Club Trophies

Reflecting the long history of Banbury Star Cyclists’ Club and its tradition for racing, the club has many trophies available for its members to compete for during the year which are then awarded at the annual dinner.

Photos of all the trophies can be seen here.

Peake Trophy

This trophy was presented in 1938 by Mr H N Peake for the fastest rider in the club’s open 25 mile time trial.

2019 – no winner
2018 – no winner
2017 – no winner
2016 – no winner
2015 – no winner
2014 – no winner
2013 – no winner
2012 – Karl Moseley/Stourbridge Velo
2011 – Scott Westwood/Walsall RCC
2010 – Jon Simpkins/www.drag2zero.com

Edmunds Cup

The oldest cup in the club’s possession. Presented by the then President, Col. Edmunds in 1913 and for many years awarded to the winner of a 22 mile handicap road race. In 1939 the donor consented to have the race changed to a 30 mile time trial (handicap section).

2019 – Simon Bull
2018 – Simon Kisley
2017 – Simon Kisley
2016 – Paul Demicoli
2015 – no winner
2014 – no winner
2013 – Tom Giddings
2012 – Luke Souter
2011 – Luke Souter
2010 – Moira Goodway

Manners Cup

This cup was presented to the club in 1926 by Mr F W Manners for the handicap winner in a 25 mile time trial.

2019 – Mery Wolke
2018 – Pete Belsey
2017 – Toby Heron
2016 – Kieran Munday
2015 – Gareth Harvey
2014 – Gareth Harvey
2013 – Gareth Harvey
2012 – Stephen Haynes
2011 – Suzy Patience
2010 – Cameron Foster

Durran Cup

Presented in 1938 by Mr F L Durran. It is awarded to the winner of the club Hill Climb at Burton Dassett.

2019 – Luke Sherlock (new club record 1m03s)
2018 – Luke Sherlock
2017 – Chris Bull
2016 – Peter Dumbreck (new club record 1m04s)
2015 – Luke Souter
2014 – Phil O’Connor
2013 – Luke Souter
2012 – Luke Souter
2011 – Luke Souter
2010 – Cameron Foster

Lester Cup

Presented in 1939 by Mr H S Lester, then Mayor of Banbury. It is awarded to the handicap winner of a 50 mile time trial

2019 – Roger Foster
2018 – Keith Barcock
2017 – Keith Barcock
2016 – Tim Butt
2015 – Billy Leason
2014 – no winner
2013 – Moira Goodway
2012 – Moira Goodway
2011 – Nicky Xandora
2010 – Rebecca Biegel

Allsopp Cup

Presented by Ald. B Allsopp in 1939 for annual competition amongst the ladies of the club. Since 1969 it was awarded to the leader in the club runs competition. From 2010 it’s awarded to the lady rider with the best average speed over 10, 25 and 50 miles.

2019 – no winner
2018 – no winner
2017 – no winner
2016 – no winner
2015 – no winner
2014 – no winner
2013 – Moira Goodway
2012 – Moira Goodway
2011 – Nicky Xandora
2010 – Nicky Xandora

Friswell Cup

Presented in 1938 by Ald. J Friswell and is awarded for the fastest time for the Warwick and Back ride. For 2016 onwards, this event uses the K4/25W course which was introduced because of road alterations at Gaydon.

2019 – Tobias Wiesand
2018 – Simon Kisley
2017 – Lee Heron
2016 – no winner (competition not held due to roadworks)
2015 – Paul Demicoli
2014 – Luke Souter
2013 – Luke Souter
2012 – Luke Souter
2011 – Luke Souter
2010 – Luke Souter

Stratford Cup

This cup was won by members when it was presented in 1938 by the Mayor of Coventry to the club with the most members at a cyclists’ rally at Stratford-on-Avon. On that day, 64 members of the “Star” turned out. It is now awarded for the club Time Trial Handicap Series. The cup to be awarded for the best 6 performances on handicap. In order to be eligible riders (apart from new members in their first season) would have to help Marshal, Push Off or Time Keep at a minimum of one event during the year.

2019 – Bill Ord
2018 – Geoff Hewett
2017 – Andrew Wallwork
2016 – Kieran Munday
2015 – Carlos Pagington
2014 – Jason Dickinson
2013 – Louise Cooper
2012 – Stephen Haynes
2011 – Simon Kisley
2010 – Cameron Foster

Russell Memorial Bowl

This cup was subscribed for in 1943 by club members in memory of Jim Russell, then Racing Secretary, who was killed at work in December 1942. It is awarded to the fastest rider in the Russell Memorial 25.

2019 – Simon Bull
2018 – Simon Kisley
2017 – Simon Kisley
2016 – Simon Kisley
2015 – Paul Demicoli
2014 – Luke Souter
2013 – Luke Souter
2012 – Luke Souter
2011 – Luke Souter
2010 – Luke Souter

Thomas Best all-rounder Cup

This was presented to the club in 1947 by Dudley Thomas and is awarded to the fastest rider over 25, 50 and 100 miles. From 2010 is is awarded to the fastest male rider over 10, 25 and 50 miles.

2019 – Simon Bull
2018 – Keith Barcock
2017 – Keith Barcock
2016 – Tim Butt
2015 – Luke Souter
2014 – no winner
2013 – Stephen Haynes
2012 – Luke Souter
2011 – Steve Batsford
2010 – Steve Batsford

Mary Cheney Cup

Presented to the club in 1949 by Mrs M Cheney, then Mayor of Banbury, for the fastest rider in the Club 100. Now awarded for the fastest time in any 100 mile time trial. From 2010, it is awarded to the fastest lady over 100 miles.

2019 – no winner
2018 – no winner
2017 – no winner
2016 – no winner
2015 – Nicky Xandora
2014 – no winner
2013 – no winner
2012 – no winner
2011 – Nicky Xandora
2010 – Moira Goodway

Lomas Shield

Presented in 1949 by Mr G R Lomas for the rider with the best average speed over 10, 25 and 50 miles. From 2010 it is awarded to the fastest rider over 100 miles.

2019 – Rich Collier
2018 – Dave Pittman
2017 – no winner
2016 – Gareth Harvey
2015 – Paul Demicoli
2014 – no winner
2013 – no winner
2012 – no winner
2011 – Steve Batsford
2010 – Steve Batsford

Powell Trophy

Presented in 1969 by Mr S Powell, a member of the club at the beginning of the century and is awarded for the junior best all-rounder.

2019 – Luke Sherlock
2018 – Blaine Carpenter
2017 – Reuben Trotter
2016 – Blaine Carpenter
2015 – Billy Leason
2014 – Billy Leason
2013 – Alex Huband
2012 – no winner
2011 – Marcus Kennedy
2010 – Cameron Foster

Cavalcade Race Cup

Presented by Mr W Knight on behalf of Banbury Cavalcade Road of Sport to the winner of the Senior Open Road Race.

2019 – Gerard Henry/University of Warwick
2018 – Danny Axford/Arctic Tacx RT
2017 – Gregory Fitzek/Cowley Road Condors
2016 – Daniel Alanine/Oxford University Cycling Club
2015 – Luke Souter/Banbury Star
2014 – Peter Warner/Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers CC
2013 – Dion Black/Kenilworth Wheelers CC
2012 – Dave Walker/Army Cycling Union
2011 – Mike Simpson/GS Henley
2010 – Christiaan Smith/Team Zappi’s

Wali Shield

Presented in 1978 by Mick Furn and awarded to the most successful rider in road races during the season.

2019 – Tobi Ng
2018 – Simon Bull
2017 – Stuart Quick
2016 – Matt Watson
2015 – Billy Leason
2014 – Justin Belcher
2013 – Luke Souter
2012 – Justin Belcher
2011 – Justin Belcher
2010 – Luke Souter

Bolland “Rising Star” Trophy

Presented in 1983 by Mr and Mrs J Bolland for the rider under 21 years of age gaining most points awarded for all club activities.

2019 –
2018 – Blaine Carpenter
2017 – Reuben Trotter
2016 – Gregor Kelling
2015 – Lydia Watts
2014 – Gregory Kelling
2013 – Alex Huband
2012 – Marcus Kennedy
2011 – Tom Biegel
2010 – Cameron Foster

Trinders Trophy

Presented in 1987 by Trinder Bros. Banbury, for the winner of the club Freewheel contest.

2019 – Ian Maconnachie
2018 – Ian Maconnachie
2017 – Ian Maconnachie
2016 – Tom Giddings
2015 – Tom Giddings
2014 – Simon Kisley
2013 – Simon Kisley
2012 – Justin Belcher
2011 – Justin Belcher
2010 – no winner

Thomas Veterans Cup

Presented on 1989 by Mrs Vi Thomas and awarded to the best veteran on Standard over 10, 25 and 50 miles calculated in accordance with the National Veterans B.A.R.

2019 –
2018 – Keith Barcock
2017 – Keith Barcock
2016 – Tim Butt
2015 – Paul Demicoli
2014 – no winner
2013 – Moira Goodway
2012 – Moira Goodway
2011 – Steve Batsford
2010 – Moira Goodway

Simon Smith Memorial Cup

Presented in 1989 by Mr and Mrs Smith in memory of their son, Simon, and is awarded to the fastest rider over 10 miles in any event.

2019 – Simon Bull
2018 – Simon Bull
2017 – Tim Butt
2016 – Tim Butt
2015 – Billy Leason
2014 – Simon Kisley
2013 – Luke Souter
2012 – Luke Souter
2011 – Steve Batsford
2010 – Steve Batsford

Broughton Cup

Presented in 1993 by Mr J Broughton and is awarded to the winner of the Hardriders Open Time Trial

2019 – Jack O’Neil/Team Jewson
2018 – Race cancelled, not awarded
2017 – Jack O’Neil Warwick Uni/Team Jewson 51m38s (new CR)
2016 – Dan Bigham 51m42s (new CR)
2015 – Tejvan Pettinger/Sri Chinmoy CT
2014 – Dan Bigham/AWCycles.co.uk
2013 – Tejvan Pettinger/Sri Chinmoy CT
2012 – Roy Chamberlain/Team Corley Cycles
2011 – Roy Chamberlain/Team Corley Cycles
2010 – James Wall/Team Echelon Spiuk

President’s Award

This trophy was commissioned by President Nicky Xandora in 2012 and is awarded to the member who has made an outstanding contribution to the club.

2019 – ???
2018 – Mark Boyles
2017 – John Tustian
2016 – Paul Dean
2015 – Nicky Xandora
2014 – Dave Anson
2013 – Tom Giddings
2012 – David Mobbs

A5 Inter Club Cup

2019 – Not raced for, no A5 team
2018 – Race annulled due to sign tampering
2017 – Banbury Star CC
2016 – Banbury Star CC
2015 – Banbury Star CC
2014 – Banbury Star CC
2013 – A5 Rangers
2012 – Banbury Star CC
2011 – Banbury Star CC
2010 – Banbury Star CC

Leiden Plaque

2019 – Banbury Star CC
2018 – Bicester Millenium CC
2017 – Banbury Star CC
2016 – Banbury Star CC
2015 – Banbury Star CC
2014 – Banbury Star CC
2013 – no winner
2012 – Banbury Star CC
2011 – Oxonian CC
2010 – Banbury Star CC

Broadribb Trophy

A new award for 2018 and presented by Broadribb Cycles, it’s the women’s equivalent of the Durran Cup and is won by the fastest woman at the Burton Dassett hill climb.

2019 – Naomi de Pennington (new record 1m30s)
2018 – Naomi de Pennington

Golden Age Cycles Trophy

Another new award for 2018, in conjunction with Golden Age Cycles who want to encourage more female participation in our time trials. Awarded for the fastest five results on our K4/20 course.

2019 – Naomi de Pennington
2018 – Ila Pearson