The Clutton Cup is the final cross country handicap of the season.  It is started 'off the mark', that is to
   say,  the runners are given a handicap allowance dependant  upon their ability, with the slowest runner
  going off first, and the remainder following at 10 second, or greater intervals.                                                     
    The fastest  runner, the 'scratch man' goes off last.          If everyone runs to the form predicted by the   
  handicapper, Simon Martin, then they should all finish together.                                                                         
    The winner receives the  Clutton Cup, which is presented at the annual prizegiving, and held by the       
  recipient for one year.  Medals are awarded to the second and third.                                                                      
  Medals are awarded on the day to the three fastest men and three fastest women.                               
  The Clutton Cup was first competed for in 1883, having been presented to the Club by J.H.Clutton in 1882.  
  The Clutton Cup Handicap is one of five events, for which points are allocated towards the Points Prize  
  Trophy.     Ten points for the fourth finisher in the handicap,  down to 1 point for the thirteenth finisher.   
  The member accruing the most points at the end of the season,  wins the trophy.                                  
  Eligibility :     Any member who has not competed in at least three events, from those listed on the fixture
  card, or in the Road Grand Prix, is not eligible to win a prize, and must run as a  'guest'.                                  
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