Archived from July 20th
Some more good scores in this week. Your commentator took the scratch topspot with a very pleasing 65 broken clays. Runner up was Julian Waszczak with 63 kills, with the Bronze going to Bob Jordan with a cracking 62 targets dusted.
The Gold Handicap trophy went tp Malcolm Speer who looks to have been steadily improving throughout the year. His 60 score was 13 above his average. A great result that beat Ian Jeffries into handoicap Silver spot by just two targets.
The Bronze spot went to Dave Gee who beat his own steadily improving average by 7 targets.
The light rain at South Worcester delayed the start but good things are usually worth waiting for. A couple of outstanding scores were returned with Trevor Griffiths taking the top scratch spot by breaking 88% with his mighty 20b. This was his best score for 7 years. Runner up, just one behind, was Paul Stokes wo's recent selection for the England Skeet Team puts
Trevor's performance into clear perspective. Geoff Pomroy's 78 took the Bronze position. Trev's score easily gave him the handicap Gold spot with John Griffih's taking the handicap Silver by beating his own average by a massive 12 clays. Two great performances. Geoff Pomroy was third on handicap. Another fine day's shooting all round.