Archived from January 10th
A horrible fog had descended upon the West Midlands giving everyone an opportunity of claiming that ‘chips’ had come off a target. However, it doesn’t appear that strategy was adopted by any of the Dodgers when the scores are viewed.
Keeper of the Rabbit is spending a few weeks with the 12 gauges and his Caesar Guerini demonstrated its gratitude by hitting the only score in the 60’s and giving Trevor high gun this week.
There are still a few of our number who are unable to attend because of illness, a speedy recovery is wished for you all.
Next week will see the side by side competition. You will need to book in for this one. Free food will be available. The Extreme day will be on Friday 23rd February. Bacon bap to start and lunch after the event. This is a testing and well organized event, and if you have not attended one in the past, Mr B will probably not give you a discount to encourage your entry!
South Worcester was foggy and some targets from the high tower disappeared into the gloom. John G was shooting his 28 gauge very well and managed 82% kills before having to retire through injury.
The remaining shooters, scored well into the 70’s with only three targets separating them. Len won with his 78.
10th January 2018
Trevor high gun with 61/75
John high gun with 82%
3rd. January 2018
Butler’s Len was high gun with 57/77.
13th December 2017
Butler’s Bob J and Bob W tied for high gun with 65. Bob J gets it with Handicap. Peter won the handicap medal. Average score was 56.0
South Worcester Shoot cancelled.
6th December 2017
Butler’s Len, Bob J, Peter, Dave S and Li were equal high gun with 58/75. Peter gets it when the handicap is taken into consideration. He also wins this week’s weekly handicap medal. The average score was 48.2
South Worcester Len was high gun and handicap winner with 83/100.