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Peggy Bayer Trophy (U20 Junior) Winners

Year Team NPC Winning team England team
1990(1) Scotland David Frew Geoff Bateman, Leigh Caldwell, Paul Smith, Fiona Jamieson, John Sabine, John Robinson Matthew Berry, Stuart Forsyth, Tom Adams, Steve Watkins, Tom Townsend, Oliver Sims (NPC: John Pottage)
1991 England John Pottage Howard Wilkinson, Simon Pollack, David Bakhshi, Stephen Lally, D Rigby, Ewen McNay
1992 England John Pottage Stuart Forsyth, Robin Atkin, David Bakhshi, Jonathan Cooke, David Walker, Ed Sheldon
1993(2) England Richard Fleet David Bakhshi, Gavin Jordan, Ed Ionides, Abbey Walker (Smith), Ed Sheldon, David Walker
1994(3) England Richard Fleet Abbey Walker, David Bakhshi, Catherine Ashment (Jagger), Ed Sheldon, Ed Foster, Simon Budd
1995 Scotland Sheila Adamson Martin Bateman, Dermot Coyle, Gavin Easton,Callum McKail, David McCrossan, Douglas Marshall Rob Cook, Phil Chow, James Saunders, Phil Adamson, Melanie Keppler, Lior Zivan
1996 England Phil King Simon Budd, Gary Clarke, Graham Hazel, Abbey Walker, Alex Hydes, Mark Teltscher
1997 Scotland John DiMambro Martin Bateman, Andrew Myles, Harold Bergson, David McCrossan, Duncan Cockburn, Douglas Marshall Simon Budd, Richard Probst, Phil Godfrey, Jon Starkings, Beatrice Macleod, Rachel Wade (NPC: Richard Fleet)
1998 England David Harris Mark Cleaver, Richard Corliss, Simon Budd, Beatrice McLeod, Richard Probst, Rachel Wade
1999(4) England David Harris Duncan Happer, Susan Stockdale (Norton), Stuart Haring, Jeneiv Shah, James Pepper, Kelvin Ward
2000 England Phil King Oliver Burgess, Andrew Woodcock, Ben Handley-Pritchard, Alex Hydes, Duncan Happer, Susan Stockdale (Norton)
2001 England David Harris John Atthey, Ben Handley-Pritchard, Simon Cope, Stuart Haring, Michael Byrne, Edward Levy
2002 England Phil King John Atthey, Ben Green, Roger Brown, Greg Moss, Duncan Happer, Susan Stockdale (Norton)
2003 England Phil King John Atthey, Ben Green, Jon De Souza, Paul Wilson, Ian Green, Sarah Pinchbeck
2004 England Phil King Oliver Burgess, Sarah Pinchbeck, Phillip Andrews, Michael Graham, Laura MacDougall
2005(5) England Mel Starkings John Atthey, Chris G Owen, Michael Graham, Shivam Shah, Bingyuan Yang, Song tao Ye
2006 England Mel Starkings Ed Jones, Shivam Shah, Nicola MacDougall, Alex Morton, Bingyuan Yang, Song tao Ye
2007 England Michael Byrne Ben Paske, Tom Paske, Rob Myers, Dan McIntosh, Mark Dessain, Liam Jones
2008 Scotland David McCrossan Yvonne Wiseman, Ralph Wiseman, Philip Morrsion, Frazer Morgan James Paul, Graeme Roberston, Elizabeth Roberts, Jennie Marvin, Tom Rainforth, James Thrower (NPC: Michael Byrne, Assistant NPC: Alan Shillitoe)
2009 England Michael Byrne David Faria, Liam Jones, Graeme Roberston, Tom Paske, Dan McIntosh, James Paul
2010 Scotland David McCrossan Yvonne Wiseman, Ralph Wiseman, Stuart Bradnam, Stephen Rose, Jun Pinder, Abigail Wilson Alex Roberts, Mungo Jackson, Shivam Shah, Tommy Brass, (NPC: Michael Byrne)
2011 England Michael Byrne Basil Letts, Shivam Shah, Alex Roberts, Tommy Brass, Toby Nonnenmacher, Michael Alishaw,
2012(2) England Michael Byrne Tommy Brass, Freddie Illingworth, Kyle Lam, Chris Huber, Shivam Shah, Alex Roberts
2013(2) England Michael Byrne Freddie Illingworth & Ben Norton, Kyle Lam, Toby Nonnenmacher, Michael Alishaw, Rhys Munden
2014(2) England Michael Byrne Freddie Illingworth & Ben Norton, Nick Dean & Sam Behrens, and Stephen Kennedy & Rhys Munden
2015 England Michael Byrne Freddie Illingworth & Ben Norton, Nick Dean & Sam Behrens, and Laura Covill & Stephen Kennedy
2016(2) Ireland Thomas MacCormac Michael Donnelly & Stephen Barr; Conor Boland & John Connolly Sam Behrens & Ben Norton; Liam Sanderson & Daniel Winter; Oscar Selby & Harry Madden (NPC: Michael Byrne)
2017 (2)(6) England Michael Byrne Ben Norton & Sam Behrens; Jonathan Clark & Kripa Panchagnula; Liam Sanderson & Daniel Winter

(1) Scotland vs England at U19 level
(2) Wales did not compete in 1993, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017
(3) Simon Budd aged 16 years and 10 days was the youngest to represent England a record which was beaten by Shivam Shah in 2006 at 13 years and 175 days
(4) The Republic of Ireland joined the series. Clare Evans(Wales) at 9 years old set a new record as the youngest participant
(5) Scotland did not compete
(6) Northern Ireland did not compete