Cotswold managed to grab both the top two places at Highlanders in the A grade and also saw some success in the D grade were they combined with Pennine to win the trophy. Cotswold also claimed best lady and male player prizes through Rachael Gayler and Dan Kelly, and Dan Kelly’s mount, Careole, won best horse for the weekend.
In the B grade the victory went to Uncle Pete Elite, a team that Uncle Pete put together, and they emerged victorious, pushing Celyn into second place. Limemere Sparks continued their strong end to the season as they beat Arden in the Upper C grade.
In the Lower C grade Vale Impi took the win with Welsh Dragons in second place. The D grade was won by Pennine and Cotswold combined while Ledbury Lions were runners up. Celyn were crowned champions in the Juniors with Arden in the runners up place.
Winners – Celyn 1
Runners Up – Arden
Winners – Pennine/Cotswold
Runners Up – Ledbury Lions
Winners – Vale Impi
Runners Up – Welsh Dragons
Winners – Limemere Sparks
Runners Up – Arden 2
Winners – Uncle Pete’s Elite
Runners Up – Celyn
Winners – Cotswold 1
Runners Up – Cotswold 2
Best Lady Player- Rachael Gayler
Best Male Player- Dan Kelly
Best Horse and Rider- Max Pedley and Overa
Best Junior Horse- ‘Torcassa’ Theo Cornforth
Best Open Horse- ‘Careole’ Dan Kelly