NED19 – Trophies

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The Roger G. Cooper Trophy

Awarded to the Champion Chorus in the Sunrise Division. Donated by Cedric Cooper in memory of his brother Roger C. Cooper who introduced barbershopping to Frederiction in the late 1940s.

The Douglas Major Trophy

Awarded to the Runner Up Chorus in the Sunrise Division. Built and donated by Doug Kingston in memory of the first Musical Director of the Saint John Chorus, the late Douglas Major.

The Sadie E. Cooke Trophy

Awarded to the Champion Small Chorus in the Sunrise Division. Donated by the late Harvey Cooke in memory of his wife, Sadie Cooke.

The Goudge Trophy

Awarded to the Most Improved Chorus in the Sunrise Division in terms of total points. Donated by the Goudge family in 1986 where the late Kieth Goudge is a former member of the Millstream Chorus, now the Halifax Harmonizers.

The Allie Redden Trophy

Awarded to the Champion Quartet in the Sunrise Division. Donated in memory of late Allie Redden, a Quartetter and a member of the Dukes of Kent in Kentville.

The H. Duncan Memford Trophy

Awarded to the Runner Up Quartet in the Sunrise Division. Donated by Duncan Memford of the River Valley Chorus in Fredericton.

The J.W. Duncan Trophy

Awarded to the Novice Quartet Champion in the sunrise Division. Donated by Donald Duncan of the Atlantic Swells in Halifax in memory of his father.

The Gordon Peach Trophy

Awarded to the Most Improved Quartet in the Sunrise Division. Donated by the Peach family, sisters and brothers, and the Peach Chords Quartet in memory of Gordie, a former member of the Cape Breton Chordsmen in Sydney.

The Salt “C” Aires Trophy

Awarded to the Seniors Quartet Champion in the Sunrise Division. Donated by the Salt “C” Aires Quartet in St. John’s.