Archived from July 19th
Plenty of people away this week and, from the scores, obviously a tricky layout.
Top gun at H&W went to Dave Salter with 58 broken clays. Scratch runner up was Bob Warder with a score of 55. Chris Arthur took the Bronze position with 52 targets busted. That score gave Chris the Handicap Gold spot. Well done Chris. Handicap silver place went to David Gee with a score 4 better than his average. Back on form now Mr Gee?
Handicap Bronze was earned by Dave Salters top gun score which beat his average by just a single clay.
A thin squad at South Worcester too. Dave Salter was clearly enjoying himself by taking his second Scratch Gold spot of the day. His 87 broken clays beat Tony Gray into second place by just 2 targets. Jonathan Skelding was scratch Bronze placed with 78 broken targets. David's 87 beat his average by a massive 18 points and took the Handicap Gold spot. Handicap runner up with his best score of the year, was John Griffiths who posted a score 13 targets better than his average. His mighty little 28g continues to break an impressive and improving number of targets. Tony Gray's Handicap Bronze score was a massive 11 targets better than his average. Great shooting by a competetive and keen squad from the look of their scoreboard.