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Caption Competition 362

This week's cap comp features two horse racing fans making use of the facilities to shelter from the rain at Royal Ascot.

Crowds enjoyed five days of top-quality racing at the meeting in Berkshire, but also had to endure some unseasonal weather.

It's not clear how effective plastic picinic tables were as improvised umbrellas, but what side-splitting caption do you think best sums up the picture.

After much deliberation by the judges, Becky Davidson's entry took top prize:

We're looking for a large Hawaiian and a Meat Feast with extra pepperoni...

Congratulations Becky, a BBC Sport goody bag is on its way.


CATEGORY WINNER: Now all they needed was some giant plug sockets...
Nick Skinner, UK

RUNNER-UP: Lift it higher Tarquin!
It's alright for you Crispin, you haven't got a tiny man sat on your table.
Derek Grange, England


CATEGORY WINNER: I had no Ikea these would come in so useful.
Nick Simonard, United Kingdom

RUNNER-UP: MFI agents go undercover...
Adrian Wade, Canada


CATEGORY WINNER: James Bond was at Royal Ascot with his friend trying out his latest gadget, the picnic jet pack.
Adam Divorty, UK

RUNNER-UP: Yuppies fail to work out how to use Sir Clive Sinclair's new invention, the C6.
Jason Parker, UK


CATEGORY WINNER: We're looking for a large Hawaiian and a Meat Feast with extra pepperoni...
Becky Davidson, UK

RUNNER-UP: Daleks enjoy themselves at a nudist colony.
Dorothy Bowkett, UK


CATEGORY WINNER: The two men start to get nervous as they see a part of Wimbledon's Centre Court drifting by in the background.
Joseph Holding, Wales

RUNNER-UP: They couldn't get in Gordon Brown's cabinet so they grabbed a table instead.
Will Jennings, UK


CATEGORY WINNER: Marcus Trescothick and Andrew Strauss look overwhelmed by the size of the newly designed cricket wickets.
Michael Davies, Wales

RUNNER-UP: Mario and Luigi struggled desperately to carry the pizza spacers to the box before the topping could get stuck to the lid.
Matt Higgins, UK


CATEGORY WINNER: Pat Butcher's missing earrings are found at Ascot.
Alan Carroll, Ireland

RUNNER-UP: Jon Ball and Alan Carroll prepare for the bombardment of Jon Tickle captions.
Ben Bateson, UK

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01 Mar 05 |  Caption Comp


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