The third Trophy Night for Digital Projected Images took place on 9 Feb 2017, with the usual atmosphere of anticipation and enthusiasm.  Our judge was Sally Sallett, familiar to us already and warmly welcomed.  Her informative and constructive comments were listened to with great interest.
There were 87 images altogether -  12 for the Percy Lund Novice All-Rounder Trophy, 26 for the CE Lawson, Creative Processing Trophy and 49 for the VB Lloyd Trophy - for Photojournalism, Action or Sport.
Abandoned junkshop typewriter, Still life - Graham Binns
Honister pass, Landscape Pictorial - Graham BinnsJessica, portrait - Graham BinnsMushrooms in the sunshine woods, Nature - Graham Binns
First off was the Percy Lund Novice All-Rounder Trophy.  The trophy was won by Graham Binns for his set of 4 images, shown above.  Second was Mark Revill and third Gareth Nolan.
Follow my lead - Alex Daniel
The second competition was for the CE Lawson, Creative Processing Trophy.  This was won by Alex Daniel with 'Follow My Lead' which scored 20, shown above. Second place went to Andrew Holland for 'Star Trails' and third place to Jason Feather for 'Pixel Palace'.  In addition, two images - by Jason Feather and Mike Myers - were highly commended. 
A lone Trump protestor on day of inauguration - Andrew Withey
After the tea break, the third and final competition was for the VB Lloyd Trophy - for Photojournalism, Action or Sport.  This was taken by Andrew Withey for 'A lone Trump protestor on day of the presidential inauguration' which scored 20, shown above.  Second was Don Crabtree with 'Fairweather Green vs Mill Lane AFC', and third was Kyle Smith with 'The Need for Speed'.  There was one highly commended image - by Kyle Smith - and two commended images - by Andrew Withey and Rais Hassan.
All images and scores from the competitions can be seen here -