The 1st girl overall receives a trophy she can take home to keep. She is also promoted to the next higher division in the Queen's Cup immediately following.
Girls that come 2nd or 3rd in their division win a medal they can take home to keep.
Girls who come 1st, 2nd or 3rd in the Queen's division also qualify for entry into the Champions Trophy for that year.
Each girl receives a certificate based on their results.
Prizes are awarded to the girl that delivers the biggest upset for the tournament. Typically this is where a lower rated player beats a very highly rated player. The Biggest Upset prize is wholly at the descretion of the Organiser.
The winner in the Premier Division of the Queen's Cup Championship is crowned the Queen's Cup Champion, has their name engraved on the Queen's Cup, wins a smaller version of the Queen's Cup and is also awarded the title of Chess Power Junior Master™.
The winner of the other Queen's Cup Championship divisions are crowned as Queen's Cup Champions for their division and win a smaller version of the Queen's Cup Championship Premier division trophy.