TROPHIES

This page covers some of the prestigious trophies that have been awarded to athletes over the years. Many more cups and trophies are awarded for the winning of a championship race but the trophies on this page were awarded for athlete of the year, athlete of the championship etc.

 

The lists on this page are incomplete. Research continues and there are other trophies that have been awarded which will be added to this page when they have been fully researched. Any additional information is welcome.

The 'Coronation' (1953) Cup

The cup was donated in 1953 by W.M. Crabbie, Honorary President of the S.A.A.A. to commemorate Coronation year and was originally designed to embrace both track and cross-country seasons. It was awarded annually to the athlete adjudged to be the outstanding athlete of the year. From 1992 and the merger of the S.A.A.A. & S.W.A.A.A. the trophy was open to both men and women.

Year Winner Year Winner Year Winner
1953 Ian Binnie 1971

David Jenkins

1989

Thomas McKean 

1954 Joseph McGhee 1972 David Jenkins 1990

Thomas McKean

1955

Donald Gorrie/

William Piper

1973 Frank Clement 1991  
1956

Graham Everett/

James Paterson

1974 David Jenkins 1992 Liz McColgan
1957

Michael Lindsay

1975 David Jenkins 1993 Yvonne Murray 
1958 Crawford Fairbrother 1976 Christopher Black 1994 Yvonne Murray
1959 Crawford Fairbrother 1977 Christopher Black 1995 Melanie Neef 
1960 Michael Lindsay 1978 Allan Wells 1996  
1961 Crawford Fairbrother 1979 Allan Wells 1997  
1962 Alastair Wood 1980 Allan Wells 1998  
1963 Michael Lindsay 1981

Allan Wells

1999 Sinead Dudgeon
1964

Menzies Campbell/

Fergus Murray

1982 Allan Wells 2000 Angela Mudge 
1965

James Alder/

Menzies Campbell

1983 Allan Wells 2001 Kathy Butler 
1966

James Alder

1984 Bradley McStravick 2002 Lee McConnell 
1967

Ian McCafferty

1985 Thomas McKean 2003  
1968

Lachie Stewart

1986 Thomas McKean 2004  
1969 Ian McCafferty 1987 Jamie Henderson    
1970

Ian Stewart

1988 Brian Whittle    

Crabbie Cup

The Crabbie Cup was presented by George Crabbie in 1914 and was awarded annually to the athlete whose performance in the Scottish Men's Championships was considered to be the most meritorious. From 1992 and the merger of the S.A.A.A. & S.W.A.A.A. the trophy was open to both men and women.

Year Winner Year Winner Year Winner
1914 William Hunter 1949

Alan Paterson

1974

Christopher Black

1919 John Bell 1950 Duncan Clark 1975

Angus McKenzie

1920 James Wilson 1951 Ewan Douglas 1976 Christopher Black
1921 Thomas. Nicolson 1952 Ian Binnie  1977 Richard Williamson
1922

Eric Liddell

Duncan McPhee

1953 Ian Binnie  1978 Ian Gilmour
1923 Eric Liddell 1954 Ian Binnie  1979 Allan Wells
1924 Eric Liddell 1955 Joseph McGhee 1980 Allan Wells
1925 Eric Liddell 1956

Graham Everett

James Paterson

1981 Graham Eggleton
1926 Alexander Smith 1957 James Paterson 1982 Graham Eggleton
1927 Alexander Smith 1958 Graham Everett 1983 Lawrie Spence
1928 George Mitchell 1959

Alastair Wood

1984 Mark McMahon
1929 John Suttie Smith 1960 Michael Hildrey 1985 Kenneth McKay
1930 Robert Sutherland 1961 Crawford Fairbrother 1986 Elliot Bunney
1931 Frederick Reid 1962 Crawford Fairbrother 1987 Craig Duncan
1932 Frederick Reid 1963 Menzies Campbell 1988 Neil Fraser
1933

John Michie

Thomas Riddell

1964

Menzies Campbell

Fergus Murray

1989 Thomas McKean
1934

Robin Murdoch

Alan Hunter

1965

Fergus Murray

Norman Foster

1990 Steve Whyte
1935

Ian Young

James Stothard

1966 Graeme Grant 1991 ?
1936 Robert Graham 1967

Lachie Stewart

1992 Mark Davidson
1937 Samuel Beattie 1968

Gareth Bryan-Jones

Lachie Stewart

1993 Aileen McGillivary
1938 David Young 1969

Gareth Bryan-Jones

Alistair Blamire

1994 Jamie Quarry
1939 John Wilkie 1970 Lachie Stewart 1995 Duncan Mathieson
1946

Alan Paterson

Duncan Clark 

1971

David Jenkins

1996  
1947  Duncan Clark  1972

David Jenkins

   
1948 Alexander McLean 1973

Stewart McCallum

   

The 'D. McNab Robertson' Memorial Trophy

The trophy was donated to the S.A.A.A. in 1952 by the Scottish Marathon Club, in memory of the outstanding Scottish marathon runner Donald McNab Robertson who had died suddenly in 1949. It was awarded annually to the Scottish athlete with the most meritorious performance in long distance road running. From 1992 and the merger of the S.A.A.A. & S.W.A.A.A. the trophy was open to both men and women.

Year Winner Year Winner Year Winner
1952 Charles Robertson 1967

Alastair Wood

1981

John Graham

1953 Joseph McGhee 1968 James Alder 1982

John Graham

1954

Joseph McGhee

1969 James Alder 1983 James Dingwall
1955

Joseph McGhee

1970 James Alder 1984 Donald Macgregor
1956

Joseph McGhee

1971 Alexander Wight 1985 Allister Hutton
1957 Harry Fenion 1972 Donald Macgregor 1986 John Graham 
1958 Alex MacDougall 1973 Donald Macgregor 1987 Lindsay Robertson 
1959 Hugo Fox 1974 Donald Macgregor 1988 Allister Hutton 
1960 Gordon Eadie 1975 Colin Youngson 1989 Allister Hutton
1961 John Kerr 1976 Alexander Keith 1990 Allister Hutton
1962 Alastair Wood 1977

James Dingwall

1991 Donald Ritchie 
1963

Ian Harris

1978 James Dingwall 1992 Liz McColgan
1964

Alastair Wood

1979 Alastair Macfarlane 1993 Liz McColgan 
1965

Alastair Wood

1980 Graham Laing 1994 Trudi Thomson
1966

Gordon Eadie

    1995 Lynn Harding

The 'F. J. Glegg' Memorial Trophy

F. J. Glegg was president of the S.A.A.A. during the Second World War and passed away in 1946. He bequeathed £50 in his will to the S.A.A.A. for a Challenge Trophy. It was awarded annually to the athlete whose performance(s) in the Scottish Junior Men's Championships was considered to be the best. From 1992 and the merger of the S.A.A.A. & S.W.A.A.A. the trophy was open to both men and women.

Year Winner Year Winner Year Winner
1947 Andrew Monaghan 1966

Alexander Stewart

1985

Elliot Bunney

1948 James McAslan 1967

Norman Morrison

Ian Turnbull

1986

Russell Devine

1949

J. N. Black

William Piper

1968

Gordon Rule

John Cherry

1987 Russell Devine
1950 James Johnston 1969 David Wilson 1988 

Duncan Mathieson

Clark Murphy 

1951 John Hendry 1970 Thomas Campbell 1989  Paul Allan
1952

Thomas McNab

C.M. Campbell

1971

David McMeekin

Ronald Macdonald

1990  Eric Scott 
1953 H Edwards 1972 Ian Lutton 1991
1954 Matthew Armour 1973 Hugh Davidson 1992

Alison Grey

1955

Alexander Hannah

1974 Paul Buxton 1993 Lisa Brown 
1956

Robert Weir

1975 Paul Buxton 1994 Sinead Dudgeon 
1957

Graham Fleck

John Waters

1976 Robert Denham 1995 Ross Baillie
1958 David Whyte 1977 Andrew Kerr    
1959

Michael Hildrey

1978 Graham Williamson    
1960

David Stevenson

Francis Dick

1979 Iain Cuthbertson    
1961 Roger Hallett 1980 Paul Mardle    
1962 Peter Nimmo 1981 Paul Mardle    
1963 Norman Foster 1982

John Guthrie

   
1964

Alan Heath

1983 Craig Duncan    
1965

Hugh Baillie

1984 Elliot Bunney    

Bank of Scotland Trophy/TSB Challenge Trophy

This was awarded annually to the athlete whose performance(s) in the Scottish Youth's (Under-17s) Championships was considered to be the bestFrom 1992 and the merger of the S.A.A.A. & S.W.A.A.A. the trophy was open to both men and women.

Year Winner Year Winner Year Winner
1973 Thomas Thomson 1983

Elliot Bunney

1991  
1974 Antoni Tarquini 1984

Russell Devine 

1992 Isabel Linaker  
1976 George Patience 1985 Russell Devine  1993  Julie Robin 
1977 Graham Williamson 1986 George McNeill      1994  Lee McConnell 
1978

Jonathan Stark

1987 David Barnetson  1995  Christopher Carson 
1979 James Dawson 1988 Steven Shaw 1996   
1980  Stuart McPherson  1989 Eric Scott    
1981 Alistair Currie  1990 Chris Edgar

Rory Birbeck

   
1982 Craig Duncan         

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