Moat House Hotel, West Bromwich.
Stewart Holden plays David Acton
Di Dennis, winner of the Ladies Event
One of the two main playing rooms
"You should all find you have one of these in front of you. Take seven tiles from the bag and place them..."
Andrew Perry plays Harshan Lamabadusuriya
Tolani Ayo-Awojobi, John Grayson and Janet Phillips
Paul Cartman writes down the score
Theresa Cole plays Lois McLeod
"On the conveyor belt tonight, Bruce, we have a wooden board, two racks, pen and paper, a digital timer and a cuddly toy ("aah!")"
Geoff Cooper plays Barbara Hill, Peter Ernest plays Andy Gray
The Queen was unimpressed by the draw for Round 7
Di Dennis received a vase and bouquet of flowers as well as the Kay Thorne Memorial Trophy for winning the Ladies' Event
"I don't know who this guy next to me is but I think he's an ex-President!"
Ruth McInerney with her trophy for winning Division B of the BMSC
Evan Simpson, greatly fortified by his pint, taking on Joyce Cansfield
Alec Webb plays Barry Grossman
Stewart Holden vs. Russell Byers
Harshan Lamabadusuriya plays Paul Allan
Shin and Lorna adjudicate in the upstairs playing room
David Webb and Mark Nyman
Stewart Holden vs. Terry Kirk
Stewart Holden vs. Helen Gipson
Sanmi Odelana's game, featuring the nine-timer THINGIES
Pete Finley draws tickets for the raffle
The plethora of trophies for the 2002 BMSC
ABSP Chairman Allan Simmons reads out the winners and awards the prizes
Mark Nyman, 2002 BMSC and National Scrabble Champion, makes his way through the crowds to receive his trophies and prize money
Mark finished the tournament with an impressive 14 wins from 17 against tough opposition
Mark Nyman is congratulated by former ABSP President Graeme Thomas