Perpetual Trophies Awarded by the SA Branch AUSSI Masters Swimming by hcj

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									       Perpetual Trophies Awarded by the SA Branch AUSSI Masters Swimming

1. AUSSI State Cup (1985- 1995)
Awarded to the club that gains the most points in the State Championships. This award is outdated by Short and
Long Course Championships which were introduced in 1996.
Winners

Runner ups 1985-1995                                   Winners 1985- 1995
(Trophy donated by Josie Sansom)
    1985    Adelaide Masters                           Being researched
    1986    Western Districts
    1987    Western Districts
    1988    Western Districts
    1989    Western Districts
    1990    Adelaide Masters
    1991    Western Districts
    1992    Marion
    1993    Marion
    1994    Atlantis
    1995    Atlantis

2. State Long Course Championship. (Trophy donated by Living Health)
The Short Course Championships were approved in September 1995 and so began the 2 separate State Cups in the
one year. New Trophies were approved for each event. Runner Up Trophies were also approved during 1996 –
the first year that both events were held.
Awarded to the club that gains the most points.
        Winner                                         Runner up
   1996         Unknown
   1997         Atlantis                               Adelaide Masters
   1998         Atlantis                               Adelaide Masters
   1999         Unknown                                Unknown
   2000         Adelaide Masters                       Atlantis
   2001         Atlantis                               Adelaide Masters
   2002         Adelaide Masters                       Atlantis
   2003         Adelaide Masters                       Atlantis
   2004         Adelaide Masters                       Atlantis
   2005         Adelaide Masters                       Marion
   2006         Adelaide Masters                       Tea Tree Gully
   2007         Adelaide Masters                       Atlantis
   2008         Adelaide Masters                       Atlantis
   2009         Adelaide Masters                       Marion




3. State Short Course Championships. (Trophy donated by Living Health)
Awarded to the club that gains the most points.

        Winning Club                                           Runner up

1996    Atlantis                                               Adelaide Masters
1997    Atlantis                                               Adelaide Masters
1998    Adelaide Masters                                       Atlantis
1999    Atlantis                                               Adelaide Masters
2000    Adelaide Masters                                       Atlantis
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2001    Adelaide Masters                                        Atlantis
2002    Adelaide Masters                                        Atlantis
2003    Adelaide Masters                                        Atlantis
2004    Adelaide Masters                                        Atlantis
2005    Adelaide Masters                                        Atlantis
2006    Adelaide Masters                                        Atlantis
2007    Adelaide Masters                                        Noarlunga
2008    Adelaide Masters                                        Marion
2009    Adelaide Masters                                        Noarlunga

3. Living Health – Male and Female Swimmer of the Year
There are two Perpetual Cups – one for females and one for males. They were first awarded in 1996. The criteria
is the number of Branch Records broken at Interclub and State Championships during the year.
Winners receive a small trophy/award.

Male Swimmer of the year                                Female Swimmer of the year

1996            Ted Geary                               Stephanie Palmer-White
1997            Ted Geary                               Sue Hearnden
1998            Deiter Loeliger                         Alma Brecknock
1999            Joe Savage                              Alma Brecknock
2000            Andrew Loose                            Helen Agostini and Joanne Sutcliffe
2001            Mark Smedley                            Sue Lyons
2002            Ron Hardie                              Kathy Heenan
2003            Carlos Assumpcao                        Alma Brecknock
2004            Roy Drew                                Kathy Heenan
2005            Mark Smedley                            Joanne Sutcliffe
2006            Jonathan Davies                         Stephanie Palmer-White
2007            Graham Croft                            Sharon Beaver and Joy Page
2008            Craig Addams and Graham Croft           Joanne Sutcliffe
2009            Stephen Osborne                         Charlene Margrison

4. Interclub Shield
Awarded to the club that gains the most points in the Interclub Competition each year. The trophy was first
presented in 1981.

        Winning Club                                            Runner Up

1981    Adelaide Masters                                Unknown
1982    Adelaide Masters                                Unknown
1983    Adelaide Masters                                Unknown
1984    Adelaide Masters                                Unknown
1985    Adelaide Masters                                Marion
1986    Adelaide Masters                                Marion
1987    Adelaide Masters                                Unknown
1988    Adelaide Masters                                Western Districts
1989    Adelaide Masters                                Marion
1990    Adelaide Masters                                Marion
1991    Adelaide Masters                                Marion
1992    Adelaide Masters                                Noarlunga
1993    Adelaide Masters                                Unknown
1994    Adelaide Masters                                Atlantis
1995    Adelaide Masters                                Atlantis
1996    Adelaide Masters                                Atlantis
1997    Adelaide Masters                                Atlantis
1998    Adelaide Masters                                Atlantis
1999    Adelaide Masters                                Atlantis
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2000    Adelaide Masters                                 Atlantis
2001    Atlantis                                         Unknown
2002    Atlantis                                         Unknown
2003    Adelaide Masters                                 Unknown
2004    Adelaide Masters                                 Unknown
2005    Atlantis                                         Adelaide Masters
2006    Adelaide Masters                                 Atlantis
2007    Adelaide Masters                                 Atlantis
2008    Adelaide Masters                                 Atlantis
2009    Adelaide Masters                                 Atlantis

5. Relay Shield
Awarded to the club that gains the most points in the Interclub Relay events. The Shield was first awarded in ..
Winners are being researched.


6. Interclub Proficiency Award
This award was introduced in 1997 to encourage participation of all clubs in Interclub Competition with the
specific aim of providing incentive for smaller club achievements to be recognised.
Criteria:
Awarded to the club whose total number of points earned (Interclub Competition) when divided by the total
number of registered members of the club is the highest.
The total number of registered swimmers of the club to be determined as the number of members as at the date of
the final interclub meet of the series.
To be eligible for the Proficiency Trophy a club must have 10 or more registered swimmers at the determined
date.

                 Winning Club

1992             Tea Tree Gully
1993             Tea Tree Gully
1994             Tea Tree Gully
1995             Tea Tree Gully
1996             Atlantis
1997             Tea Tree Gully
1998             Noarlunga
1999             Le Fevre Portside
2000             Payneham
2001             Port Augusta
2002             Atlantis
2003             Atlantis
2004             Tea Tree Gully
2005             Atlantis
2006             Tea Tree Gully
2007             Tea Tree Gully
2008             Tea Tree Gully
2009             Noarlunga

7. Open Water Swims (outdated)
At the August 1997 Council Meeting approval was given to purchase three perpetual Open Water Swim trophies.
    1. First Team of eight to finish
    No records

    2. First relay team in State Championship (this was the Glenelg Swim)
    No records
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    3. Aggregate club team points winner over the series of OWS.

                Winning Club
1997 98         Atlantis
1998-99         Atlantis
1999-00         Atlantis
2000-01         Unknown
2001-02         Unknown
2002-03         Unknown
2003-04         Unknown
2004-05         Marion
2005-06         Marion
2006-07         Unknown
2007-08         Adelaide Masters
2008-09


8. Henley to Grange Open Water Swim
This was first awarded in 1997 to the club with the first 5 swimmers to finish in the Henley to Grange Open Water
Swim – swum with amateurs. It was first won by Marion and was presented on the day. In 1998 Adelaide
Masters won.

It was replaced in 2002 with a new Branch Trophy to the club with the most aggregate points across all age
groups in the newly established Jetty to Jetty swim. Points are 3, 2 and 1 (AUSSI members).

Jetty to Jetty Australia Day Long Swim
AUSSI Masters Swimming (SA Branch) Cup
The AUSSI SA Branch Cup will be presented to the AUSSI Club with the most accumulated points.

2002                             Adelaide Masters         31 points
2003                             Adelaide Masters         38 points
2004                             Adelaide Masters
2005                             Adelaide Masters         31 points
2006                             Adelaide Masters         33 Points
2007                             Adelaide Masters
2008                             Adelaide Masters
2009                             Adelaide Masters


9. Aerobic Trophy
This was approved in February 1997. Points in the first year were:
Atlantis               1346
Adelaide Masters       820
Marion                 769
Aquadome Otters        619


    2007            Henley Beach Masters
    2008            Henley Beach Masters
    2009            Henley Beach Masters


10. Josie Sansom Shield (Adelaide Masters Club Award –)
This is not a Branch award. It is chosen by Adelaide Masters club, and there was a formula (originally) to
determine the winner. (Swimmers total points in 5 events + points for any state (5 points), national (10 points) or
world record (20 points)).
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It began when there was just the one State Championship and it was awarded to the most successful swimmer at
the championship.
When 2 State Championships commenced (1995) there was no award made. It was been revived in 2002 and the
criteria was amended to an outstanding swimmer of the year. There is no longer a formula and Adelaide Masters
now choose a swimmer who has achieved well and who has contributed to the sport of Swimming in a range of
ways.

Winners (1993 – 1997)
   1993            Denise Wangel
   1994            Elly Fleig
   1995            Chris Stoeckel
   1996            Stephanie Palmer-White
   1997            Sue Hearnden

Winners (2002 – Current)
   2002            Mark Smedley
   2003            Alma Brecknock
   2004            Kathy Heenan
   2005            John Gamlen
   2006            Jonathan Davies
   2007            Barbara Pearce
   2008            Graham Croft


11. Open Water Swim – Completed all swims in series
This was first awarded in 2000 to swimmers who complete all Open Water Swims across the summer. Swimmers
achieving this feat are acknowledged with commemorative gift – usually an engraved towel. Numbers vary from
year to year.

2000 - 2001    16 swimmers
2001 - 2002    5 swimmers
2002 – 2003    35 swimmers
2008 – 2009    14 Swimmers




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