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VK Shires Contest

VK SHIRES QSO PARTY

Contest Manager

Managers position is open

2018 Manager will again be VK4TS Trent



From 2018 the VK Shires is an official WIA Contest and will count towards the Peter Brown Contest Champion Awards.


Contest Introduction

ALL HF Bands available to Standard licencees -
Modes are SSB and CW and stations can be worked once on each mode.

ROVER stations as well as portable entries make up part of the character of the VK Shires as well as the timing to take place over an East Coast Long Weekend.(Queens Birthday)

LOGS ARE ONLY ACCEPTED IN CABRILLO FORMAT

Aim Of The Contest

The objectives of this contest are for amateurs around the world to contact as many VK shires as possible in the contest period.

VK amateurs are to work the world including VK, whilst the rest of the world can only work VK.

This Years Winners

2018 VK SHIRES Summary of Cabrillo Results scores

Call Contest Score Category
--------------------------------------------------------
VK5LJ VK SHIRES 30804 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK3XV VK SHIRES 18176 VK SINGLE-OP ALL ROVER
VK2AZ VK SHIRES 16950 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK2MT VK SHIRES 13886 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK3VH VK SHIRES 11938 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK3OHM VK SHIRES 10962 VK SINGLE-OP ALL ROVER
VK7QP VK SHIRES 9918 VK SINGLE-OP ALL ROVER
VK3ANL VK SHIRES 8910 VK SINGLE-OP ALL ROVER
VK4QH VKSHIRES 6612 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
ZL2AYZ VK SHIRES 6375 DX SINGLE-OP ALL
VK5PAS VK SHIRES 6237 VK SINGLE-OP ALL ROVER
VK2BBQ VK SHIRES 5976 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK2KDP VK SHIRES 4836 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK3GB VK SHIRES 3774 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK7JGD VK SHIRES 3120 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK2YE VK SHIRES 2914 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK2MTM VK SHIRES 2107 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK2QN VK SHIRES 2009 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK3WMM VK SHIRES 1974 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK3ZPF VK SHIRES 1935 VK SINGLE-OP ALL ROVER
VK3GK VK SHIRES 1720 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK2KJJ VK SHIRES 1716 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK5MK VK SHIRES 1634 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK3FXBR VK SHIRES 1404 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK2TTL VK SHIRES 1295 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK2LEE VK SHIRES 1258 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK5FMAZ VK SHIRES 899 VK SINGLE-OP ALL ROVER
VK6MN VK SHIRES 728 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK3BMT VK SHIRES 675 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK5DT VK SHIRES 675 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK6WK VK SHIRES 441 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
ZL2RX VK SHIRES 418 DX SINGLE-OP ALL
VK3FLCS VK SHIRES 196 VK SINGLE-OP ALL FOUNDATION
VK8GM VK SHIRES 192 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK5SFA VK SHIRES 182 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK2BOZ VK SHIRES 169 VK MULTI-TWO ALL

VK2JDR VK SHIRES 144 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK3FXMB VK SHIRES 144 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
ZL1TM VK SHIRES 143 DX SINGLE-OP ALL
VK6QM VK SHIRES 132 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK2DEK VK SHIRES 110 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK3LTL VK SHIRES 81 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK3FCMA VK SHIRES 81 VK SINGLE-OP ALL FOUNDATION
VK5UE VK SHIRES 81 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK7DW VK SHIRES 64 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK6POP VK SHIRES 36 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK7KT VK SHIRES 25 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK7CW VK SHIRES 16 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK5FSCD VK SHIRES 16 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK4QM VK SHIRES 9 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK6FGGL VK SHIRES 4 VK SINGLE-OP ALL FOUNDATION
VK4GXM VK SHIRES 1 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
W5TM VK-SHIRES 1 DX SINGLE-OP ALL
VK6BEK VK SHIRES 1 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK6FLAB VK SHIRES 1 VK SINGLE-OP ALL

Previous Years Winners

VK SHIRES 2017 RESULTS

Contest has been and gone again and the logs all came in – This year we have new champions in all categories

Single Op All Band

John VK5PO managed to scrap up an amazing 300+ QSOs for a corrected score of 61,800 this was way ahead of second place getter Shaun VK3VH with a creditable 15,900 and third place getter Lawrie VK5LJ finishing off the top three with 8440

Rover Stations

Very little split the top Rover stations, thanks for making the effort guys
In the end it was Tony VK3XV 31,486 who pipped Paul VK5PAS 30,060 for the honours

Multi 2

VK2VVV team of Ross VK2VVV and Glen VK2FGLH with a score of 8610 were the guns in the multi operator category.

Foundation Award

VK4FMAX was the top dog Foundation this year and Mark wont be doing a repeat because he has upgraded to Advanced – well done on both counts Mark

DX Stations

ZL2AYZ was our best dx station this year with 9630 points.


Belated Congratulations

For some reason the 2016 log checking software did not like the log forwarded by Onno VK6FLAB in 2016. After checking the log file he was actually first Rover an amazing effort. Thank you Onno – Most Shires ever activated in the contest.


http://www.vkcc.com/2017/07/11/vk-shires-2017-results/

Contest History

The VK Shires evolved from the VK4 Shires Contest, the Jack Files and took the concept to all states.

Upcoming Contest Date & Time

The VK SHIRES is always held on the June long weekend, which is the weekend prior to the second Monday of June each year..

In 2018 this will be the 9th and 10th of June.

Contest Rules

Contest Rules

VK SHIRES QSO PARTY

Held the weekend prior to the second Monday of June every year.

Starts: 06.00 UTC Saturday,
Ends: 06.00 UTC Sunday,
I. Contest Period: 24 hours for all stations, all categories.
II. Objectives: The objectives of this contest are for amateurs around the world to contact as many VK shires as possible in the contest period. IE. VK amateurs are to work the world including VK, whilst the rest of the world can only work VK
III.
A) Bands:. 80 Metres 3.500 - 3.700 MHz, 40 Metres 7.000 - 7.250 MHz, 20 Metres 14.000 - 14.300 MHz, 15 Metres 21.000 - 21.350 MHz, 10 Metres 28.000 - 28.600 MHz. Please note there is no 75m dx window permitted for VK stations which means the rest of the world can operate above 3.700 mhz. ie. split operation
B) Modes: SSB and CW only
IV. Class of Competition:
For all categories:
Transmitters and receivers for a fixed station must be located within a 500 meter diameter circle or within the property limits of the station licensee’s address, whichever is greater.
If you are a member of a multi op team you can not partake in the contest as an individual in any way. Please note that you are permitted to have up to two transmitted signals going simultaneously.
All contest operation must be within operator’s licence restrictions and conditions, eg power output, bands used, etc.
Single OP stations are only permitted one transmitted signal at a time.

No operator is permitted to use more than one callsign for the entirety of the contest.

A Rover station is a VK station who goes either portable or mobile for the entirety of the contest and activates more than one shire.

To be considered as a roving station you must activate a minimum of 2 shires.

The Rover who moves into a new SHIRE may count the same MULTIPLIER more than once per band as long as the Rover is in a new SHIRE location. Such change in location must be clearly indicated in the log.

IE. A Rover station becomes a new QSO to the stations working them when that STATION changes SHIRE locator.

Please note that in all categories below you may change band and mode as often as you like. You may also work the same station multiple consecutive bands/modes one behind the other. EG work VK4XX on 20m SSB then qsy to 15m CW then qsy to 80m CW then qsy to 40m SSB etc

1. VK Single – OP All Band Rover: Single operator(s) must do all contest related things by themself.
2. VK Multi – Two All Band Rover : Is 2 or more operators with maximum of two transmitted signals at any one time. This category MUST USE Software CONTEST LOGGERS. All operators must be fully listed when the log is submitted.
3. VK Single Op All Band….. same conditions as number 1 above
4. VK Multi – Two All Band…. same conditions as number 2 above
5. VK Single Op Foundation: Is a VK foundation licensee who must do all contest related things by themself..
6. DX Single Op—All Band….. Is a single op who must do all contest related things by themself..

V. Exchange: All VK operators to exchange callsign, RST followed by the VK shire abbreviation as per the official list provided . EG…… VK4XX ……59BU4 or 599BU4
Stations outside VK to exchange callsign, RST followed by CQ ZONE.
EG. ZL1AMO 5932 or 59932

VI. Multipliers: For stations outside VK : The multiplier is the number of different VK shires worked per band. A “VK shire” is counted once per band per mode. IE. If you work it on SSB it can be counted again on CW .To enter the contest you must have worked at least one VK Shire –
VII. For VK Stations: The multiplier is each VK shire worked per band and mode as above as well as each CQ Zone worked per band and mode .
VIII. NB. VARIATION FOR ROVER STATIONS. ROVERS CAN REWORK FROM MULTIPLE LOCATIONS

IX: You must have fun in the contest - the reward is a PDF file not a sheep station.

X. JUDGING:

The Contest Committee is responsible for checking and adjudicating the contest entries. Entrants are expected to follow the rules and best amateur radio practices. Violation of the rules of the contest or unsportsmanlike conduct may lead to disciplinary action by the Committee.

Unsportsmanlike Conduct: Examples of unsportsmanlike conduct include, but are not limited to:

Arranging or confirming any contacts during or after the contest by use of ANY non-amateur radio means such as telephones, Internet, instant messaging, chat rooms, VoIP, email, social media or web sites.
Transmissions by the entrant on frequencies outside of license limitations.
Changing times in the log to meet band change or off time rules.
Taking credit for excessive unverifiable QSOs or unverifiable multipliers.
Signals with excessive bandwidth (e.g., splatter, clicks) or harmonics on other bands.
Running stations not identifying in a timely manner (i.e., 1 minute).
Use of Tag along operation where a restricted number of stations are contacted.

XI. Disciplinary Actions: In the event of a violation, the entrant is subject to disqualification at the discretion of the Committee.

Disqualified entries will be listed at the end of the published results and are not eligible for an award.
Notification of Committee actions will be sent by email to the address provided with the log submission. The entrant has five days to appeal the decision to the Contest Director. After that time the decision is final.
The Committee reserves the right to change the category of any entry based on its examination of the log or other information.

Contest Scoring

One (1) point per QSO. Phone and CW can be worked on each band with the same station.

Multiply total QSO points times total number of multipliers worked ( ie. If you worked 33 on 80m, 43 on 40m , 16 on 20m, 21 on 15m and 5 on 10m that would be a total of 118)

Example 1. VK4XX works stations as follows:
600 qsos x 1 point = 600 points
118 vk shires worked + 35 cq zones worked = 153
600 x 153= 91,800
VK4XX final score is 91,800

Example 2. ZL1AMO works stations as follows:
700 QSOs with VK amateurs x 1 point = 700
118 VK shires work
700 x 118 = 82,600
Zl1AMO final score is 82,600

Submitting Your Log

LOGS ARE ONLY ACCEPTED IN CABRILLO FORMAT

Log Submissions: Log entries must be submitted by July 1st to be eligible for awards. Submit your electronic log in the Cabrillo format created by all major logging programs.

Send via e-mail attachment to;

vkshires-logs@outlook.com

You will receive a auto reply, this will save confusion as to if logs had been sent and received.

Subject line: Callsign [used in the contest] only.
VK entrants are reminded to be sure their log indicates their VK shire location. If you go portable or mobile the log must clearly define where you changed location.

Computer-generated logs must be e-submitted. Callsigns of electronic logs received are posted and updated regularly on the website.

Contest Results

2018 VK SHIRES Summary of Cabrillo Results scores

Call Contest Score Category
--------------------------------------------------------
VK5LJ VK SHIRES 30804 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK3XV VK SHIRES 18176 VK SINGLE-OP ALL ROVER
VK2AZ VK SHIRES 16950 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK2MT VK SHIRES 13886 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK3VH VK SHIRES 11938 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK3OHM VK SHIRES 10962 VK SINGLE-OP ALL ROVER
VK7QP VK SHIRES 9918 VK SINGLE-OP ALL ROVER
VK3ANL VK SHIRES 8910 VK SINGLE-OP ALL ROVER
VK4QH VKSHIRES 6612 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
ZL2AYZ VK SHIRES 6375 DX SINGLE-OP ALL
VK5PAS VK SHIRES 6237 VK SINGLE-OP ALL ROVER
VK2BBQ VK SHIRES 5976 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK2KDP VK SHIRES 4836 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK3GB VK SHIRES 3774 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK7JGD VK SHIRES 3120 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK2YE VK SHIRES 2914 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK2MTM VK SHIRES 2107 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK2QN VK SHIRES 2009 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK3WMM VK SHIRES 1974 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK3ZPF VK SHIRES 1935 VK SINGLE-OP ALL ROVER
VK3GK VK SHIRES 1720 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK2KJJ VK SHIRES 1716 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK5MK VK SHIRES 1634 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK3FXBR VK SHIRES 1404 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK2TTL VK SHIRES 1295 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK2LEE VK SHIRES 1258 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK5FMAZ VK SHIRES 899 VK SINGLE-OP ALL ROVER
VK6MN VK SHIRES 728 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK3BMT VK SHIRES 675 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK5DT VK SHIRES 675 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK6WK VK SHIRES 441 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
ZL2RX VK SHIRES 418 DX SINGLE-OP ALL
VK3FLCS VK SHIRES 196 VK SINGLE-OP ALL FOUNDATION
VK8GM VK SHIRES 192 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK5SFA VK SHIRES 182 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK2BOZ VK SHIRES 169 VK MULTI-TWO ALL

VK2JDR VK SHIRES 144 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK3FXMB VK SHIRES 144 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
ZL1TM VK SHIRES 143 DX SINGLE-OP ALL
VK6QM VK SHIRES 132 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK2DEK VK SHIRES 110 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK3LTL VK SHIRES 81 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK3FCMA VK SHIRES 81 VK SINGLE-OP ALL FOUNDATION
VK5UE VK SHIRES 81 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK7DW VK SHIRES 64 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK6POP VK SHIRES 36 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK7KT VK SHIRES 25 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK7CW VK SHIRES 16 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK5FSCD VK SHIRES 16 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK4QM VK SHIRES 9 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK6FGGL VK SHIRES 4 VK SINGLE-OP ALL FOUNDATION
VK4GXM VK SHIRES 1 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
W5TM VK-SHIRES 1 DX SINGLE-OP ALL
VK6BEK VK SHIRES 1 VK SINGLE-OP ALL
VK6FLAB VK SHIRES 1 VK SINGLE-OP ALL

Contest Award

2018 VKSHIRES All SoapBox

vk2az.log
SOAPBOX: TOUGH GOING. POOR TURN OUT, PARTICULARLY ON CW.
SOAPBOX: HAD FUN THOUGH, WHICH IS WHAT IT'S ALL ABOUT.
SOAPBOX: FT102 - 180W, IC-7100 - 100W, WIRE DIPOLES.

vk2bbq.log
SOAPBOX: THANK YOU ONCE MORE TO THE ORGANISERS OF THIS CONTEST FOR ALL THE DILLIGENT
SOAPBOX: HOURS SPENT!
SOAPBOX: SHIRE - UL2 UPPER LACHLAN ONLY, OPERATING PORTABLE FROM QF45QT JUNCTION POINT VIA BINDA AND CROOKWELL.

vk2boz.log
SOAPBOX: VK2BOZ - CRIS
SOAPBOX: VK2FMIA - DOUG

vk2kdp.log
SOAPBOX: REALLY NEED TO THINK ABOUT THIS CONTEST AND WHAT CAN BE DONE TO GET MORE LIFE IN
SOAPBOX: WITH THE CURRENT NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS, IT IS NOT WORTH A 24 HR CONTEST.
SOAPBOX: I EVEN STRUGGLED WITH CONTACTS IN THE FIRST 1.5 HRS OF IT.

vk2lee.log
SOAPBOX: CONTEST IS TOO LONG IN ITS PRESENT FORMAT. IF POSSIBLE, ABLE
SOAPBOX: TO WORK IN 3 HOUR [OR 2 OR 4] BLOCKS WOULD MAKE ALL THE
SOAPBOX: DIFFERENCE. EVERYONE I SPOKE TO AGREED. CONTACTS WERE
SOAPBOX: FAR AND FEW BETWEEN AND CONDITIONS DIDN'T HELP. VK2LEE

vk2mt.log
SOAPBOX: CAMPED ON A FARM BETWEEN GRENFELL & COWRA.
SOAPBOX: COLD, WINDY & RAINING FOR MOST OF THE WEEKEND.
SOAPBOX: BETWEEN SITTING AROUND THE CAMPFIRE TO KEEP WARM,
SOAPBOX: FIRED-UP THE RADIO FOR THE CONTEST.
SOAPBOX: EQPT: IC-706MK2G 12V SOLAR POWERED WITH G5RV ON A 10M SQUID POLE.

vk2qn.log
SOAPBOX: MY FIRST VK SHIRES CONTEST.
SOAPBOX: LOTS OF FUN.
SOAPBOX: I WILL DEFINITELY BE PARTICIPATING IN NEXT YEAR'S CONTEST.

vk2ttl.log
SOAPBOX: CONTESTED ON SUNDAY ONLY. CONDISTIONS FAIRLY VARIABLE ON 40M BUT
SOAPBOX: SLOWLY IMPROVED DURING THE LATE AFTERNOON. 20M A FEW GOOD CONTATCTS
SOAPBOX: AROUND THAT BOTHERED VK6 VK7 ZL.
SOAPBOX: THAMKS FOR THE CONTEST .

vk3anl.log
SOAPBOX: THANKS ORGANISERS! YOUR EFFORTS ARE APPRECIATED.
SOAPBOX: I HAD FUN.
SOAPBOX: LOUSY PROPAGATION ON SATURDAY EVENING AND SUNDAY MORNING.
SOAPBOX: SEEMED TO BE NOT SO MANY CONTESTANTS THIS YEAR.

vk3flcs.log
SOAPBOX: FIRST TIME IN THIS CONTEST. FOUND CONDITIONS HARD GOING,
SOAPBOX: ALSO A NOISY BAND TO CONTEND WITH (ONLY 40 & 15M AT MY QTH).
SOAPBOX: WILL ENTER AS A ROVER STATION NEXT YEAR. ENJOYED THE CONTEST ALL THE SAME.

vk3gk.log
SOAPBOX: A BIT SLOW SATURDAY NIGHT...LOTS OF LAST MINUTE ACTIVITY SUNDAY ARVO.

vk3ltl.log
SOAPBOX: CQ€™S WITH MY SHIRE BUT OFFICIALLY WASN€™T CONTESTING AS SUCH, IS MY LOG
SOAPBOX: REQUIRED FOR CONTESTING STATIONS TO RECEIVE THEIR POINTS? I COULD SUBMIT PAPER
SOAPBOX: BUT THAT DOESN€™T SEEM TO BE ACCEPTABLE AND I€™M HOPELESS WITH ELECTRONIC
SOAPBOX: LOGGING SOFTWARE LIKE VKCL. HOW€™S IT WORK IN MY SITUATION? IT€™S QUITE
SOAPBOX: POSSIBLE I WAS THE ONLY OPERATOR IN MZ3....VK3LTL

vk3zpf.log
SOAPBOX: FIRST VK SHIRES CONTEST USING VK PORT-A-LOG - CONTEST

vk5fmaz.log
SOAPBOX: PORTABLE-MUMBANNAR NCR AND PICCANINNIE PONDS CP

vk5pas.log
SOAPBOX: PORTABLE-MUMBANNAR NCR & PICCANINNIE PONDS CP

vk5ue.log
SOAPBOX: LOTS OF NOISE ON 3.5 MHZ SATURDAY EVENING

vk6flab.log
SOAPBOX: OPERATED FOR 8 HOURS, HEARD TWO STATIONS, MANAGED TO WORK ONE.
SOAPBOX: CONDITIONS ATROCIOUS. EQUIPMENT THE SAME AS PREVIOUS CONTESTS.
SOAPBOX: UNABLE TO CONFIGURE VKCL VERSION 4.5.1 FOR VK SHIRES, CRASHED
SOAPBOX: ON SHIRE SELECTION.
SOAPBOX: HAND EDITED THIS LOG TO SHOW SHIRE AS CC6, SINCE THAT SHIRE
SOAPBOX: DOES NOT EXIST ON V3.12B. (CANNING CITY)

vk6pop.log
SOAPBOX: NOT A SERIOUS ATTEMPT. JUST GOT ON AIR TO GIVE A FEW POINTS OUT.

vk6qm.log
SOAPBOX: POOR CONDITIONS DID NOT HELP AND ONLY 3 VK6 STATIONS WE HOPE THAT IT
SOAPBOX: WILL BE BETTER NEXT YEAR
SOAPBOX: GERARD VK6QM

vk7jgd.log
SOAPBOX: THANKS FOR ANOTHER SHIRES CONTEST, MOST ENJOYABLE AS
SOAPBOX: USUAL CHEERS GARRY VK7JGD

vk7qp.log
SOAPBOX: I OPERATED PORTABLE VK7QP/P ALTHOUGH THE LOG SHOWS VK7QP
SOAPBOX: THE FIVE DIFFERENT SHIRES SHOW IN THE EXCH SENT COLUMN
SOAPBOX: IT WAS GOOD WEATHER FOR TRAVELLING AROUND AND
SOAPBOX: OPERATING AS A A ROVER GAVE ME MORE STATIONS TO WORK

vk8gm.log
SOAPBOX: FOR CHECKING LOGS, PLEASE NOTE THAT VK5PAS AND VK5FMAZ 1ST TWO LOGS L HAD NO PEN

zl2ayz.log
SOAPBOX: ENJOYED THE CONTEST AND PICKED UP 8 NEW SHIRES. OPERATED PORTABLE FROM THE WEST
SOAPBOX: COAST. IC-706 MKIIG AND A G5RV DIPOLE.

zl2rx.log
SOAPBOX: TERRIBLE CONDITIONS AND NOT ENOUGH ACTIVITY TO KEEP ME INTERESTED.

Logging Software

VKCL http://web.aanet.com.au/mnds/

W3KM http://www.qsl.net/w3km/gen_log.htm

SD Logger http://www.ei5di.com/

Ensure that you have the latest version of the logging software.

Contest Sponsors

Certicates are ready to download for 2017 and 2018

Files For Download

LATEST SHIRES LIST June 2018
vk-shires-2018-version16.xls

2017 Score Summary
2017 Score Summary.pdf

Soap Box Comments
SOAP BOX COMMENTS VK Shires 2017.pdf

VK Shires Results Table
VK Shires 2017 results Tables.pdf

VK Shires Results Table 2018
ScoreSummaryFile.sum.txt

2018 Alpha Listing
Alpha ScoreSummaryFile.sum.txt

2018 Summary
SummaryFile.sum.txt

2018 Soap box comments
All-SoapBoxes.txt

2017 Participation Certificates
2017_VKShiresParticipationCerts.pdf

2017 Winners Certificates
2017_VKShiresWinnerCerts.pdf

2018 Participation Certificates
2018_VKShiresParticipationCerts.pdf

2018 Winners Certificates
2018_VKShiresWinnerCerts.pdf


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