Whilst the Telopea Amateur Swimming Club was formed in November 1964, some of the Club's trophies have a much longer association with ACT Swimming. Many came from the period when the Canberra Amateur Swimming Club was based at the Manuka Pool. The trophies which relate to the period when the Canberra ASC was based at Manuka were presented to Telopea by the original recipients or the families of the original recipients at the 50th Anniversary celebrations of the opening of the Manuka Pool. Other trophies have been kindly donated by members and friends of the Club. See also History

These trophies are presented to Telopea swimmers at the Annual Presentation Night, held in May each year. Trophies are awarded for results achieved at Club Championships and Club Nights. There are also several special awards selected by either the Management Committee, the Club Captains, the Coach or a combination of these office bearers. These special awards all acknowledge special achievement or effort by the individual concerned.

Please take a few moments to discover the richness of the history of  these trophies, some of which help to tell the story of swimming in the early days of Canberra.

 

Trophies

Some of the Telopea Club trophies are more than 60 years old

 

CLUB AWARDS 2003

Name & History of Trophy

Awarded for

Recipient 2003

Jack Gallagher and Family Trophy
Presented by the Gallagher Family.
8 Years & Under
Boys Champion


Jonathan Slockee

Max Riethmuller and Family Trophy
Presented by Max Rieuthmuller and Family. Max Rieuthmuller joined the Club in 1965 and held various positions including Secretary 1965/68, Treasurer 1968/69 and President 1975/76. He was made a Life Member in March 1977.

8 Years & Under
Girls Champion


Alissa Doran

McLeod Family Trophy
Presented by Kevin and Judy McLeod, members of Telopea until 1996.

9 Years Boys Champion


Huw Warmenhoven

Rogerson Family Trophy
Presented by Chris and Kim Rogerson, members of Telopea until 1996.

9 Years Girls Champion


Nicole Martine

Bruce McLeod and Family Trophy
Presented by Bruce McLeod. The McLeod family were involved with Telopea during the late 1960's and early 1970's.

10 Years Boys Champion


Mitchell Nemec

Theo Bischoff Trophy
Presented by Theo Bishoff.

10 Years Girls Champion


Amanda Clifford

CASC - Jensen Trophy
Championship Age 1939-40.
First Senior Man K. Hill
One of the trophies handed to the Club at the 50th Anniversary celebrations.

11 Years Boys Champion


Robert Albertson Kill

Bill Taylor Trophy
Presented by Bill Taylor, a long time member and tireless worker for the Club. Bill was made a Life Member in 1995.
11 Years Girls Champion


Heather Middleton

JL Davies Cup
Presented by John Davies who was a parent and local businessman, Kingston Pharmacy, and was Club Patron during 1966/67.

12 Years Boys Champion


Yoichi Kobayashi

WP Ryan Cup
Presented by Bill Ryan who was the convenor of the inaugural meeting of Telopea ASC on 26 November 1964. He became President in August 1965 and held that position until May 1968. Elected Secretary for the 1968/69 and 1969/70 seasons and was President again during the 1974/75 season.

12 Years Girls Champion


Claire Warmenhoven

R Scott-McLean Trophy
Presented by Rena Scott-McLean, Life Member and long term office bearer of Telopea during the 1980's and 1990's.

13 Years Boys Champion


Richard Hills

Allworth Family Trophy
Presented by the Allworth Family.

13 Years Girls Champion

Katrina Northey
TR Colless Trophy
14 Years Boys Champion

 Max Ireland
Reg Dryden Trophy
Presented by Reg Dryden in 1968.

14 Years Girls Champion

Sophie Andriolo
CASC - H Calthorpe Trophy
Men Swimming 1937-38
Won by S. Maugher
The trophy bears the family name now associated with the historic Calthorpe House on Mugga Way in Canberra but at the time they were a local family like any other. This trophy was donated to the Club by the Calthorpe Family in 1981 during the 50th Anniversary celebrations.

15 Years Boys Champion

John Warmenhoven
FCT School Swimming
D Adams
Under 16 Sprint Champion 1937
(Fire Chiefs Trophy)
Prior to the opening of the Manuka Pool in 1931 and the establishment of the Canberra ASC, the only swimming body in Canberra was the Canberra Fire Brigade Amateur Swimming Club which used to conduct events in the Molonglo River. This trophy, now known as the Fire Chiefs Trophy, was originally donated for School competition and is another of the trophies donated to the Club during the 50th Anniversary celebrations.

15 Years Girls Champion

Emma Fitzgibbon


 

James Brophy Trophy
James Brophy was involved with swimming in Canberra since its inception. He was an Auditor of the Club in its early days (1968) and also a past Patron of the Club. This trophy was presented to the Club in 1968. The Brophy Shield (the inter-district meet held in Canberra each year) was named after James Brophy in honour of his work for Country Swimming.

16 Years Boys Champion

Kiernan McGill
Reeve Trophy
Member of the Canberra Club 1967/68.

16 Years Girls Champion

Sarah-Louise Paton
Canberra Trophy Centre
Donated to the Club in 1981 to encourage the older swimmers to continue to swim competitively.

17 Years and Over
Boys Champion

Kikai Kobayashi
Greg Breadman Sports Centre Trophy
Donated to the Club in 1981 to encourage the older swimmers to continue to swim competitively.

17 Years and Over
Girls Champion

Melanie Cupitt
R Spreadbury Trophy
Member of the Canberra Club.
Trophy donated in 1965/66.

Open Mens Champion

Kiernan McGill
EH Delaney Trophy
Original member of Telopea ASC. Presented at first Championships in 1965/66.

Open Womens Champion

Sarah-Louise Paton
Murden Gwyther Plate
Originally for Open Men 100 yards Freestyle Championship (became the 100 metres in 1984/85). 
Presented to Telopea ASC at the 50th Anniversary Swimming Carnival held at Manuka in 1981.

Open Mens
100m Freestyle Champion

Nick Lee
President’s Plate
Originally for the Open Women 100 yards Freestyle Championship (became the 100 metres in 1984/85).
This trophy was donated by Mr Pat Brazil who joined the Club in 1968. He held the position of President from 1977/78 to 1981/82 and was made a Life Member in May 1982. Mr Brazil is currently the Club Patron.

Open Womens
100m Freestyle Champion

Sarah-Louise Paton
Dora Craig Memorial Trophy
Donated by the Craig Family in 1988 in memory of Dora Craig.  This trophy alternated between male and female Breaststroke Champions. Dora Craig joined Telopea ASC in 1973 and became Secretary in 1974.  She held this position until 1985 when she became Senior Vice-President, holding this position until her death in 1986. She was honoured with a Life Membership in 1984 and was the first recipient of the Hollingworth Trophy in 1979. She was also awarded a NSWASA Service Merit Award in 1986 in recognition of her contribution to the advancement of swimming in the Southern NSW and Capital Territory Districts.

Open Mens
100m Breaststroke Champion


Max Ireland

Dora Craig Memorial Trophy
In line with the wishes of the original Dora Craig Memorial Trophy, this trophy alternates between male and female Breaststroke Champions.

Open Womens
100m Breaststroke Champion

Sarah-Louise Paton
The Matthew Hudson Trophy     Donated to the Club by Matthew Hudson, swimmer, retired 2001.
Open Mens                     200m Freestyle Champion

Kikai Kobayashi
The Peter Freney Trophy
Donated to the Club in 2003 in appreciation for his many years of leadership and tireless coaching.

Open Mens
100m Butterfly Champion

Kiernan McGill
The Peter Freney Trophy
Donated to the Club in 2003 in appreciation for his many years of leadership and tireless coaching.

Open Womens
100m Butterfly Champion

Sarah-Louise Paton
Ailsa Neil Memorial Trophy
Donated by the McLeod Family in memory of Ailsa Neil, a valued supporter of Telopea.

Open Mens
200m Butterfly Champion

Kikai Kobayashi
Ailsa Neil Memorial Trophy
Donated by the Pope Family. Ailsa Neil provided support to the Club over several years in the early 1990's through preparation of the programmes for the major Telopea meets and other tasks for the Club. This trophy was donated in 1993 in recognition of her association with the Club.

Open Womens
200m Butterfly Champion

Sarah-Louise Paton


 

The Margaret Freney Trophy
Donated to the Club in 2003 in appreciation for her many years of tireless support.

Open Mens
100m Backstroke Champion

Kikai Kobayashi
The Margaret Freney Trophy
Donated to the Club in 2003 in appreciation for her many years of tireless support.

Open Womens
100m Backstroke Champion

Sarah-Louise Paton
Ben and Peter George Memorial Trophy
Donated by Bill George, President of Telopea from 1988 to 1994. Bill and Sue's daughter, Amy, was Club Captain in 1989. Bill George was made a Life Member of the club in 2000.

Open Mens
200m Backstroke Champion

Kikai Kobayashi
Fogarty Family Trophy
Donated by Narelle and Alan Fogarty. Narelle is a Life Member of Telopea and long serving Management Committee Member. Alan was also a valued member of the Management Committee for a number of years.

Open Womens
200m Backstroke Champion

Sarah-Louise Paton
 
Harrex Family Trophy
Donated to the Club in 2000.

Open Mens & Womens
200m Breaststroke Champions

Max Ireland
Sarah-Louise Paton
Bill Baker and Family Trophy
Donated to the Club in 2000. Bill Baker was President of Telopea 1997/98, Vice-President and valued member of the Management Committee for many years. Bill was made a Life Member of the club in 2000.

Open Mens
400m Freestyle Champion

Kikai Kobayashi
Bill Baker and Family Trophy
Donated to the Club in 2000. Bill Baker was President of Telopea 1997/98, Vice-President and valued member of the Management Committee for many years. Bill was made a Life Member of the club in 2000.

Open Womens
400m Freestyle Champion

Sarah-Louise Paton
Maurice McInerny Trophy
Presented by Maurice McInerny in 1973/74 as a Saturday Morning Point Score Trophy for Boys. With the conclusion of Saturday morning swimming when Telopea left the Manuka Pool it was decided to introduce a new award - Club Night Pointscore 12 & Under Boys Champion for the whole of the swimming year.

Club Night Pointscore
12 & Under Boys

Mitchell Nemec
Lloyd Pollard Trophy
First presented to the Club in 1974 for Saturday Morning Point Score Trophy for Girls. Again, with the conclusion of Saturday morning swimming the trophy became the Club Night Pointscore 12 & Under Girls Champion for the whole of the swimming year.

Club Night Pointscore
12 & Under Girls

Claire Warmenhoven
Jim Fraser Memorial Cup
Presented to the Club in 1969/70. Mr Fraser served as the Local Member of Parliament for a considerable period of time. Awarded to the Senior Boy with the highest Club Night Pointscore for the whole of the swimming year.

Club Night Pointscore
Senior Boys

John Warmenhoven
Ingrid & Ian Wells Perpetual Trophy
Ian Wells was a Coach and Office Bearer of Telopea for several years prior to becoming Coach of the Woden Club. Awarded to the Senior Girl with the highest Club Night Pointscore for the whole of the swimming year.

Club Night Pointscore
Senior Girls

Tessa Hadobas
CASC - H Calthorpe Trophy
Men Swimming 1938-39
Won by S. Maugher
The trophy bears the family name now associated with the historic Calthorpe House on Mugga Way in Canberra but at the time they were a local family like any other. This trophy was originally donated to the Canberra ASC during the 1938/39 season and was subsequently donated to Telopea during the 50th Anniversary celebrations.

Winter Pointscore Boys

Huw Warmenhoven
CASC - Sir George Knowles Trophy 1938-39
Won by F. Thomas
This trophy was originally donated to the Canberra ASC during the 1938/39 season and was donated to Telopea at the 50th Anniversary Swimming Carnival held at the Manuka Pool in 1981.

Winter Pointscore Girls

Claire Warmenhoven
Les Barclay Plate
First presented in 1996. Les is currently a Coach of the Club.

Brace Relay


Mitchell Nemec
Patrick Hudson

Barry Newport Trophy
Presented to the Club by Barry Newport in 1975. Barry Newport was the Junior Boy Champion at the Club's first official Championships held during February 1966. He was an outstanding swimmer who represented the Club at Country, State and National levels. He was Club Captain between 1968 and 1972.

Most Consistent Boy

Pavel Cheimardinov
Pam Cass Trophy
Presented to the Club by Pam Cass during the 1974/75 season. Mrs Cass joined the Club in 1967. She was the Club Recorder for several years and was awarded Life Membership in July 1974.

Most Consistent Girl

Emma Fitzgibbon
Canberra Trophy Centre
Most Improved Boy

Richard Hills
Canberra Trophy Centre
Most Improved Girl

Sarah Louise Paton
Freney Family Trophy
The Freney Family has been a part of Telopea as swimmers, parents, office bearers and coaches for over 20 years. Both Peter (Coach) and Margaret are Life Members of the Club.

Most Dedicated in Training

Emma Fitzgibbon
Droop Family Trophy
Presented by the Droop Family in 1980.

Encouragement Award

John Warmenhoven
D Veal & R Adams Trophy
Donated by David Veal and Rosemary Adams, Club Captains of Telopea in 1984.

Junior Encouragement Award

Kirstin Doran
Capital Television Shield
Donated by Capital Television after several of the 12 and under swimmers did a TV commercial for Canberra Milk.

Best Junior Swimmer

Heather Middleton
Cupitt Family Trophy Most Dedicated Junior Swimmer
Stephanie Wise
C Flutter & K Scott-McLean Trophy
Presented to Telopea ASC by Chloe Flutter and K Scott-McLean, past Club Captains.

Long Distance Specialist

Sarah-Louise Paton
Coach’s Trophy
Donated by Peter Freney, Coach of Telopea ASC.

Outstanding Achievement

Sarah-Louise Paton
Captains Trophy for Sportsmanship
The recipient of this award is determined by the Telopea Club Captains.

Sportsmanship

Max Ireland
The Sainsbery Family Trophy           Presented to the Club by the Sainsbery Family.
Outstanding Swimming and Academic Excellence

Kiernan McGill
Hollingworth Trophy
Presented to the Club by Dr Hollingworth.

Significant Contribution
by a Parent

Beth Hawes

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