Rivermead Challenge Cup
(Played for from 1920 – 1935, now played for the Low Canadian)
The Rivermead Challenge Cup rotated, primarily across the border to the United States, for each year’s sojourn at the winner’s club- with the exception of 1933 when the trophy makes it to the border and no further. It was held at the border at Buffalo, New York, for the year of Australian Joe Kirkwood’s championship. Kirkwood was serving as the professional at a club in Chicago, but the trophy never did make it to the display case.