Archived from September 14th
14.09.2022. Stands were softened a bit this week I thought. (The higher average scores were a dead giveaway really) Top gun this week was Julian Waszczak with a fine 62 broken clays. Just one break behind him was Gary Griffiihs who is shooting well these days after patiently sorting out his eye dominance problems. A tied third spot with a score of 60 was shared between Simon Honeybourne and Geoff Pomroy with Simon taking the bronze position after handicap scores were added.
Archived from September 7th
07.09.22. An interesting mix of targets at Butlers last week. Average scores were down by 6 targets. Not many smileys though suggesting that the groundsmen had, by accident or design, found a great mix which should have kept most marksmen happy. Our squad certainly enjoyed the shoot. Best shot of the day was Julian Waszczak who took the scratch Gold spot with a score of 55 which was only 4 below his annual average. Silver medal went to Rhiddian Billingham who's 50 kills be
Archived from August 31st
31.08.22. My first time back for 6 weeks and it was great to see such a good mix of targets. There was something for everyone though the looper on the bottom pond screwed up my sheet. Top scratch gun was Gary Griffiths who's 62 was a great score on these targets. Geoff Pomroy put in an excellent 60 which gave him silver spot over Julian Waszczak's similar score on handicap adjustment. Julian W took the Bronze spot. Some excellent Handicap scores this week. Gary Griffiths c
Archived from AUgust 24th
24.08.22. Rob Wilson came to look up the Dodgers today. He is reported as looking very well after his surgery and is threatening to get back on his squad shortly. That's great news Robert. The scores indicate that the there are still a few tough targets that are catching most of you out. Top score came from Julian Shuker who's 62 gave him the scratch Gold medal. Runner up with 58 was Julian Waszczak with the Bronze place going to Gary Griffiths with 53 broken targets. Mr Shuk