The league held its annual presentation evening at the working men's club, Northallerton, on Thursday, May 8.

Mr Harold Bartram, who was compere for the night, opened the evening by welcoming every and congratulating the winning teams. He thanked the committee for all their hard work during the season.

Trophy winners: domino division one, Football Club, runners-up Wheatsheaf, Borrowby; fives and trees winners Green Tree, runners-up Workingmen's Club C. These trophies were presented by Mr Derek Beckwith, life vice-president.

Division two domino winners Golden Lion B, Romanby, runners-up Crown; fives and threes winners Grey Horse A, Rounton, runners-up Willow Tree Leeming. These trophies were presented by Mr Eddie Morris, life vice-president.

Division three domino winners Otterington Shorthorn, runners-up Lord Nelson, Appleton Wiske; fives and threes winners Queen Catherine, Osmotherley, runners-up Green Dragon Bedale. These trophies were presented by Mr Norman Skinner, secretary of the domino league.

Mr Eric (Titch) Watson presented the Titch Watson Domino Knockout Trophies to the winners, Jolly Minister, Northallerton, runners-up were Crosby, Thornton-le-Beans. Mr Andrew Trueman then presented the Charlie Trueman Trophy to the winners, who were Eddie and Margaret Morris of RAFA Club. Mr Dave Jamieson presented the Dave Jamieson fives and threes knockout trophies to the winners who were Green Dragon Bedale, runners-up Sportsmans Club, Northallerton.

The individual domino pairs winners were Shirley and John Dredge, Wheatsheaf individual fives and threes pairs winners were Andrew Trueman and Graham Fawcett, Nags Head, Northallerton.

The combined division cup winners were: division one Green Tree; division two Grey Horse A; division three Green Dragon. The final trophy of the evening, the Geoff Wetherill Memorial Trophy for champion of champions went to Grey Horse A, Rounton.

Finally our compere for the evening Mr Harold Bartram thanked everyone for attended. He thanked the committee and bar staff, the sponsors, workingmen's club and hoped everyone enjoyed the remainder of the evening.