Archived from October 11th
Another apology this week for an inaccurate score being logged for Gary Griffiths a couple of weeks ago I short changed him 10 targets. Corrected now Gary. Considering the dire weather forcast for last week, we had a good turnout fot H&W. Bob Warder took the scratch Gold medal with an excellent 64 broken targets. Just one behind was Julian Waszczak who's 63 took the silver medal spot. Drew Beamont took the scratch bronze position with his best score of the year to date. His 62 was just a single target behind Julian. Some great handicap scores again this week. Roy Kitchen took the Gold medal after beating his season's average by 13 targets.Drew Beaumont was just over a point behind to take the Handicap Silver position. Dave Gee returned to form by taking the Handicap Bronze place with his best score this year. A great 50 David. '
The threat of an afternoon downpour thinned out the S W. turnout so getting round was an absolute doddle. (Coffin Dodgers were in their usual short supply) Len took the scratch topspot with 81 broken tarrgets. Geoff Pomroy was runner up just 3 targets behind with John Griffiths another 3 behind Geoff in the Bronze position. John's 77 was his best score since 2019, and took the Handicap top spot by 9 shots. Well done John. Len was handicap runner up beating Geoff by 3 points. Once again, if anyone wants to give it a go at S.Worcester after their Butlers shoot, let Len know and he can probably arrange a lift to the ground and back.