|2013 / 2014||John Pearce|
|2012 / 2013||John Pearce|
|2011 / 2012||John Pearce & Darren Cotterell|
|2010 / 2011||Darren Cotterell|
|2009 / 2010||Ann Aplin|
|2008 / 2009||Vin Vachher|
|2007 / 2008||David Larman|
|2006 / 2007||Ann Aplin|
|2005 / 2006||Alan Ashment|
|2004 / 2005||John Pearce, Vin Vachher, Willie Whybray, Bernard Buckley, Emile Habib|
|2003 / 2004||John Pearce|
|2002 / 2003||Alan Ashment|
|2001 / 2002||David Larman|
|2000 / 2001||John Pearce|
The David Haddock Cup is an annual event awarded to the player who bids and makes the most slams in the season. The Trophy was donated by Kath Haddock in memory of David.
The competition was held for the first time in the 2000/2001 season.
Points are awarded for bidding and making slams. 1 point for a small slam, 3 points for a grand slam. Both players in the partnership get the points - not just declarer.
All duplicate pairs and teams events can count towards the trophy starting from the AGM and ending the week before the next AGM. The New Year Party is excluded.
Points are awarded only to players who are members of the club at the time of each competition.
The trophy is awarded to the player who has the highest points total from all the qualifying events. In the event of a tie, the trophy will be shared.
As contracts are entered into the scoring program the correct allocation of points for slams will be given.
In the unlikely event that the travellers are lost, the event will not count towards the Cup.