The following are some of the trophies up for grabs at EuroMoot.
The most prestigious trophy in Rovers, awarded to the Rover Crew who submits the most complete Log Book, which should show that the Crew has maintained a balanced programme based on the aims of the Rover section.
Previously awarded to Auckland crews by the local BP Lodge, this shield is now awarded nationally to the crew who shows the most outstanding service to Scouting and the community throughout the year leading up to Moot.
Awarded to a Rover, nominated by their Crew, as having shown outstanding commitment to service within Scouting and the community, setting an example to those around them, and who lives by the Scout Law. The nominee may be a Full or Associate member who has not been in Rovers more than two years.
Helen died tragically in a rafting accident while attending a National Rover Moot.
The other “big one.” Initially awarded for camping standards at Moot, but now awarded to the Crew who contributes most to Moot spirit. The life of Fergus McLaren, who was an Otago Rover killed in the Second World War, is documented in the book “Fergus McLaren” which accompanies the banner. This provides an understanding of the true meaning behind the banner.
Awarded to the Crew whose female Rovers contribute most to Moot Spirit.
Awarded to the Crew whose male Rovers contribute most to Moot Spirit.
Awarded to the “Fastest Rover at Moot”- the individual Rover who has contributed most to Moot Spirit.
These are awarded to the male and female winners of the Tug-O-War. A mixed trophy is also now up for grabs.
Trophies are awarded to both the first individual male and female home, as well as the first male and first female Crew teams home.
Awarded to the winning team in competition requiring some form of marksmanship skills. Usually a round robin of party games and childhood favourite games.