The first Award is for The Biggest Moment/ Event.
In third place is the Cornerstone Dinner at which David Davis underperformed and Liam Fox excelled. From then on Dr Fox began actively courting the right-wing MPs who could have otherwise underpinned DD's candidacy.
In second place is the Question Time debate. Although David Davis won the debate (according to readers of this blog who reflect the overall bias to Cameron) it was not enough to halt David Cameron's already established and 'big' momentum.
He had that 'big mo' because of his performance in Blackpool. DC's speech to the Blackpool Party Conference is ConservativeHome.com's Event of the Leadership Race. Leo McKinstry - writing for today's Express - says Mr Cameron possesses "astonishing eloquence":
"Some critics have dismissed his fluency as a showy irrelevance but, given that politics is all about communication, it is a vital asset and one that his inarticulate rival David Davis did not possess".