Helensburgh Sailing Club held it’s annual prizegiving on November 26, with prizes being awarded for its members’ achievements over the past year.

There were 10 prizes up for grabs, with Calum Bell picking up the Moira Marsden Cup, the award for best junior performance at events outwith the club.

Eilidh McQueen was the winner of the Junior Trophy – she’s the club champion at 13 and under level.

The Commodore’s Cup was picked up by James Miller for his outstanding performances at events outwith the club.

James won the Sigma 33 Class at the Scottish Series in Tarbet and came second in the Sigma 33 Class Championships in Bangor.

Daniel Tait was given the Alan Miller Award for his enthusiasm and commitment

And the Stuart Thomson Award was presented to Howard Marsden for his special services to the club.

Mark Homer was awarded the Elk Quiach, which was for being the Handicap Keelboat class champion.

The pair of Kenny Manderson and Neil Rosie grabbed the Coronation Plate for being the Sonata Class Champions.

Neil Manderson was awarded the Commodore’s Salver for Handicap Dinghies Champion.

The Ferniegair Cup went to James Forsyth who was crowned Topper Class champions.

And Tony Abraham picked up the Frostbite Flago for winning the Handicap Dinghies in the autumn series.