Millennium Trophy

2023 Competition is now complete afte 9 successful events; final table is here: click for pdf

The Finsbury Park CC event F15/25, on 3rd June was the final round of the series and saw Matthew Wight, Verulam Really Moving secure his position as overall winner of the competition. Club mate John Jones had a final tilt at unseating Matt but his total of 460 points was 5 points short of the winning 465. However, John had the satisfaction of finishing as top vet.
Andrew Jarratt, Finchley RT made up the podium with the top three completing 18 rounds between them.
Karine Jones, Verulam Really Moving was not troubled for the womens honours and she finished in 11th place overall, beating many classy men.
Although Verulam Really Moving had a clean sweep of winners in Overall, Vets and Women, the club was unable to deny Team Trident the top spot in the team competition; it was 2020 points to Team Trident and 1933 to Verulam Really; North Road CC came third with 1120.
143 riders competed in the series and 13 clubs got 28 team scores on the board.


465 Matthew Wight Male
460 John Jones Male
450 Andrew Jarratt Male
439 Sean Bradley Male
431 Mark Halliday Male
400 Karine Jones Female
329 Alice Elwood Female
232 Abigail Coles  Female
194 Maddy Pope Female
174 Christine  Tovey Female
460 John Jones Male
431 Mark Halliday Male
426 Chris Knight Male
414 Sean McDougall Male
407 Duncan Godfrey Male
347 Thomas Godfrey Male
234 Leon Atkins Male
224 Nathanael  Thould  Male
191 Benjamin Cousins Male
77 Henry Barker Male

This competition, originally for Men and Women, was devised and introduced in 2000 by Doug Eagger, Icknield RC, long-serving Secretary of the D.C.
Past winners: click for pdf . The Millennium Trophy rules: click for pdf

The D.C. has since added Veterans and Juniors to the awards and in 2004 purchased 4 new Cups, to be awarded to the winner in each (revised) catagory, ie: Overall, Women, Vets, Juniors.
It is a points-based system for riding a minimum number of sporting course time trials promoted in the District each year. Fastest rider in each event receives 120 points, the second fastest 119 and so on. The competition is funded by a separate DC Levy.
Trophy Cups are held by the winners for 12 months and they also receive engraved RTTC Medallions. Best team performance is recognised. The top 10 Overall, top 10 Women, top 10 Vets and top 10 Junior qualifiers receive CTT District Award Certificates.