The Kittyhawk Cup
The Kittyhawk Cup is a special ScaleACT competition where all entrants build the same kit and compete head-to-head. The models must all be built ‘Out of the Box’ rules (no modifications allowed), but modellers may choose different decals and paint-schemes.
2021 (Feb 2022): Darren Dickerson. ARMA Hobby FM-2 Wildcat.
2020: (Covid! Boo!)
2019: Min Hwang. Eduard 1/48 MiG-21.
2018: Ben Frohling. Academy 1/72 Apache.
2017: Stuart Coleman. Eduard 1/48 Supermarine Spitfire Mk.IX.
2016: Stuart Coleman. Revell 1/72 Messerschmitt Me 262.
2015: Brad Fallen. Airfix 1/72 Bristol Blenheim.
2014: Clayton Ockerby. Tamiya 1/72 Mitsubishi Zero.
2013: Chris Leeman. Hasegawa 1/72 F-18.
2012: Rod Martin. Airfix 1/72 Bf110.
2011: Peter Mahoney. Airfix 1/72 MiG 15.
2010: Jerry Cashman. Hobby Boss 1/72 Corsair II.
2009: Brad Cancian. Roden 1/72 Fokker D7.
2008: Li Choo. Hobby Boss 1/72 Bf109.
2007: Jeff Wilson. Hasegawa 1/72 F104.
2006: Peter Shum. Revell 1/72 P-51.
2005: Peter Shum. Revell 1/72 P-47.
2004: Jerry Cashman. Academy 1/72 Storch.
2003: David Hinde. Italeri 1/72 Hawker Harrier.
2002: Jerry Cashman. Revell 1/72 Spitfire V.
The history of the Kittyhawk Cup.
The Kittyhawk Cup originated from the early 2000's when the Australian War Memorial asked the Society if we could build a batch of Kittyhawk models for the Memorial Education staff. We had such a great time working on the same model that we enshrined the idea in this annual competition, which has subsequently been expanded to include armoured subjects in The Sentinel Shield, occasional Maritime subjects in The Maritime Medal and the relatively new The Grail – a catchall category for less frequently subscribed modelling subjects.