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20th May 2018

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THANK YOU FOR THE FEEDBACK.

This Sundays Shoot was slightly different, a 64 Bird sporting for only £2 more than the 50 bird sporting.

The setup prompted various comments, such as ‘challenging and the set-up suited all levels’. 

Others said that stand 3, ‘was ridiculously too fast’.

A very experienced shooter (Ron Forster) pointed out shooting clays ‘should not be an eye test’. Which is sensible and to the point. 

‘Great setup, especially stand 9 were the clay followed the hill into the valley’ was another unprompted comment. (Thanks Christian)

I really appreciate any feedback (constructive preferably). It’s important to the club to be a fun place to shoot clays, we are still learning and aiming (small pun intended) to always improve. 

Thanks to everyone for the feedback so far, please continue helping the club with suggestions and feedback.

The next shoot will be similar in that we are trying to move away from the cutting.

The pool shoot was a surprise, particularly for Dave Ellis who won it. Again, Dave claimed he hadn’t shot very well on the sporting – now look how happy is he in the picture below. The scores for this shoot are further down the page. 

The next shoot is on Sunday 3rd June, see you all then with hopefully more sunshine!

     

Pos

Name

Score

1

Paul Goodman

51

2

Ian Berry

48

3

Ron Forster

44

4

Greg Byrne

42

5

Christian Pyton

42

6

Steve Jones

40

6

Dave

35

7

Dave

32

7

Gill Clarke

32

8

Mick Clarke

32

9

Jim

24

10

Paul

22

11

Paul

19

11

 

 

11

 

 

12

 

 

13

Average Score

38

14

 

 

 

64 bird sporting topgun 1

Paul Goodman top gun on the 51/64 bird sporting.

Pictured here on the pool shoot.

Pool shoot winner 6th May jpg (2)

Dave Ellis enjoying the pool shoot.

6 th May pool shoot score_121820