An outline of quoiting activity connecting Wales and Scotland during the latter half of 1900s and beginning of the second Millennium.
Indoor Quoits at Bont - A new angle for the ancient game. See photographs of how the long game can be played indoors. The Welsh programme Ffermio was filming at the event. This was shown on S4C on Monday 7th December.
Welsh Quoiting Board
Official page of the Welsh Quoiting Board, including current Board members, fixtures (confirmed) and results.
Bwrdd Coetio Cymru - 2011
Tudalen swyddogol Bwrdd Coetio Cymru, gan gynnwys aelodau cyfredol y Bwrdd, amserlen a chanlyniadau.
British Open Quoits Championship
Open to individual competitors from Wales, Scotland, England and Northern Ireland. Laws of the game. Final played to 31 points conditions permitting.
International Contests 1979 to present
Links to tables of International contests between Wales and Scotland since 1979 including scores, and pictures.
International Contests 1932 to
Links to tables of International contests between England, Wales and Scotland prior to 1979 including scores, and pictures.
Some Welsh and Scottish Non-International Competitions played since 1983
Statistics - Link to pages of tables detailing individual Welsh and Scottish performances
Silver Cup of the Kilmarnock Union Quoiting Club 1893
2007 - One of Caersws Quoits Club's most successful seasons ever
Sporty Village Boasts Famous Five - BBC article on how Caersws boasts five British Champions in a population of just over 2000 inhabitants.
Brendon Lloyd makes BBC Wales Sports Hall of Fame
Requests For Information
John Beck, Caledonian Quoit Club 1903 and the Scottish Nottingham connection.
John "Buck" Williams from Middlesborough and his father "All England Quoit Champion 1898"
Wooldridge Quoiting Family - Pictures submitted by Joe Wooldridge, member of the famous English International Wooldridge quoiting family.
Meurig (Mike) Jones, Caersws
Whatever it took, he was there, supporting club and country. A more committed clubman you couldn't wish to enrol. From the return of quoits to Montgomeryshire in the early 1970s, until ill-health forced his retirement twenty years later, you could find Meurig, or Mike as he was more affectionately known (Michael to his friends north of the border), participating in whatever way was required. Pictures of Mike Jones with his club, Caersws, singles and league competitions, lasting friendships and a spot of sillyness along the way.
Larkhall & Raploch success
Bill Kirkland shows the gold pocket watch won by his grandfather William Kirkland who was part of the winning side from Larkhall& Raploch of the Lanarkshire league in Scotland which won the Scottish&Lanarkshire cups in 1925.
Official organ of the English, Scotch and Welsh Associations 1910. Donated courtesey of Joe Wooldridge of Essex.
Other Related Websites
Surprising number of other quoits, and related websites, from Britain, USA and Canada.
Index "The History of Quoits in Wales" 1898 to 1948