|LEFT: Trophies awaiting presentation at the BCSC on Awards Night.|
RIGHT: Host Ian Tarr in full flow, delivering his "Bristol Backgammon Review of 2001", still had time to present himself with a buff envelope containing the prize for finishing 3rd in the Premier League.
|LEFT: Ian Preston has every reason to be pleased as he holds the Bristol Open Grand Prix shield and his memento.|
RIGHT: John Slattery, having already received the Premier League championship trophy, memento and cash prize, returns to the "podium" to receive his runner-up prizes from the Open Grand Prix.
|LEFT: Stuart Mann, narrowly beaten for the Premier League title, displays his prizes.|
RIGHT: Rosey Bensley was the convincing winner of the Bristol Conference League, and looks forward to making an impact in the Premier.
|LEFT: Paul Watts juggles with the prizes which signal his farewell to the Intermediate ranks.|
RIGHT: Martin Hemming reflects on his achievement as Conference runner-up.
|The held over final of December's tournament gets well under way. Blaine Buchanan was a narrow victor over Rosey Bensley, and was later presented with the John Chidgey Cup, as well as the tournament winner's prize of over £400, and a small cash prize for finishing 3rd in the Open Grand Prix.|
|Stuart Mann (right) kicks off his 2002 Premier League campaign with a victory over Charlie Hetherington. Charlie was runner-up in 2000, Stuart emulating that achievement last year.|
|More Premier League action as Elliot Smart (right, foreground) makes his Premier League debut against Kevin White. Another debutant -- Paul Watts (background, left) takes on champion John Slattery. Both debutants lost narrowly.|
|The first Bristol Conference action of the year, with John Lewis (left) taking on league newcomer Jonathan Prager. Jonathan won the match 11-5.|
|Friendly non-league action as regular tournament entrant Sarah Webber shows Scott Ellis a thing or two.|
Photos, once again, courtesy of Richard Dunton