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History of Winners

Masters Trophy
(Number of points where known are in parenthesis)





1981

Ray Cheys (38)

2000

Chad Swayze (48)

1982

Ray Cheys (57)

2001

Reg Bergmann (45)

1983

Ray Cheys (40)

2002

Chad Swayze (44)

1984

Rod Kennington (33)

2003

Marcel Lesage (60)

1985

Ray Cheys (44)

2004

Chad Swayze (50)

1986

Ed Cheys (37)

2005

Chad Swayze (46)

1987

Rod Kennington (34)

2006

Laurry Lesage (70)

1988

Jim Davidson (33)

2007

Dave Cheys (41)

1989

Ed Cheys (39)

2008

Dave Cheys (52)

1990

Jim Davidson

2009

Dave Cheys (62)

1991

Ray Cheys (31)

2010

Laurry Lesage (49)

1992

Ray Cheys

2011

Reg Bergmann (54)

1993

Ray Cheys (32)

2012

Reg Bergmann (65)

1994

Ray Cheys (44)

2013

Laurry Lesage (56)

1995

Ray Cheys (44)

2014

Reg Bergmann (44)

1996

Ray Cheys (35)

2015

Laurry Lesage (55)

1997

Reg Bergmann (42)

2016

Laurry Lesage (46)

1998

Reg Bergmann (51)

2017

Reg Bergmann (28) Laurry Lesage (28)

1999

Dennis Swayze (40)



Most Number of Wins





10

Ray Cheys

3

Dave Cheys

7

Reg Bergmann

2

Jim Davidson

4

Chad Swayze

2

Ed Cheys

5

Laurry Lesage

2

Rod Kennington



2

Laurry Lesage

Record Holders

Most Consecutive Number of Wins





6

Ray Cheys

1991-1996


3

Dave Cheys

2007-2009


3

Ray Cheys

1981-1983


2

Chad Swayze

2004–2005


2

Reg Bergmann

2011-2012


2

Reg Bergmann

1997-1998


2

Laurry Lesage

2015-2017






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Masters Trophy


The Masters Trophy is awarded to the member who shoots the highest amount of points in the season, but only counting what we call the ‘Big Birds” found at the top end of the fork.  These consist of the top two bars on a fully loaded fork, including the King Bird. Points are allocated as follows: 4 points for the King Bird, 3 Points each for Side Birds, and 2 points each for Kulla Birds.  The remaining single one point birds do not count for this trophy.  All shootings, except the Canadian Championship 10 Arrows and the MPAA prize shoot count towards the Masters Trophy.


Donated in 1981 by Ray Cheys and Reg Pinette, the Masters trophy has been in competition for 36 years.

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