Winners 2011–2014

For Winners after 2014, please see individual Winners Galleries.

For winners since 1956 CLICK HERE

2014

OPEN

Grand Aggregate:
Chadd Vandermade (RID)

Greg Richardson (OCC)

Dennis Elgie (CV)

Scott Westwell (OCC)

Peter Prevost (Maniwaki)

Richard Davis (CH)

Al Solari (RCMP)

Paul Hope (CV)

Paul Weedmark (GR)

Marco Sedlar (OCC)

Seniors

Grand Aggregate:
Layne Noble (RID)

Mike Johansen (OCC)

Jean St. Pierre (BUCK)

David Brown (NG)

Senators

Grand Aggregate:
Rick Takahara (RA)

Ron Barker (MAN)

John Mayes (RCN)

Rod Matheson (OCC)

2013 

OPEN

Grand Aggregate:
Ian MacAulay (Ottawa)

Cory Cooper (Metcalfe)

Michael Raby (Ottawa)

Bill Blad (Rideau)

Chris Gardner (unaffiliated)

Mac Baines (Glenmore)

Roy Hrycak (Ottawa)

Dean Wadland (Schenectady)

Ian Brisco (City View)

Brian Harris (Shawville)

Randy Wilson (Rideau)

R Weber (Carleton Heights)

Seniors

Grand Aggregate:
Layne Noble (Rideau)

Jean St. Pierre (Buckingham)

Dick Stoddart (Richmond)

Senators

Jim Stewart (Manotick)

John Mayes (Navy)

Paul Douglas (Carleton Hts)

2012

OPEN

Grand Aggregate:
Ian MacAulay (Ottawa)

Steve Cook (RCMP)

Brad Kidd (Peterborough)

Ian MacAulay (Ottawa)

John Goold (Navy)

Trent Skanes (Ottawa)

Jeff Foss (Carleton Heights)

Louis Bordua (Cumberland)

Don Osborne (High Park)

Bill Adaire (Granite)

Paul Wolfe (Granite)

Seniors

Grand Aggregate:
Layne Noble (Rideau)

Dick Stoddart (Richmond)

David Brown (N Grenville)

Ron Barker (Manotick)

Senators

Doug Woods (Carleton Hts)

John Mayes (Navy)

John McBrearty (RCMP)

2011

OPEN

Grand Aggregate:
Willie Jeffries (Ottawa)

Layne Noble (Rideau)

Gert Messing (Ardsley)

Willie Jeffries (Ottawa)

Kevin Rathwell (Ottawa)

Gilles Pilon (Buckingham)

Chris Kelly (Rideau)

Tim McCooeye (Richmond)

Paul Weedmark (Granite)

Ben Smith (Riverside NB)

Scott Millan (Navan)

Jonathan Havercroft (Oklahoma)

Seniors

Grand Aggregate:
Bryan Cochrane (Russell)

Reg Plaster (Ottawa)

Bryan Cochrane (Russell)

Wayne McLeod (Elliot Lake)

Peter Scarlett (Granite)

Senators

Al Davidson (Navy)

Mannie Kennedy (Buckingham)

Doug Howe (RA)