Archived from March 8th
I was absent attending to a medical appointment but it looks like I had the best day of all of you.
Described as a blizzard by at least one frozen soul. It reminded me of a Wednesday shoot about 16 years ago when we could not see the clays for a while. Ian Butler bought out his camera and took a few photos of the hardy souls who had turned out. His efforts proved that Trevor G and myself were barely recognisable at 10 feet.due to the driving heavy snow. Now that was a blizzard !!.
Only 14 dodgers wrapped up warm and braved the elements last week. The scores indicated that the groundstaff had put on a well balanced set of targets as most beat their average score. Steve Honnor popped in his best score this year to take the scratch gold medal with a super 61 busted targets. Well done Steve. Bob Warder's 60 kills took the scratch Silver leaving Geoff Pomroy's 59 in the Bronze spot. Steve's 61 also scooped the Handicap Gold medal. Mark Reacord continues to improve and took the handicap runner up spot from Geoff Pomroy by 3.5 kills.
No one braved South Worcester last week so let's hope that we have now had the worst of the winter chills and we can look forward to a nice mild Spring over the next few weeks.