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Archived from March 20th


I've been asked to provide an explanation of 'scratch'  as engraved on the top score  gold medal.  'Scratch' is generally used  to identify a result where everyone started  on an equal footing and the best scorer  is the outright winner. There is no compensation for age, state  of health, or previous achievements, (handicap ratings, for example).  I hope that suffices.

A good course again with scores creeping up a little this week. Top gun (scratch) was Bob Jordan with a super 62 broken targets. Close second was David Nightingale.with a 61 that relegated Dave Salter's 61 to third place on handicap adjustment. Some great handicap results. Handicap Gold was won by Chris Monk who beat his average score  by a mighty 13 targets.  His squad mate, Howard Davies logged another great score. He beat his own average by 12 points  just one less than Chris. Handicap Bronze spot was won by Dave nightingale who's 61 was his best score of the year and beat his own average  by over 11 points. A super set of results.

At South Worcester, Dave Salter was back at his best logging an 84 kills to take the scratch Gold medal position. Tony Gray was two targets behind but easily took the Silver place. Len came in third with 78 broken targets.  Tony's 82 took the Handicap topspot by 5 points from Len Sandford's  4 better than average. John Griffiths filled the Handicap third spot with a score 2 better than his average. Another good days shooting all round. 


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