Archived from November 29th
PLEASE NOTE: The Christmas shoot is Wednesday 14th not the 20th as originally planned and reported.
A cold morning but well worth wrapping up for as I thought they were a super mix of tagets this week. Nothing that couldn't be hit with a well placed ounce of lead.
Once again, Bob Warder was on top form with 63 broken targets, beating, Len, the runner up by 4 extra kills. Steve Honner took the Bronze position by beating Julian Waszczak's similar 54 on handicap difference. Peter Johnson popped in a super 46, almost 5 better than his average, to take the Handicap topspot. Well done Peter. Bob Warder took the Handicap Silver with Len Sandford taking the Handicap Bronze spot.
An interesting shoot at South Worcester, only three of us but each turned up with a Beretta Semi Auto. Tony Gray was Scratch top gun with a score of 81. Jonathan Skelding was runner up just 4 targets behind. Len trailed in with a modest 72. The scratch positions exactly matched the Handicap results. Xmas shoot on the 13th. Keith our webmeister has added the following in the hope that it will help his photographic record of the day.
Dodgers, as this is the last but one newsletter before the Christmas extravaganza may I ask a couple of favours. The website is a useful tool for providing the scores and a copy of the weekly newletter for casual reference. As a website, it does lack pictures to liven it up. Each Christmas shoot, I pop along and take photos and video clips of the medals ceremony. Last year, some medal winners were not able to stay long enough to receive their gongs, making for holes in what I was photographing. Can we try and get a friend to collect on their behalf?. Last year I asked if we could have a group shot of the Dodgers on the car park before the shoot commenced and clearly the message was not universally distributed as no photo could be organised..THIS YEAR. Can we have a group shot before you begin please?
Secondly. it would be appreciatef if medal winners would remember as they are presented, to take a moment to look at the fat bald bloke with the cameras and hold up the medals, shake hands with the old geezer presenting them. It takes a few seconds and will be reflected in a photo slideshow maybe even a video on the site before new year.