The Neville Harris Memorial Trophy is an inter-club competition in memory of Neville Harris, a member of a number of societies in the Wellington region, and latterly president of the Kapiti Philatelic Society.
|1.||This is a Club, not an individual trophy. The object is to encourage club members to exhibit their material.|
|2.||The competition is open to: Kapiti Philatelic Society, Wellington Philatelic Society, Hutt Valley Philatelic Society and the Upper Hutt Stamp Club.|
|3.||Competed for at the Wellington Regional Stamp Show (or similar) which is generally held each year.|
|4.||Entries are comprised of 16 pages (one frame) but clubs may enter 2 x 8 page entries to count as a 16 page entry.|
|5.||All NZPF classes except youth.|
|6.||Judging is to be completed by two judges on the NZPF National Judges Register using the NZPF one frame judging criteria.|
|7.||Points to be awarded:
(a) 2 points for every 16 pages with a maximum of 10 points
(b) marks for all entries from a club averaged
(c) marks from (a) + (b) = club total mark
The club with the highest total holds the trophy until the next competition the following year.
|8.||Winning club responsible for engraving year and club name on small plate on back of trophy.|
|9.||Trophy to be returned to the organising committee one month before the next competition.|
|10.||Clubs to send a list of their entries to Exhibits Convenor, Wellington Regional Stamp Show as advised in pre-show publicity.|