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Inaugural British Open Quoits Championship Sponsored by Castell Howell Foods Pumpsaint, Llanwrda, Carmarthenshire, Wales on August 26th 2006 at 11am

Entry fee per player will be £5.  The total prize fund will be up to £1000

In addition to cash sum, winner will receive perpetual trophy  for one year plus replica trophy to keep

Entrants - List of the names of the 45 entrants from England, Scotland and Wales taking part in the first British Open Quoits Championship

Results - From the final 16 to the winner

Slideshow of pictures from the day

Laws of The Game - The laws governing the "long game" as played in Wales and Scotland

For ease of organisation, it is anticipated that most of the matches will initially be played to the existing laws of the game as played between Scotland and Wales currently.  The final however will be played up to 31 points.  The Welsh Quoiting Board would welcome contact from players of other versions of the game, including youngsters, with a view to incorporating games played over shorter distances.

Castell Howell Foods - Main Sponsor

Dolaucothi Arms - nearest pub/accommodation to the event

Lampeter - university town just 8 miles from Pumpsaint

Pumpsaint - community website giving a wealth of information about Pumpsaint and the surrounding area

Carmarthenshire Hotels and Farmhouses- accommodation courtesey of Carmarthenshire Fishermen's Federation

Carmarthenshire - The Garden of Wales - what's on, where to stay etc

Cardiganshire Coast and Country - West Wales - more accommodation/activities in the Pumpsaint area

Carmarthenshire Farms - for farm and country holidays

Cwrt Deri Guest House from walestouristonline

LVENTINVM - Roman Fort and Gold Mine - Pumsaint, Cynwyl Gaeo, Dolaucothi, Dyfed

Dolaucothi Gold Mine

OGOFAU - Caravan Club Site Pumsaint Llanwrda

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