Limemere’s 2019 Tournament took place across three great pitches at Admington in Warwickshire. And it was Warwick who won the A grade, completing back to back A grade wins after their success at Kent Target’s tournament, but the most successful club of the weekend was Arden, who picked up four grade placings, including a one two in the B grade, and a smattering of best numbers. Yorkshire Warriors also picked up two grade placings to add some more valuable league points to their 2019 campaign.

Grade1st2ndBest Number 1Best Number 2Best Number 3Best Horse
A GradeWarwickHighlanders/ CelynMax Pedley (Highlanders)Danny Woodward (Celyn)Rachael Duhig (Cotswold)Queen Bee – Max Pedley (Highlanders)
B GradeArden 1Arden 2Chris Milburn (Arden)Sophie Weller (Arden)Charlotte Winder (Arden)Freckle – Alasdair Broadbent (Arden)
C GradeBethersden BullsArdenBoy Wilson-Fitzgerald (Arden)John Ferguson (Celyn)Alyson Bater (Arden)Fanta – Charlie Kish (Kent Target)
D GradeChilternArdenBob Followell (Chiltern)Robin Winder (Chiltern)Kathy Hopkins(Chiltern)Bowie (Rachael Smith (Cotswold)
E GradeCotswold/ YorkshireNottingham Trent UniAmanda Alderson (Yorkshire Warriors)Jack Bailey (Nottingham Trent Uni)Sharon Bradford (Cotswold)Dexter – Amanda Alderson (Yorkshire Warriors)
Open JuniorsYorkshire WarriorsCelynPhillip Watney (Yorkshire Warriors)Freya McColl (Yorkshire Warriors)Ross Horne (Yorkshire Warriors)Vera – Ross Horne (Yorkshire Warriors)
Novice JuniorsLimemereMixBeau KinserAbigail Davies (Celyn)Thalia Poretta (Limemere)Malambo – Thalia Poretta (Limemere)
Primary JuniorsTigers PanthersGeorgia Wasdell (Kent Target)Isaac Flint (North Warwickshire)Keeley Rock (North Warwickshire)Spotty – Georgia Wasdell (Kent Target)