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2007 - One of the most successful years for Caersws Quoits Club

Montgomeryshire Sports Council/County Times Sports Awards 2007

Theatr Clera, Welshpool, Powys, 7th March 2008

Senior Sports Personality of the Year - Brendon Lloyd, Caersws Quoits Club Pictured with (L) the first Welshman to be crowned World Rally Champion, Phil Mills and Chairman of the British Association for Cricketers With a Disability, Bill Higginson

L - R Ray Davies, Brendon Lloyd and Russell Owen celebrate

2007 International Captain Russell Owen (L) and No 2 Brendon Lloyd with their haul of trophies L - R

Llanarthne Open Shield

Banwen Open

Saron Open

International Winner's Trophy

William Dice Grand Prix Cup

Caersws Open

British Open Championship

Welsh Individual Championship

Felinfach Open

Missing from the line-up are trophies for the West Wales Open which Russell also won, and trophy for Llanybydder Open which Brendon won but has been lost.

Brendon with the cups he won outright plus the International Winner's trophy

Russell with the trophies he won outright, plus the International Winner's trophy held as winning Captain 2007

Russell and Brendon with the International Winner's trophy

Brendon at presentation 16th October 2008 by Caersws Community Council for his British Open Quoits Champion achievement

Brendon with other local British Champions and members of Caersws Community Council and Recreation Association


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