It's A Knockout 1977
British Domestic Series

Presenters: Stuart Hall and Eddie Waring
Referees: Arthur Ellis and Mike Swann
International Referee (Championship Knockout only): Gennaro Olivieri

Games Arranger: Paul Trerise / Designer: Mel Bibby
Producer:
Cecil Korer / Director: Geoff Wilson
A BBC North West Production

GB

It's A Knockout 1977

Heat 1

Event Staged: Sunday 10th April 1977
Venue: Wellesley Park, Halifax, West Yorkshire, England

Transmission:
BBC1 (GB):
Friday 22nd April 1977, 8.00-9.00pm

Teams: Beverley v. Calderdale v. Wakefield

Team Members included:
Beverley - Debra Windass.

Games included: Musical Giants.

Game Results and Standings

Result

 Team

Points

Final Scoreboard

1st
2nd
3rd

 B • Beverley
 W Wakefield
 C Calderdale

28
25
22

Beverley qualified for Jeux Sans Frontières at Marina di Carrara, Italy:
staged on Wednesday 1st June 1977

The Venue

Halifax, West Yorkshire
 

The Barracks in Wellesley Park

 

Wellesley Park is the home of the old barracks in Halifax and the games were staged in front of them.

Returning Teams and Competitors

Beverley team member Debra Windass later returned to It's A Knockout in 1978 and 1979 as a regular scoregirl, made an appearance as a mermaid mascot for the Bridlington and North Wolds team in the 1980 series, and returned to the role of scoregirl once again for Heat 2 of the 1981 series!

Additional Information

Calderdale was created under the Local Government Act of 1972, and includes the towns of Brighouse, Halifax, Hebden Bridge and Todmorden.

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It's A Knockout 1977

Heat 2

Event Staged: Sunday 17th April 1977
Venue: Alexandra Park, Oldham, Greater Manchester, England

Transmission:
BBC1 (GB):
Friday 29th April 1977, 8.00-9.00pm

Teams: Oldham v. Wigan v. Wirral

Team Members included:
Oldham (Full Squad) - Derek Smallwood (Team Manager), Dorothy Emerson (Ladies' Team Manager), Tom Hill (Assistant Team Coach), Diane Cook (Assistant Team Coach), Stephen Andrews, Johnathon Boyce, Michael Cannon, Frank Collinson, Steve Kenney, Alex Kerrigan, Mark McLoughlin, Michael Maloney, Tony Edwards, Don Errock, Eric Fitzsimmons, Ian Hamilton, Warren Hilton, Barry Gordon, Syd Jolley, Nicholas Marrington, Tony Nanyn, Brian Parkinson, Bob Tait, Sheila Antrobus, Lynne Bowden, Carol Driver, Nadia Duda, Karen Halliwell, Ruth Lawson, Fiona Nicholl, Christine Silk, Alison Turner, Jane Welton;
Wigan (Full Team) - John O'Brien, Michael Pilling, Fred Hazeldean, Anthony Moffatt, Ian Boardman, Kevin Sutch, Donald Jenkinson, Michael Sweeney, Billy Higgins, Terry Rimmer, Alan Perry, David Blake, Gillian Mather, Janet Swift, Valerie Rimmer, Mary Martin, Jacqueline Talbot, Kathryn Millar, Pauline Bristow, Diane Greeves, Brian Wallwork;
Wirral - John Oxton (Team Captain).

Game Results and Standings

Result

 Team

Points

1st
2nd
3rd

 O • Oldham
 WL Wirral
 WN • Wigan

28
22
21

Oldham qualified for Jeux Sans Frontières at Évry, France:
staged on Wednesday 15th June 1977

Additional Information

Wirral was created under the Local Government Act of 1972, and includes the towns of Birkenhead, Hoylake, Port Sunlight and Wallasey.

At the time of recording, the venue for the International Heat in France was scheduled to be Lyon in the south of the country. However, due to staging difficulties, this venue was subsequently changed to Évry, located in the north of the country, immediately south of Paris.

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GB

It's A Knockout 1977

Heat 3

Event Staged: Sunday 24th April 1977 from 3.00pm
Venue: Berry Hill Park, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, England

Transmission:
BBC1 (GB):
Friday 6th May 1977, 8.00-9.00pm

Teams: Mansfield v. Macclesfield v. Wirksworth

Team Members included:
Macclesfield -
Alec Collins (Team Manager), Steve Midgelow (Co-Team Coach), Steve Smith (Co-Team Coach), Keith Goalen (Co-Team Coach), Robbie Brightwell (Team Advisor), Elaine Banner, Ann Birtwistle, Ian Booth, Richard Collins, Jen Culshaw, Julie Cunningham, Jennifer Goodwin, Alison Hague, Monica Hanson, Beverley Nolan, Dianne Perrit, Niki Seddon, Shirley Willdig;
Mansfield -
Elizabeth Chambers, Andrew Colclough, Dianne English, Mervyn Flecknoe, Patric A. Goodall, Paul M. Hanson, Alan Hergrave, Mark J. Kruzynski, Rita R. Marsden, Gary J. Orgles, Ian Pitman, Michael Raybould, Mike Ricketts, David B. Smedley, Lynne Soar, Michael Stamp, Geoffrey R. Stockdale, Rosemary Tasker, Jayne Tennant, Judie Thomas, Trevor Thomas, David J. Wilson, Kay Wilson, Glenda D. Williams, Neil Wood, Richard Young;
Wirksworth - Peter Barry, Gladwyn Grafton, Peter Hallows, Philip Marples, Sid Page, Dave Scotthorne, Doug Smith, Steve Whittaker.

Games (Official Titles): Tweedle Run, Wet Walk, Poster Slope, Plod Along, Rollaring, Weight for the Chase, Coal ‘O’, Cake Stretch, Brimfull;
Marathon: Parcel Push;
Reserve Game: Hop to Swop.

Game Results and Standings

Result

 Team

Points

Final Scoreboard

1st
2nd
3rd

 MC • Macclesfield
 MN Mansfield
 W Wirksworth

31
26
17

Macclesfield qualified for Jeux Sans Frontières at Carouge, Switzerland:
staged on Wednesday 29th June 1977

The Games in Detail

Game 1 - Tweedle Run

The first game - ‘Tweedle Run’ - was played by three teams over two heats and involved one male and one female team member from each team, inside Tweedle costumes. All six competitors race from the start line, through straw bales, to the pile of straw in which six balls are hidden. Five balls will be white and one ball will be black. The person finding the black ball is out together with his or her team partner. The remaining four run again in the second heat, this time for three white balls and one black ball to determine the winning team.


Game 2 - Wet Walk

The second game - ‘Wet Walk’ - was played by two teams over two heats and involved one male competitor standing on a dirigible. He is holding a pole with a bucket suspended from the outer end. A female team mate unhooks the bucket and fills it with water from a tub. She replaces it and the man runs along the dirigible to pass the bucket to another girl who, after unhooking it, empties the water into a scoring container. The team with the most water in their container at limit time will be deemed the winning team.


Game 3 - Poster Slope

The third game - 'Poster Slope’ - was played by three teams over three heats and involved a male competitor and a female team mate, who holds a pot of paste and a brush, standing in a single pair of large trousers which have two legs per side. The man collects a section of poster and the pair ascend the ramp. At the summit, the girl pastes the wall. They turn around to allow the man to position the poster. Having done this, they descend to collect another poster section. They both wear gloves to prevent their hands becoming dirty and to guard against cold weather. The team that pastes the greater number of poster sections in the correct order on the wall within limit time wins.


Game 4 - Plod Along

The fourth game - 'Plod Along’ - was played by three teams in a single heat. It involved two male competitors and one female competitor from each team. Two men walk on 'Plodpoles' - a board to stand on with a bean bag under each end, held in place by lines round and through holes in the boards above the bags. The men standing on the board hold these lines in tension. At one end of the course, the girl places a ball into the net that runs between them and in this way they 'plodpolate' their way down the course, deftly tipping the ball off into a container at the opposite end. The girl replaces the ball if it falls off on the course. The team that collects the most balls within limit time will win the game.


Game 5 - Rollaring

The fifth game - 'Rollaring’ - was played by three teams in a single heat. It involved two male competitors and one female competitor from each team. The female team member is positioned on top of a drum whjich is worked down the course by two men who stand inside it. The quickest team will win the game.


Game 6 - Weight for the Chase

The sixth game - 'Weight for the Chase’ - was played by two teams over two heats. It involved one male competitor, and from the opposing team, one male competitor and a female competitor. One man rides a tricycle between a series of weighty objects, gradually collectingthem in a trailer towed behind his bike. At a specific point in the game (either after a given time or once the man has reached a particular point down the course) the opposing team may start. They have one man in a Giant costume, and he cannot see out of it. Therefore, a girl from his team with a loud hailer directs him down the course to chase the man on the tricycle. When the giant stops him, the game finishes and the objects are counted. The team with the most objects collected will win the game.


Game 7 - Coal 'O'

The seventh game - 'Coal 'O' ’ - was played by three teams over three heats. It involved two male competitors and a female team mate. Two men wearing miners' boots, with each foot linked together, collect sacks of coal from their female team mate and deliver it to a box at the end of the course, each time going under a hoop. The team delivering the greatest number of sacks within limit time wins.


Game 8 - Cake Stretch

The eighth game - 'Cake Stretch’ - was played by two teams over two heats. It involved one male competitors and one female competitor from each team. One man on an elastic line collects a number of inner tubes to place over a girl who stands on a disc holding a ball up. When she is obscured by tubes with only the ball showing through the top tube the 'cake' is completed. The quickest team to complete the cake will win the game.


Marathon - Parcel Push

The Marathon game - 'Parcel Push’ - involved two male competitors and one female competitor from each team. Two men and two girls each collect parcels and throw them one at a time onto a canvas strip fixed above the ground. By jumping up and hitting the canvas they bounce the parcels forwards to the angled net at the end of which the parcel must go before falling into the scoring box. The team with the most parcels in the score box at limit time will win.


Game 9 - Brimfull

The ninth game - 'Brimfull’ - was played by three teams in a single heat. It involved one male and one female competitor from each team. One man fills a special hat with water from a tub and places it on the head of a girl sitting in a wheelbarrow which he pushes down the course. Once over a line the girl climbs out, unassisted by the man, and empties the water in her hat into a scoring container. She climbs back in to the wheelbarrow and he pushes her back to collect more water. The team with the greatest amount of water in their container at limit time will win the game.


Reserve Game - Hop to Swop

The reserve game - 'Hop to Swop’ - was available to be played in the event of a games failure. The game was designed for two team members from each team, one male and one female. One man in a sack hops from a line to a girl standing on a disc. He climbs out of the sack. She climbs in to replace him and hops back over the line. The quickest team wins.

Memories of IAK

Mansfield team member David Wilson was interviewed in March 2012 about his participation in this Domestic Heat by the Mansfield and Ashfield Chad. Wilson, a former Nottinghamshire Police Officer, met his future wife Jayne at the contest and recalled that his involvement began with his responding to an advert in the Chad local newspaper. "It asked for people who were interested in appearing in It's A Knockout to attend a training session at Meden Sports Centre. Around five hundred people turned up on the first day and we were put through our paces. The number were gradually whittled down and around twelve people made the final team." David and Jayne's romance was not the only one that can be dated back to the event, as another competitor ended up marrying one of the cheerleaders!

Returning Teams and Competitors

Macclesfield team advisor Robbie Brightwell had previously participated with his wife Ann (née Packer) as team members of the successful Congleton team when they participated in the 1972 series of the programme. Both had been medal winners at the 1964 Olympic Games staged in Tokyo.

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GB

It's A Knockout 1977

Heat 4

Event Staged: Sunday 1st May 1977
Venue: Pembroke Castle, Pembroke, Dyfed, Wales

Transmission:
BBC1 (GB):
Friday 13th May 1977, 8.00-9.00pm

Teams: Pembroke v. Tenby v. Cwmbran

Team Members included:
Pembroke -
Dai Boswell.

Game Results and Standings

Result

 Team

Points

1st
2nd
3rd

 C • Cwmbran
 P Pembroke
 T Tenby

26
25
24

Cwmbran qualified for Jeux Sans Frontières at Ludwigsburg, West Germany:
staged on Wednesday 13th July 1977

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GB

It's A Knockout 1977

Heat 5

Event Staged: Sunday 8th May 1977
Venue: London Road Recreation Ground, Camberley, Surrey, England

Transmission:
BBC1 (GB):
Friday 20th May 1977, 8.00-9.00pm

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Teams: Basingstoke v. Surrey Heath v. Windsor and Maidenhead

Team Members (Full Squads):
Basingstoke -
Paul Tierney (Team Captain), Sandy Smith (Ladies' Team Captain), Tony Smith (Deputy Team Captain / Trainer), Leroy Angel, Colin Barton, Dennis Bray, Doug Burnett, Jacky Byng, Don Coles, Laurie Collyer, Ian Dawson, Babs Dolling, Christopher Gibbs, Dawn Harrison, Alan Hazzard, Vanessa Johnson, Brian Kidston, Mark Mackrill, Keith Rossiter and Sue Stinchcombe;
Surrey Heath - Henry Hutchinson (Team Captain / Trainer), Roy Cannings, David Coates, Susanne Coates, Pauline Coker, Laura Cowley, John Elcock, Mark Francis, John Hatto, Graham Hinton, June Hughes, Grant Jamieson, Christopher Joel, Patricia Lath, Frances Leppard, John Lawes, Ingrid Moore, Alan Smith, Graham Taylor and Paul Wiltshire;
Windsor and Maidenhead - Mike Revill (Team Captain), Anne Divall (Ladies' Team Captain), Dave Barlow, Roger Bowden, Debbie Cronshaw, Jackie Eaton, Jane Finlan, Michelle Greene, Tony Greene, Emma James, Barry Mason, Chris Morrell, John Mumford, Jo Oakley, Jean-Pierre Poissonet, John Randell, Nigel Smith, Suk Sohal, Christine Sturrock and Mike Wakefield.

Games: Supermarket, Two for Tea, Gigantic Chase, Jump Bucket, Truck Trip, Hopalong Carpeting, Friendly Feet, Giant Jigsaw and Coin Caper;
Marathon: Jump Up;
Reserve Game: Hop to Swop

Game Results and Standings

Result

 Team

Points

Final Scoreboard

1st
2nd
3rd

 W+M • Windsor and Maidenhead
 B • Basingstoke
 S • Surrey Heath

31
25
15

Windsor and Maidenhead qualified for Jeux Sans Frontières at Windsor, Great Britain:
staged on Tuesday 26th July 1977

The Venue

Camberley, Surrey
 

The small enclosed London Road Recreation Ground
in Camberley dates back to 1898

 

Surrey Heath and Windsor and Maidenhead were both created under the Local Government Act 1972. Surrey Heath includes the towns of Camberley, Frimley and Frimley Green. Windsor and Maidenhead includes the towns of Ascot, Eton, Maidenhead and Windsor.

Additional Information

The recording of the It's A Knockout domestic series would take a break for one week after this competition to allow for the staging of the 1977 It's A Cup Final Knockout at South Liverpool F.C., Holly Park in Liverpool.

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GB

It's A Knockout 1977

Heat 6

Event Staged: Sunday 22nd May 1977
Venue: Westminster Lodge Sports Arena, St. Albans, Hertfordshire, England

Transmission:
BBC1 (GB):
Friday 27th May 1977, 8.00-9.00pm

Teams: Southend-on-Sea v. St. Albans v. Wandsworth

Team Members included:
St. Albans -
Howard Darber (Team Manager), Tony Smith (Team Captain), Brian Barfoot, Jo Bentley, Andy Harris, Mick Luckhurst, Steve Mizsei, Judi Nardi, Ann Parmenter, Kevin Pickering, Janet Sawyer, Bill Whittlesea, Stuart West; Other Squad Members: Nichola Cooke, Tessa Flaherty, Mandy Jones, Helen Martin, William McKenna, Ashley Wood;
Southend-on-Sea - Peter Bailey, Mike Davison, Lois Gill, Andrew Lagden, Irene Millington, Debbie Newton, Leonard Todge, Alistair West, Martin Wilcox;
Wandsworth - Brian Anderson, Nola Audway, Elaine Gant, Diane Ireland, Mark Pink, Jim Preston.

Games included: The Sack Race (Tie-breaker).

Game Results and Standings

Result

 Team

Points

Final Scoreboard

1st
2nd
3rd

 S • Southend-on-Sea
 A St. Albans
 W Wandsworth

25 (28)
25 (27)
24

Southend-on-Sea qualified for Jeux Sans Frontières at Antwerpen, Belgium:
staged on Wednesday 10th August 1977

The Venue

St Albans, Hertfordshire

The venue for this heat was used again as the location for the 1979 British International Heat. It was also used for the final (recorded) domestic heat and for the British Championship, when Channel 5 resurrected the show in 1999.

Returning Teams and Competitors

Tony Smith ran and captained the St. Albans side this year and in 1979. He also ran the BBC Demo Team for the 1977 Jeux Sans Frontières event at Windsor. Tony also played for Stevenage in 1978 and assisted the Hertsmere and Welwyn Garden teams in, respectively, the 1980 and 1981 seasons. Tony's long association with the series hit new heights in 1999 when he was employed by Ronin Entertainment as Course Referee on the Channel 5 It's A Knockout in 1999 and 2000.

St Albans team member Mick Luckhurst was pupil of St Columbia's College, St. Albans, and was taught by team captain Tony Smith, who was a PE teacher at the college. Luckhurst later become a famous kicker for the Atlanta Falcons, for whom he played in seven NFL seasons. When British broadcaster Channel 4 transmitted NFL games, Mick was employed by them as a presenter.

St Albans team member Steve Mizsei had previously represented Luton in the 1972 domestic and international competitions. Steve, along with Judi Nardi, would go on to compete for Stevenage in 1978 and return for St. Albans in 1979. The pair are pictured, left, winning one of the games in this Domestic Heat for the St. Albans team on the Westminster Lodge turf. Fellow St. Albans team member Stuart West would go on to represent Welwyn Garden City in 1981.

Additional Information

At the end of normal competition, St Albans and Southend-on-Sea were tied at 25 points each. A tie-break game - a sack race - was staged, in which St Albans squandered a flying start and Southend-on-Sea came through to win. The scoreboard at the end showed Southend with 28 points and St. Albans 27. St Albans team member Judi Nardi was involved in three consecutive 'sack race' tie breakers. In this heat, she and Kevin Pickering lost out to Southend; for Stevenage in 1978, Judy and Steve Mizsei won against Hemel Hempstead and later that year, she and Steve lost a tie breaker to Sandwell in the Championship Knockout.

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It's A Knockout 1977

Heat 7

Event Staged: Sunday 29th May 1977 from 3.30pm
Venue: Crawley Sports Centre, Crawley, West Sussex, England

Transmission:
BBC1 (GB):
Friday 3rd June 1977, 8.00-9.00pm

Teams: Crawley v. Dartford v. Maidstone

Team Members included:
Crawley - Jackie Dawson, Margaret Salter, Simon Taylor;
Dartford - John Dyer (Team Manager), Len Morris (Team Trainer), John Beckford, Graham Colman, Edward Day, Michael Dyer, Tracey Hoile, Anthony Howatt, Pat Larmour, Valerie Nicholls, Christine Torsey, Janet Young.

Game Results and Standings

Result

 Team

Points

1st
2nd
3rd

 C • Crawley
 D Dartford
 M Maidstone

27
24
22

Crawley qualified for Jeux Sans Frontières at Doetinchem, Netherlands:
staged on Wednesday 24th August 1977

Additional Information

At the end of the competition, British World Champion boxer, Alan Minter presented the winning team, Crawley with the trophy. Crawley's team mascot was a large kangaroo which had Alan Minter’s boxing glove attached to the end of its tail.

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Teams Qualifying for Domestic Final

Team Colour

 Team Qualifying Heat / International Destination Position Points
B  Beverley 1 I 1 28
CR

 Crawley

7 NL 1 27
CW

 Cwmbran

4 D 1 26
M  Macclesfield 3 CH 1 31
O

 Oldham

2 F 1 28
S  Southend-on-Sea 6 B 1 28
WM  Windsor and Maidenhead 5 GB 1 31
 

GB

It's A Championship Knockout 1977

Domestic Final

Event Staged: Sunday 19th June 1977
Venue: Arena North, Park Hall, Charnock Richard, Lancashire, England

Transmission:
BBC1 Wales (CYM):
Sunday 4th September 1977, 1.55-3.10pm

BBC1 (GB exc. Wales): Wednesday 7th September 1977, 6.50-8.05pm

Guest Stars: Entertainer Frankie Vaughan and his son, Andrew

Theme: Domestic Re-run

Teams: Beverley v. Crawley v. Cwmbran v. Macclesfield v. Oldham v. Southend-on-Sea v. Windsor and Maidenhead

Team Members included:
Beverley - Debra Windass;
Crawley - Jackie Dawson, Margaret Salter, Simon Taylor;
Macclesfield - Alec Collins (Team Manager), Steve Midgelow (Co-Team Coach), Steve Smith (Co-Team Coach), Keith Goalen (Co-Team Coach), Robbie Brightwell (Team Advisor), Elaine Banner, Ann Birtwistle, Ian Booth, Richard Collins, Jen Culshaw, Julie Cunningham, Jennifer Goodwin, Alison Hague, Monica Hanson, Beverley Nolan, Dianne Perrit, Niki Seddon, Shirley Willdig;
Oldham (Full Squad)-
Derek Smallwood (Team Manager), Dorothy Emerson (Ladies' Team Manager), Tom Hill (Assistant Team Coach), Diane Cook (Assistant Team Coach), Stephen Andrews, Johnathon Boyce, Michael Cannon, Frank Collinson, Steve Kenney, Alex Kerrigan, Mark McLoughlin, Michael Maloney, Tony Edwards, Don Errock, Eric Fitzsimmons, Ian Hamilton, Warren Hilton, Barry Gordon, Syd Jolley, Nicholas Marrington, Tony Nanyn, Brian Parkinson, Bob Tait, Sheila Antrobus, Lynne Bowden, Carol Driver, Nadia Duda, Karen Halliwell, Ruth Lawson, Fiona Nicholl, Christine Silk, Alison Turner, Jane Welton;
Southend-on-Sea - Peter Bailey, Mike Davison, Lois Gill, Andrew Lagden, Irene Millington, Debbie Newton, Leonard Todge, Alistair West, Martin Wilcox;
Windsor and Maidenhead - Mike Revill (Team Captain), Anne Divall (Ladies' Team Captain), Dave Barlow, Roger Bowden, Debbie Cronshaw, Jackie Eaton, Jane Finlan, Michelle Greene, Tony Greene, Emma James, Barry Mason, Chris Morrell, John Mumford, Jo Oakley, Jean-Pierre Poissonet, John Randell, Nigel Smith, Suk Sohal, Christine Sturrock and Mike Wakefield.

Games: Catching the Pollen, Crossing the Pool, Barrel Roll, Jumping the Gap, Balancing the Glasses, Ski Race, Collecting Footballs and The Golden Eggs;
Marathon: Picking the Cherries.

Game Results and Standings

Games

Team/
Colour
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 MAR 8
Points Scored
(Joker games shown in red)
B 3 10 2 3 3 --- 6 3 7
CR 1 3 6 1 3 12 --- 4 5
CW 5 2 1 2 --- 8 4 3 3
M --- 6 5 12 6 3 1 7 6
O 6 --- 4 5 4 5 10 1 1
S 4 1 3 --- 1 1 6 5 4
WM 2 4 --- 8 5 2 2 7 2
Running Totals
(Leading teams shown in red)
B 3 13 15 18 21 21 27 30 37
CR 1 4 10 11 14 26 26 30 35
CW 5 7 8 10 10 18 22 25 28
M 0 6 11 23 29 32 33 40 46
O 6 6 10 15 19 24 34 35 36
S 4 5 8 8 9 10 16 21 25
WM 2 6 6 14 19 21 23 30 32

Result

 Team

Points

Final Scoreboard

1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
6th
7th

 M • Macclesfield
 B Beverley
 O Oldham
 CR Crawley
 WM Windsor and Maidenhead
 CW Cwmbran
 S Southend-on-Sea

46
37
36
35
32
28
25

The Windsor and Maidenhead score was shown incorrectly as 31pts
in the programme and should be 32pts

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