Over 45s (Veterans)

 
 
The Veteran's cup has always been a stiffly fought tournament. Reflecting the demographics of the club, the number of eligible players has grown over the years - as too has the quality of the games.
 
 
Hall of Fame

2015-16    Neil Piper               bt    Russell Baker
2014-15    Neil Piper               bt    Russell Baker
2013-14    Russell Baker        bt    James Wadley 
2012-13    Neil Piper               bt    Russell Baker  
2011-12    Simon Dakeyne    bt    Dave Moore
2010-11    Nigel Lush
2009-10    Simon Dakeyne
2008-09    Simon Dakeyne
2007-08    Simon Dakeyne
2006-07    Simon Dakeyne
2005-06    Ken Bradey
2004-05    Danny Quigley
2003-04    Paul Gubbins
2002-03    Ken Bradey
2001-02    Ken Bradey
2000-01    Ken Bradey
1999-00    John Pitts
1998-99    Dave Lewington
1997-98    John Pitts
1996-97    John Pitts
1995-96    John Pitts
1994-95    John Pitts
1993-94    Danny Quigley
1992-93    Ken Stokes
1991-92    Ralph Pitfield 
1990-91    Ralph Pitfield
1989-90    Terry Veal
1988-89    Ralph Pitfield
1987-88    Ralph Pitfield
1986-87    Stan Willis
1985-86    Lance Kinder
1984-85    Lance Kinder
1983-84    Ralph Pitfield
1982-83    Ralph Pitfield
1981-82    Ralph Pitfield
1980-81    Ken Cookson
1979-80    Ken Cookson
1978-79    Ken Cookson
1977-78    Ken Cookson
1976-77    Maurice Harper

 
All time greats
 
7       Ralph Pitfield          (1981/82 to 1983/84, 1987/88, 1988/89, 1990/91, 1991/92)
 
5       John Pitts                (1994/95 to 1997/98, 1999/00)
         Simon Dakeyne     (2006/07 to 2009/10, 2011/12)
 
4       Ken Cookson         (1977/78 to 1980/81)
         Ken Bradey            (2000/01 to 2002/03, 2005/06)

3       Neil Piper                (2012/13, 2014/15, 2015/16)
 
2       Lance Kinder         (1984/85, 1985/86)
         Danny Quigely        (1993/94, 2004/05)
 
1       Maurice Harper      (1976/77)
         Stan Willis               (1986/87)
         Terry Veal               (1989/90)
         Ken Stokes             (1992/93)
         Dave Lewington     (1998/99)
         Paul Gubbins          (2003/04)
         Nigel Lush               (2010/11)
         Russell Baker         (2013/14)