June 9–12, 2005
Back to 2005 Canadian National SCRABBLE® Championship Photos
2005 Canadian National SCRABBLE® Championship Photos: Final Round 4
Congratulations to the first-ever two-time Canadian Champion,
Go to: Registration Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Round 5 Round 6 Round 7 Round 8 Round 9 Round 10 Round 11 Round 12 Round 13 Round 14 Round 15 Round 16 Round 17 Round 18 Final Round 1 Final Round 2 Final Round 3 Final Round 4 After the Finals
|Photo 22-001 |
Robin Pollock Daniel and the Adam Logan (United Kingdom) vs. Tony Leah (Ajax ON) big board game in progress.
|Photo 22-002 |
Gregg Foster and Joseph Bowman take a break for the front of the room work to check out the game as it looks on the big board.
|Photo 22-003 |
Salvatore Desiato (Toronto ON) heads over to place Tony's latest play onto the big board.
|Photo 22-004 |
An anxious audience.
|Photo 22-005 |
CNSC 2005 finals board, round 4, Adam Logan (United Kingdom) vs. Tony Leah (Ajax ON), 438-403, Adam's win and the game that earned Adam the 2005 Canadian National SCRABBLE® Championship title.
|Photo 22-006 |
Mad Palazzo, Rebecca Soble, Tony Leah (Ajax ON), Kristen Chew, Adam Logan (United Kingdom), and John Stardom, gaze over the event ending game.
|Photo 22-007 |
John Chew takes a minute to check on the NSA web site.
|Photo 22-008 |
A bevy of smiles: Mad Palazzo, Rebecca Soble, Tony Leah (Ajax ON), and Kristen Chew. Tony demonstrates that coming in second isn't all that bad!
|Photo 22-009 |
CNSC 2005 finals board (big board version), round 4, Adam Logan (United Kingdom) vs. Tony Leah (Ajax ON), 438-403, Adam's win and the game that earned Adam the 2005 Canadian National SCRABBLE® Championship title.
HASBRO is the owner of the registered
SCRABBLE® trademark in the United States and Canada. © 2005 HASBRO.
All rights reserved. "SCRABBLE Brand Crossword Game" is the proper way to
refer to this unique group of word games and related properties marketed by
HASBRO. "SCRABBLE" is not a generic term. To use it as such is not only
misleading but also does injustice to the company responsible for the trademark's
longtime popularity. All we ask is that when you mean SCRABBLE Brand Crossword
Game, you say so.
The SCRABBLE® trademark is owned by J.W. Spear and Sons, PLC, a subsidiary of
Mattel, Inc. outside of the United States and Canada.
For more information about SCRABBLE
or the NSA, or to comment on or correct the contents of this page,
To report technical difficulties in reading this page,
please contact webmaster
John Chew at: