Commemorative WW1 Class


COMMEMORATIVE WW1 CLASS

This class was new for 2014 and is continuing in order to commemorate the centenary of the period of the Great War by featuring the work of the War Poets. A donation from the entry fee for this class will go to a war charity.


4145  ‌World War 1 Poetry       ‌£5.00   ‌Any Age           ‌4 mins

Any poem by any published World War 1 Poet.

Original Verse


ORIGINAL VERSE

NOTE - For classes 4148, 4152 and 4156:
Own choice of subject.
Two duplicate copies must be supplied a month before the Festival begins.  Performers must retain the original.


4148  ‌Speech Original Verse    ‌£7.00   ‌Age under 12  ‌2 mins

Own Choice: As written and spoken or read.

Award:  SHIELD

Presented by: PHILIP THRUPP‌


4152  ‌Speech Original Verse    ‌£7.00   ‌Age 12 and under 16  ‌3 mins

Own Choice: As written and spoken or read.

Award:  JOSEPHINE AUSTIN CUP‌


4156  ‌Speech Original Verse    ‌£7.00   ‌Age 16 and over          ‌3 mins

Own Choice: As written and spoken or read.

Award:  BRIDGET MOSE MEMORIAL CUP

Presented by: MRS MOLLIE MOSE

Speech Medals


SPEECH MEDALS

The winner of a Bronze Medal may enter for the Silver Medal and the winner of a Silver Medal may enter for the Gold Medal even if under the minimum age for the class, but not in the same year.


4160  ‌Speech Bronze Medal    ‌£10.00 ‌Age 13 and under 15

'Snow in the Suburbs' by Thomas Hardy

From: Poetry Please, Faber & Faber

Award:  BRONZE MEDAL‌


4164  ‌Speech Silver Medal       ‌£12.00 ‌Age 15 and under 18

a) 'The River's Tale' by Rudyard Kipling

From: Poetry Please, Faber & Faber

b) Own Contrasting Choice: Not to exceed 3 minutes.

Award:  SILVER MEDAL‌


4168  ‌Speech Gold Medal        ‌£18.50 ‌Age 18 and over

a) 'The Fish ' by Elizabeth Bishop

From: Poetry Please, Faber & Faber

b) Own Choice. Verse or prose, not from a play. Not to exceed 4 minutes.

Qualification for this class would be Grade 8 of a recognised Speech and Drama Examination Board or at the discretion of the Executive Committee.

Award:  GOLD MEDAL

FOR A WINNING MARK OF 90 OR MORE

Award:  CASH PRIZE OF £150 FOR A WINNING MARK OF 87 OR MORE

Sponsored by HASTINGS ROUND TABLE

Duologues


DUOLOGUES

NOTE - Costume is not permitted for any duologue or dramatic class. Properties are restricted to table, chairs and rostra only. A small personal hand held prop is allowed. In duologues, any minimum age limit applies only to the elder partner, but the younger must not perform in another age group of an exactly similar class. No 'adult' content or language is allowed and suitability of the piece must be considered with regard to age group.


4172  ‌Duologue - Shakespeare            ‌£11.00 ‌Age under 15  ‌5 mins

Own Choice: Any duologue from Shakespeare

Award:  DOROTHY CATT CHALLENGE TROPHY

Presented by: MISS DOROTHY CATT‌


4176  ‌Duologue - Shakespeare            ‌£11.00 ‌Age 15 and under 18  ‌5 mins

Own Choice: Any duologue from Shakespeare

Award:  GWENDOLINE CRANE CHALLENGE CUP

Presented by: MRS J SPURR‌


4180  ‌Duologue ‌£11.00
‌Age under 10          ‌4 mins

Own Choice: Duologue from any play other than Shakespeare.

Award:  HASTINGS STAGE STUDIO TROPHY‌


4184  ‌Duologue ‌£11.00 ‌Age 10 and under 12  ‌4 mins

Own Choice: Duologue from any play other than Shakespeare.

Award:  McCORMACK MEMORIAL CUP

Presented by: MRS McCORMACK‌


4188  ‌Duologue ‌£11.00 ‌Age 12 and under 14  ‌5 mins

Own Choice: Duologue from any play other than Shakespeare.‌


4192  ‌Duologue ‌£11.00 ‌Age 14 and under 16  ‌5 mins

Own Choice: Duologue from any play other than Shakespeare.

Award:  GWEN WATFORD SILVER CHALLENGE CUP‌


4196  ‌Duologue ‌£12.50 ‌Age 16 and over          ‌5 mins

Own Choice: Duologue from any play other than Shakespeare.

Award:  RADCLIFFE GROUP SILVER CHALLENGE CUP

Dramatic Shakespeare


DRAMATIC SHAKESPEARE


4200  ‌Dramatic Class Shakespeare      ‌£14.50 ‌Age under 16  ‌10 mins

Own Choice: Any scene from Shakespeare. No fewer than three speaking parts.

Award:  ARTHUR CHEVALIER SILVER MEMORIAL C.CUP

Presented by: MR PAUL CHEVALIER‌


4204  ‌Dramatic Class Shakespeare      ‌£15.00 ‌Any Age           ‌10 mins

Own Choice: Any scene from Shakespeare. No fewer than three speaking parts.

Award:  AGNES CLELAND CHALLENGE CUP

Presented by: MRS P BARNETT & MISS CLELAND

Devised Performance/Improvisation

DEVISED PERFORMANCE/IMPROVISATION


4205  ‌Devised Performance/Improvisation Duo         ‌£9.50   ‌2 persons        ‌Age 16 and over          ‌4 - 5 mins

From a subject provided by the

Adjudicator, an improvised performance of between 4 minutes (minimum) - 5

minutes (maximum). The performers will be

given 5 minutes to prepare the piece. During performance, a bell will be rung after 4 and 4.5 minutes to assist the duo in concluding the presentation.

Adult language and content is not acceptable.‌


4208  ‌Devised Performance/Improvisation Class       ‌£15.00 ‌Teams of 4 - 6 persons           ‌Age under 16  ‌5 - 10 mins

From a subject provided by the Adjudicator, an improvised performance of between 5 minutes (minimum) - 10 minutes (maximum). 5 minutes set up allowed. The performers will be given 1 hour to prepare the piece.

Adult language and content is not acceptable.

Award:  HILARY CLULOW TROPHY‌


4209  ‌Devised Performance/Improvisation Class       ‌£16.00 ‌Teams of 4 - 6 persons           ‌Age 16 and over          ‌5 -10 mins

From a subject provided by the

Adjudicator, an improvised performance of between 5 minutes (minimum) -

10 minutes (maximum). 5 minutes set up allowed. The performers will be

given 1 hour to prepare the piece.

Adult language and content is not acceptable.‌


4210  ‌Devised Performance/Improvisation Duo         ‌£9.50   ‌2 persons        ‌Age 8 and under 13    ‌3 - 4 mins

From a subject provided by the

Adjudicator, an improvised performance of between 3 minutes (minimum) - 4 minutes (maximum). The performers will be

given 5 minutes to prepare the piece. During performance, a bell will be rung after 3 and 3.5 minutes to assist the duo in concluding the presentation.

Adult language and content is not acceptable.‌


4211  ‌Devised Performance/Improvisation Duo         ‌£9.50   ‌2 persons        ‌Age 13 and under 16  ‌3 - 4 mins

From a subject provided by the

Adjudicator, an improvised performance of between 3 minutes (minimum) - 4

minutes (maximum). The performers will be

given 5 minutes to prepare the piece. During performance, a bell will be rung after 3 and

3.5 minutes to assist the duo in concluding the presentation.

Adult language and content is not acceptable.

Choral Speaking


CHORAL SPEAKING


4212  ‌Choral Speaking ‌£18.50 ‌Age under 12  ‌6 mins

Own Choice: One or more pieces of verse, prose or from the Bible.

Award:  SPEECH SKILLS TROPHY

Presented by: ANNA FARMER‌


4216  ‌Choral Speaking ‌£18.50 ‌Age 12 and under 15  ‌6 mins

Own Choice: One or more pieces of verse, prose or from the Bible.

Award:  HARRY GOULD SILVER CHALLENGE CUP

Presented by: MRS W GOULD

Speech Recital


SPEECH RECITAL


4220  ‌Speech Recital    ‌£18.50 ‌Any Age           ‌12 mins

Own Choice: Any combination of verse, mime, prose and acting.

No fewer than 5 performers. Hand props allowed.

No costumes. Music permitted but not vocals.

Ballad With Movement


BALLAD WITH MOVEMENT


4224  ‌Nursery Rhyme (or Ballad)         ‌£12.00 ‌Age under 9    ‌5 mins

Own Choice: Costume optional. Nursery rhyme or ballad.

Award:  E.G. REID CHALLENGE BANNER 'A'‌


4228  ‌Acted Ballad       ‌£14.00 ‌Age under 12  ‌7 mins

Own Choice: No particular metre. Costume Optional.

Award:  E.G. REID CHALLENGE BANNER 'B'

Studio Plays


STUDIO PLAYS

Any short original or published play or excerpt from a published play by any author - duration 30 minutes. No "Adult material" Please. Maximum 20 players.

10 minutes set up time will be allowed. Costumes and make-up are allowed but should be kept to a minimum. Small props such as a table, chairs etc. and hand props permitted.

The Studio Play classes are held in the Sussex Hall at the White Rock Theatre. This venue is a flexible space, and performers are invited to make creative use of it. The Stage is 10m wide and 4m deep. Tabs are situated 2/3rds from the front of the stage and should be operated by the entrant. Lighting is a basic wash.

There is no need, however, for players to feel confined to the stage area, or necessarily behind the tabs when "off-stage" during a scene. Other areas of the Hall may also be used, such as the aisles and alcoves at the back.

On request, it is possible to rearrange seating to modify the performance area(s), so that, for example, presentations could be made "in the round".


4236  ‌Studio Play ‌£20.00          ‌Age under 18  ‌30 mins

Own Choice: A one act play or scenes from a play other than Shakespeare.

Award:  WINIFRED M.GOULD MEMORIAL CUP

Presented by: THE RADCLIFFE GROUP

Award:  GRANT MEMORIAL CHALLENGE CUP

Presented by: MRS C PORTCH

FOR THE BEST INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE‌


4244  ‌Studio Play / One Act Play         ‌£24.00 ‌Age 18 and over          ‌30 mins

Own Choice: A one act play or scenes from a play other than Shakespeare.

If a minimum of three entries are received, this class will take place on the stage of the Main Hall. The provisional date for this is the evening of March 16th.  

If fewer than three entries are received they will be performed as Studio Plays in the Lower Hall. (Provisional dates between February 28th & March 1st, 2nd.)

Award:  GWENDOLINE CRANE SILVER CHALLENGE BOWL

FOR THE WINNING PLAYERS

Award:  KIM WOODING CHALLENGE CUP

FOR THE BEST INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE

Award:  RON GREGORY PRODUCER'S CHALLENGE CUP

Presented by: MRS RON GREGORY AND THE BEXHILL PLAYERS

FOR THE BEST PRODUCER

Radio Plays


RADIO PLAYS

This class was new for 2014 and, building on that year`s experience, was slightly revised for 2015. The presentation, again this year, should be a drama in sound only, just using voices and sound effects, and with a time limit of 20 minutes. The class will take place in the Main Hall of the theatre during an evening session (Provisional date - March 16th) and the players will be seen by the audience as in the days when radio plays were performed in evening dress to a live audience whilst being broadcast. 2/3 standing microphones will be available for voices and acoustic sound effects. Any portable props needed to produce sound effects are allowed.


4245  ‌Radio Play ‌£18.00           ‌Any number of performers    ‌
Any Age      ‌20 mins

Own Choice: A one act play or scene(s) from a play other than Shakespeare performed in dialogue and sound only.

  

Mime


MIME

Performers must mime a piece of their Own Choice without audible articulation. The subject of the mime must be descriptive and announced by the performer or by the Platform Steward. If the latter, performers should hand the Steward a card showing the mime title. Music is permitted for Group Work and Dance-Drama only. Make-up is not permitted. Costume is not permitted for any mime class. No scenery other than curtains. No properties whatsoever, not even hand props.

Chairs, table and rostra as provided by the Festival may be used.

4248  ‌Mime Solo ‌£7.00 ‌
Age under 9            ‌3 mins

Own Choice‌


4252  ‌Mime Solo ‌£7.00 ‌Age 9 and under 12    ‌3 mins

Own Choice

Award:  PIERROT & COLUMBINE GOBLET

Presented by: DOREEN CLELAND & PATRICIA & ADRIAN BARNETT


4256  ‌Mime Solo ‌£7.00 ‌Age 12 and under 15  ‌4 mins

Own Choice

Award:  F. PENFOLD CHALLENGE CUP

Presented by: MISS F PENFOLD‌


4260  ‌Mime Solo ‌£7.00 ‌Age 15 and over          ‌4 mins

Own Choice

Award:  CHRISTINE PORTCH CHALLENGE CUP

Presented by: MRS C PORTCH


4264  ‌Mime Duologue ‌£11.00 ‌Age 9 and under 12    ‌4 mins

Own Choice

Award:  MARTHA NICOLSON TROPHY


4268  ‌Mime Duologue ‌£11.00 ‌Age 12 and under 15  ‌5 mins.

Own Choice

Award:  URQUHART GOBLETS


4272  ‌Mime Duologue ‌£11.00 ‌Age 15 and over          ‌5 mins

Own Choice


4276  ‌Mime Group Telling a Story       ‌£15.00 ‌Any Age           ‌8 mins

Own Choice: No fewer than three characters.


4280  ‌Mime Group Telling a Story       ‌£15.00 ‌Age 10 and under 14  ‌8 mins

Own Choice: No fewer than 3 characters.


4284  ‌Mime Group Telling a Story       ‌£15.00 ‌Age 14 and over          ‌10 mins

Own Choice: No fewer than 3 characters.

Dance Drama

DANCE DRAMA

Dance Drama should reflect creative dance developed from an original idea. The stimulus may be taken from music, art, poetry or prose etc.

Emphasis is to be placed on the use of the whole body as opposed to any specific dancing technique.

Costumes if used, should be simple, encouraging the use of flexible body movements. Bare feet or simple shoes are appropriate.


4288  ‌Dance Drama     ‌£18.00 ‌Age under 12  ‌10 mins

Own Choice. Costume optional. Hand props only. Rostra allowed.

Open to any style of dancing. Narrator permitted.

Award:  SANDRA NOBLE CHALLENGE CUP

Award:  JOHN LYFORD CUP

FOR THE MOST PROMISING GROUP OTHER THAN THE WINNER‌


4292  ‌Dance Drama     ‌£20.50 ‌Age 12 and over          ‌10 mins

Own Choice. Costume optional. Hand props only. Rostra allowed.

Open to any style of dancing. Narrator permitted.

Award:  HASTINGS PLAYERS SILVER CHALLENGE CUP

Award:  VIRGINIA ISHAM SILVER CHALLENGE CUP

FOR THE MOST PROMISING GROUP OTHER THAN THE WINNER

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