Peggy Bayer Trophy (U21 Junior) Winners

Last updated 25 August 2022

The trophy has been competed for 33 times up to 2022

 

England 27

 

Scotland 5

 

ROI 1

 

Wales & NI are yet to win

 

Year

Team

Npc

Names

1990 (1)

Scotland

David Frew

Geoff Bateman, Leigh Caldwell, Paul Smith, Fiona Jamieson, John Sabine, John Robinson,

1991

England

John Pottage

Howard Wilkinson, Simon Pollack, David Bakhshi, Stephen Lally, D Rigby, Ewen McNay

1992

England

John Pottage

Stuart Forsyth, Robin Atkin, David Bakhshi, Jonathan Cooke, David Walker (Smith), Ed Sheldon

1993 (2)

England

Richard Fleet

David Bakhshi, Gavin Jordan, Ed Ionides, Abbey Walker (Smith), Ed Sheldon, David Walker

1994 (3)

England

Richard Fleet

Abbey Walker (Smith), David Bakhshi, Catherine Ashment, Ed Sheldon, Ed Foster, Simon Budd

1995

Scotland

Sheila Adamson

Martin Bateman, Dermot Coyle, Gavin Easton, Callum McKail, David McCrossan, Douglas Marshall

1996

England

Phil King

Simon Budd, Gary Clarke, Graham Hazel, Abbey Walker (Smith), Alex Hydes, Mark Teltscher

1997

Scotland

John Di Mambro

Martin Bateman, Andrew Myles, Harold Bergson, David McCrossan, Duncan Cockburn, Douglas Marshall

1998

England

David Harris

Mark Cleaver, Richard Corliss, Simon Budd, Beatrice McLeod, Richard Probst, Rachel Wade

1999(4)

England

David Harris

Duncan Happer, Susan Stockdale, Stuart Haring, Jeneiv Shah, James Pepper, Kelvin Ward

2000

England

Phil King

Oliver Burgess, Andrew Woodcock, Ben Handley-Pritchard, Alex Hydes, Duncan Happer, Susan Stockdale

2001

England

David Harris

Jon Atthey, Ben Handley-Pritchard, Michael Byrne, Ed Levy, Simon Cope, Stuart Haring

2002

England

Phil King

John Atthey, Ben Green, Roger Brown, Greg Moss, Duncan Happer, Susan Stockdale

2003

England

Phil King

John Atthey, Ben Green, Jon De Souza, Paul Wilson, Ian Green, Sarah Pinchbeck

2004

England

Phil King

Oliver Burgess, Sarah Pinchbeck, Phillip Andrews, Michael Graham, Laura MacDougall

2005 (5)

England

Mel Starkings

John Atthey, Chris G Owen, Michael Graham, Shivam Shah, Bingyuan Yang, Songtao Ye

2006

England

Mel Starkings

Ed Jones, Shivam Shah, Nicola MacDougall, Alex Morton, Bingyuan Yang, Songtao Ye

2007

England

Michael Byrne

Ben Paske, Tom Paske, Rob Myers, Dan McIntosh, Mark Dessain, Liam Jones

2008

Scotland

David McCrossan

Yvonne Wiseman, Ralph Wiseman, Philip Morrsion, Frazer Morgan

2009

England

Michael Byrne

Ed Jones, Mike Bell, Fiona Brown, Alex Morris, Tom Dessain, Dom Maloney

2010

Scotland

David McCrossan

Yvonne Wiseman, Ralph Wiseman, Stuart Bradnam, Stephen Rose, Jun Pinder, Abigail Wilson

2011

England

Michael Byrne

Basil Letts, Shivam Shah, Alex Roberts, Tommy Brass, Toby Nonnenmacher, Michael Alishaw

2012 (2)

England

Michael Byrne

Tommy Brass, Kyle Lam, Freddie Illingworth, Chris Huber, Shivam Shah, Alex Roberts

2013(2)

England

Michael Byrne

Freddie Illingworth, Kyle Lam, Toby Nonnenmacher, Michael Alishaw, Rhys Munden, Ben Norton

2014 (2)

England

Michael Byrne

Freddie Illingworth & Ben Norton,

Nick Dean & Sam Behrens,

Stephen Kennedy & Rhys Munden

2015

England

Michael Byrne

Freddie Illingworth & Ben Norton,

Laura Covill & Stephen Kennedy,

Nick Dean & Sam Behrens

2016 (2)

Republic of Ireland

Thomas MacCormac

Michael Donnelly & Stephen Barr,

Conor Boland & John Connolly

2017 (2) (6)

England

Michael Byrne

Ben Norton & Sam Behrens,

 Jonathan Clark & Kripa Panchagnula,

Liam Sanderson & Daniel Winter

2018 (2)

England

Michael Byrne

Kripa Panchagnula & Harry Madden,

Sam Anoyrkatis & Theo Anoyrkatis,

Jack Ronayne & Theo Gillis

2019 (2)

England

Michael Byrne

Sam Anoyrkatis & Liz Gahan,

Oscar Selby & Imogen La Chapelle,

Theo Anoyrkatis & Andy Cope

2020 (6)

England

Heather Dhondy

Jack Ronayne & Theo Gillis

Imogen La Chapelle & Alex Pemberton

Henry Rose & Jasmine Bakhshi

2021

England

Mike Bell

Oscar Selby & Harry Madden

Andy Cope & Theo Anoyrkatis

Jasmine Bakhshi & Imogen La Chapelle

2022

England

Giorgio Provenza

Lucy Norman and Tom Furness

Charlotte Bedford and Venetia Anoyrkatis

Raphaela Sinclair and Rufus Barnett

 

(1) Scotland vs England at U19 level

(2) Wales did not enter in 1993, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2022

(3) Simon Budd aged 16 years and 10 days was the youngest to represent England a record which was beaten by Shivam Shah in 2006 at 13 years and 175 days

(4) The Republic of Ireland joined the series.  Clare Evans(Wales) at 9 years old set a new record as the youngest participant

(5) Scotland did not enter

(6) Northern Ireland did not enter 2017 or 2020