Robertshaw Trophy meeting at Holmes Chapel

Last nights meeting at Holmes Chapel saw us compete for the Robertshaw PDI Trophy against Leek, Holmes Chapel, Bylthe Bridge and Macclesfield. A good turnout of Crewe members saw a high standard of work keenly judged by Robert Millin who gave us a talk on Sports photography a couple of weeks ago.
After spending over one and half hours scrutinising the 50 PDIs Robert delivered the eagerly awaited results. Top of the pile came Macclesfield with 180 points, we came a very creditable second with 171 points and Blythe Bridge and Holmes Chapel tied in fourth place with 159 points.
Congratulations to Ian Whiston who scored 20 for ‘Warthog Escaping’  and also to Ian McNab and Martin McGing for scoring 19 for  ‘Corps de Ballet’ and ‘Fredau.
Crewe’s members scores were:
20 – Ian Whiston for ‘Warthog Escaping’
19 –  Ian McNab  ‘Corps de Ballet’, Martin McGing for  ‘Fredau.
18 – Ian Whiston for ‘Cheeta watching over cubs’
17 – Peter Hrebien for The Kings Man’, Wallace Baxter for ‘Out’
16 – Dolores Williams for ‘Coming down the hill’, Paul Hill for Cot Valley sunset
15 – Peter Robinson for ‘Cattle market’, Kath Hill for ‘In the thick of it’

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1 Response to Robertshaw Trophy meeting at Holmes Chapel

  1. meg cumming says:

    A well fought out battle and an enjoyable evening showing a good range of subjects. Robert Millin was a good judge sharing his knowledge, was talkative and informative when needed . I am surprised Ians Cheetahs didn’t fare better, but there were some good nature shots. I think any club competition secretaries have a difficult time picking out images that will hold up well in battles and they should get our support for their hard work. So well done all round as I feel we didn’t embarrass ourselves in any way.

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