Ancient Society of College Youths
Willingham, Cambridgeshire
53 Covent Garden
Sunday, 6 May 2007 in 24h 9 (9 in B)
72000 Treble Dodging Minor (100m)
1 extent each: Pevensey D, Woodcock's Victory TB, Skipton D, Chepstow D, Balmoral D, Fotheringay D, Belvoir D, Dover D, Richborough D, Capel TB, Kingston TB, London Scholars' Pleasure TB, Sandal TB, Oxford TB, Norton-le-moors TB, Pennine TB, Cheviot TB, Stirling D, Chelsea D, Mendip TB, Beeston D, Melandra D, Peveril D, Leasowe D, Waltham D, Berwick S, Hexham S, Primrose S, Abbeyville D, Cunecastre S, Coldstream S, Lincoln S, Kelso S, Crowland D, St Werburgh D, Vale Royal D, Combermere D, Snowdon TB, Killamarsh TB, Carisbrooke D, Wath D, Waterford TB, Edinburgh D, Kentish D, Oswald D, Kent TB, Fountains D, Tewkesbury D, Sandiacre S, Glastonbury D, Chester S, Munden S, Carlisle S, Bacup S, Charlwood D, Wragby D, St Albans D, Neasden D, Warkworth S, Norwich S, Chadkirk TB, Ely D, Dunedin D, British Scholars' Pleasure TB, Conisborough D, Morning Star TB, Disley D, Berwyn TB, Quantock TB, Trinity Sunday TB, Donottar D, Pontefract D, Burslem D, Ipswich S, Elston D, Kirkstall D, Bourne S, Bamborough S, Marple D, Netherseale S, Allendale S, Westminster S, Knutsford D, Rostherne D, Wilmslow D, Bogedone D, Ockley TB, Norbury TB, College Exercise TB, Duke of Norfolk TB, Pembroke D, Berkeley D, Barham D, Beverley S, Surfleet S, Cambridge S, Newdigate D, Willesden D, College Bob IV D, Old Oxford D
1–2 Philip J Earis
3–4 Andrew J W Tibbetts (C)
5–6 David J Pipe
The longest peal yet rung
Saturday 5th 16.01 - Sunday 6th 16.10
Umpires: Simon Linford (chief), Rod and Mary Pipe, Martin Whiteley, Jennie Butler, Oliver Hall, John Loveless, John Thurman, Robin Hall, Andrew Keech, Cecilia Pipe, Philip Saddleton, Michael and Vicky Wilby
This peal has been recognised as a record length in the method.