The Five Million Point Award Program
The 5 Meg award has generated a lot
of interest since it started in July 1986. From time to time, the rules and standings will
be published in the JUG. Any questions about the rules, or of any points totals should be
addressed to Joanna Dilley, K6YL.
This award is intended to give recognition for sustained efforts by NCCC members. All too often club members compete with moderate stations, year-in and year-out without a reasonable chance actually to win major awards. The Five Million Point Award is designed to rectify this situation. This award is issued on a once-per-person basis.
How to Enter:
Email your results for each contest
entered to K6YL Include contest name, operator callsign,
station callsign (if different), entry class (e.g., SOABLP, MS15HP,
etc.), QSOs, mults, and score.
Check the master database of NCCC member
Scores on this website or the 3830 Scores Database to be
sure your data is correct for each contest you entered. Email K6YL any missing or corrected information.
When you have reached a cumulative total
of 5 million points, send a list of the contests that qualify you to K6YL,
who will validate your request and present your 5 Meg plaque at the
next club meeting.
List Of Awardees:
This award requires the accumulation of a total of five million points.
Point totals shall be validated by K6YL
based on the contestant's contest results recorded in the master
database maintained on this website, Scores.
See "How to Enter" above.
Any contest entry may be used for submission as long
as the entrant is competing from within NCCC territory.
It is not necessary for the NCCC to be participating as a
club for your point totals to count toward this award.
Participation with a Multi/Multi or Multi/Single station can
count for this award. You are credited with a proportion of the
total score divided by total number of operators as posted in the master
A current list of 5 Meg Award winners can be found Here.