Archived from March 22nd
Your commentator missed the show last week due to coming in contact with a Covid sufferer a few days earlier and self isolating.
Some high scores in with Gary Griffiths taking the scratch gold with 64 broken targets. Dave Salter took the Silver position with 61, closely followed by Bob Warder who's 60 kills gave him the Bronze position. Handicap gold was won by scratch winner Gary Griffiths who was followed in the rapidly improving Roy Kitchen with Mark Reacord continuing to improve and taking the Bronze spot. A good shoot from my observations.
Trevor and I were missed at South Worcester as his lift (me) had to cry off because of a possible Covid infection. It was a great afternoon for John Griffiths who was scratch top gun by virtue of his handicap adjustment. Tony Gray was runner up with Jonathan Skelding in third. The scratch results were mirrored when handicap scores were calculated. A great result John, your little 28g is proving it can perform, (as long as you let it!). A mention today of one of our regulars last year who'm we have not seen yet this year. Paul Stokes is a fine shot who routinely gives us all a shooting lesson when he joins us. Paul is currently selected as an England team member on the Skeet circuitI.The CPSA monthly mag credits him with winning a prestigeous Skeet competion last month. Well done Paul. Can I thank Bob Jordan for putting in a greatly extended journey from Redditch to pick up Trevor Griffiths and getting him home again after the shoot. If anyone is able to step in if i'm indisposed, I would be most grateful.Trevor lives near Quinton and there are normally 4 or 5 occasions during the summer when I cannot shoot and obviously can't pick him up those days. Can anyone help?