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  1. Morna Barron

    Results Northern Divisional Festival

    Alex Drummond Trophy (winners) Palace Players – Silent Night by Colin & Mary Crowther
    Jess Milne Quaich (runner up) Aberfeldy Drama Club – Ring Road by Anita Vitesse
    Stonehaven Salver (third) Carnoustie Theatre Club – Work in Progress by Damian Trasler
    Kenney Thomson Quaich (Stage presentation) Palace Players -Silent Night by Colin & Mary Crowther
    Alan Nicol Trophy (Best moment in Theatre) -Stromness Drama Club – Funeral scene in Widows of Clyth
    Bon Accord Cup (Best team from community of under 500) Birsay Drama Club – Nell’s Belles by Kjartan Poskett

  2. Anne McIntyre

    Stewartry District Adults

    1st – Martin Cup – 88 Theatre – Primrose Way by Ron Nicol
    2nd – Gourlay Memorial Salver – 88 Theatre Melody by Drerdrie Kinnahin
    3rd – Stewartry Trophy – N/A
    Highest Production Marks – Bill McKinnon Trophy – 88 Theatre – Primrose Way by Ron Nicol
    Best Stage Presentation – Robin McCoskrie Trophy – 88 Theatre – Primrose Way by Ron Nicol
    Best Scottish Play – Donald Fullarton Memorial Quaich – N/A
    Best Moment in Theatre – Lillias Thomson Memorial Trophy – 88 Theatre Melody
    Audience Choice – Meg Imrie Memorial Trophy – 88 Theatre – Primrose Way by Ron Nicol

    Stewartry District Youth

    1st – Lochside Youth Theatre Trophy – Kirkcudbright Primary – Fireflies by Harry Glass
    2nd – Stewartry Youth Trophy – Newton Stewart Juniors – Pretty Hurts * By Douglas Ewart Drama Students
    3rd – The Aitchison Trophy – Catstrand Youth The Terezine Promise by Cilest Raspanti
    Stage Presentation – The Fullarton Trophy  – Kirkcudbright Primary – Fireflies by Harry Glass
    Audience Choice – The Glenkens Trophy in Memory of Tommy Edgar – Kirkcudbright Primary – Fireflies by Harry Glass
    Best Moment in Theatre – The Tom Clement Memorial Trophy – Catstrand Youth The Terezine Promise by Cilest Raspanti

  3. Tony Flisch

    Wigtown District Festival held in Ryan Centre Theatre – 3rd & 4th March 2017
    Jack Hughes Memorial Cup – (Team Placed First) – Stranraer Drama Club – ‘Greek Idol’ by Emma Akiens
    McMaster Cup – (Team Placed Second) – Stars Drama Club Team B – ‘The Edge’ by Ron Nicol
    Stranraer Town Council Cup – (Youth Team Placed First) – Stranraer Drama Club Juniors – ‘The Holiday Show’ by David Pemberton
    Harriet Collins Quaich – (Highest Marks for Production) – Stranraer Drama Club – ‘Greek Idol’ by Emma Akiens
    Fidler Cup – (Best Stage Presentation) – Stranraer Drama Club – ‘Greek Idol’ by Emma Akiens
    Drew Murray Cup – Best Moment of Theatre – Stars Drama Club Team A – ‘Music Maybe’ by D M Larson
    Note: Wigtownshire Educational Trust Trophy for Scottish Life & Character – NOT Awarded – no entries qualified

  4. David Roy

    Hunter Trophy (Winner): Aberfeldy Drama Club – Ringroad by Anita Vettesse
    The Sandy Miller (runner-up): Blairgowrie Players – One Good Beating by Linda McLean
    The Allan Proctor Trophy (third place): Blairgowrie Players – None The Wiser by Anthony Booth
    The Billy Gordon Trophy (youth winner): Unmasked Drama Co – Rememberence by Mark Rees
    The Perthshire District Cup (youth runner-up): Breadalbane Academy Drama – Stags and Hens by Willy Russell
    The Roy Caterer Quaich (stage presentation): Blairgowrie Players – One Good Beating
    The Stirling Stone (best moment of theatre): Blairgowrie Youth – Bye Baby Bunting by Mark Green
    The Frank Martin Award (Scottish Life and Character) Aberfeldy Dram Club – Parking Lot in Pittsburgh by Anne Downie

  5. Tony Flisch

    Stirling District
    First Place, Munro Trophy, FADS
    Second Place, Proctor Trophy, Barony
    Third Place and also proceeding to Eastern Division, Killin, Bluey is the colour
    Jean Sinclair Quaich, Best Moment of Theatre, Barony
    Tarmachan Trophy, Best stage presentation, FADS

    Youth Trophy Killin Drama, Can You Hear the Music?

  6. Erika Miller

    Orkney District Results:
    •Challenge Cup for First Place: Palace Players (Bishops) – Silent Night by Colin and Mary Crowther
    •Firth Trophy for Second Place: Stromness Drama Club (Hamnavoe) – The Widows of Clyth (Act 1) by Donald Campbel
    •A.C Hunter Cup for Third Place: Palace Players (Earls) – Eggs by Florence Keith-Roach
    •St Magnus Parish Trophy: Birsay Drama Group – Nell’s Belles (Excerpts) by Kjartan Poskett
    •The Orcadian Youth Trophy: Palace Players (Youth) – School Night by Joe Norton
    •Jean Campbell Trophy for Play Depicting Scottish Life and Character: Stromness Drama Club (Hamnavoe) – The Widows of Clyth (Act 1) by Donald Campbell
    •George Scott Cup for Best Stage Setting: Palace Players (Bishops) – Silent Night by Colin and Mary Crowther
    •Corsie Cup for Play Depicting Best Moment of Theatre: Stromness Academy Players – 13 Signs You Should Stop Being A Pirate by A.M. Dittman

    •Ernie Donaldson Trophy for Highest Marks in Direction: Palace Players (Bishops) – Silent Night by Colin and Mary Crowther

    1. Alan Gerrard

      Halkirk ADC Trophy District Youth Festival Was won by Thurso Players Juniors with The Box

  7. DONALD T FARMER

    Caithness District

    WINNER ADAM SWANSON MEMORIAL TROPHY THURSO PLAYERS “THE INCREDIBLE ADVENTURES OF SEE THRU SAM” BY JOHNNY MCKNIGHT
    RUNNER UP DR IAN FELL TROPHY WICK PLAYERS “TIME BEGINS AT MIDNIGHT” BY SIMON LAMB
    BEST SET OUT WITH WINNING PLAY OLD MILL TROPHY WICK PLAYERS TIME BEGINS AT MIDNIGHT
    MARGARET SINCLAIR SHIELD HIGHEST DIRECTION MARK THURSO PLAYERS SEE THRU SAM
    CALCOTT INNES QUAICH HIGHEST ACTING MARK THURSO PLAYERS SEE THRU SAM

    HIGHLAND YOUTH FESTIVAL… HALKIRK A.D.C.TROPHY DISTRICT WINNER “THE BOX ” BY LINDSAY PRICE

  8. Tony Flisch

    The results of the Edinburgh round of the 2017 One-Act Festival are as follows:-

    Winner: A Wake For Donald by Evelyn Hood – Leitheatre Kirkgate (but they will just be Leitheatre for Div)
    Runner Up: Contractions by Mike Bartlett – Edinburgh Graduate Theatre Group
    Third: Getting On by Chares Mander – Edinburgh Makars.
    Those three teams will proceed to the Eastern Divisional Final at the Albert Halls, Stirling 23 to 25 March

    Leitheatre Kirkgate also won Best Stage Presentation and Highest Marks For Production.
    EGTG also won Highest Marks For Acting.

    The Winner of the Youth section was Indelible Arts Youth Theatre – North Berwick, with Sparkleshark by Philip Ridley.
    They will represent Edinburgh at the Eastern Divisional Youth Final at Church Hill Sunday 9th April.
    They were also chosen as Best First Entry (Said Aitken Shield) and were awarded the John McIntyre Trophy for Best Moment In Theatre by the Emergency Panel.

  9. Tony Flisch

    Fife District One-Act Festival 2017 – Philp Hall, Kirkcaldy 23rd to 25th February 2017

    Grace Hunter Trophy – Winning Team: Kirkcaldy Amateur Drama Society (M) – Dear Diva by Jan Harris
    George Benedetti- Salver – Second Placed Team: Aberdour Players (A) – Too Long An Autumn by Jimmie Chinn
    Fife District Quaich – Third Placed Team: Kirkcaldy Amateur Drama Society (E)- Lone Star by James McClure
    Jenny Greenaway Quaich – Highest Marks For Production: Kirkcaldy Amateur Drama Society (M) – Dear Diva by Jan Harris
    Ivan Mentiplay Cup – Best Stage Presentation: Kirkcaldy Amateur Drama Society (E)- Lone Star by James McClure
    Buckhaven Trophy- Best Moment Of Comedy: Kirkcaldy Amateur Drama Society (J) – Stripped by Jamie Thorburn [the twist in the tale of the last two lines “What kind of shop is it?” “A Sex Shop”]
    Pam Lawson Salver – Best Moment Of Theatre: Aberdour Players (B) – Purgatory by Steven Berkoff [voice offstage “shut the fuck up”]
    Leslie Centenary Salver – Best Ensemble Playing: Aberdour Players (A) – Too Long An Autumn by Jimmie Chinn .
    Janet Hadden Memorial Cup – The Audience Award: Kirkcaldy Amateur Drama Society (E)- Lone Star by James McLure

    Therefore the teams to represent Fife at the Eastern Divisional Final in the Albert Hall, Stirling 23 to 25 March 2017 will be:
    1. Kirkcaldy Amateur Drama Society – Dear Diva by Jan Harris
    2. Aberdour Players – Too Long An Autumn by Jimmie Chin
    4. Auld Kirk Players – Confesions by Fraser Anderson & Calette Corrie Duke.

  10. Peter esson

    Angus District
    The Sheils Trophy for best stage presentation – Carnoustie Theatre Club Youth – Broken hours
    Angus Youth Trophy/Shield – Carnoustie Theatre Club Youth – Broken hours
    Kay Fleming Trophy (runner up) – Carnoustie Theatre Club Youth – Broken hours
    Ian Mackay/McKay Trophy – first – Carnoustie Theatre Club – Work in progress

    Aberdeen District

    The A.C.E. Trophy – Outstanding Achievement – Seaton Primary – Tam O’Shanter
    The Alistair Selway Quaich – Best Moment of Theatre – Studio Theatre Group 2 for the Scene Change – Southern Belles
    The Castlegate Trophy – Best Stage Presentation – Ury Players – One for Sorrow
    Aberdeen District Youth Trophy – Best Festival Performance by a Youth Team – Ury Players Youth – Cut it out
    The Gallery Trophy – Runner up – BADCO – Triptych
    The Rowntree Harvey Shield – First – Studio Theatre Group 1

  11. Alan Mitchell

    Ayrshire District Results 2017

    Joe Corrie Cup (First Place) – McGavin Drama Club – I’m Missing You by Helen Fox
    Rodger Trophy (Second Place) – Dunlop Players – Airfield by Bob Tucker
    Stanley Paton Salver (Third Place) – Not presented
    Alex McGregor Trophy (Highest Marks in Team Acting) – McGavin Drama Club – I’m Missing You by Helen Fox
    David Brown Trophy (Stage Decor) – McGavin Drama Club – I’m Missing You by Helen Fox
    The Ayrshire Youth Trophy (Under 18 cast) – Dunlop Players Youth – All by Myself by Robert Scott
    The George Addison Quaich (For Lighting) – McGavin Drama Club – I’m Missing You by Helen Fox
    The James B Love Trophy (Highest marks in Youth Acting) – not presented

    McGavin represent Ayrshire District at Western Division Open and Dunlop Youth at Western Division Youth Festival.

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