Summer Series 2018

2018 Summer Series dates are 26th May, 16th June, 14th July, 18th August and 8th September (Annual BBQ afterwards).

Teams have now been announced. Please make an effort to support your team for these slightly different fun shoots. Its the B and C grade shooters who ultimately gain the points for their team.
Scores are collated from the top scorer from each team in A grade, Springer and the top three scores from B and C grade. Trophies for all winning team members as well as an individual “Top Gun” for each round will be awarded. Please be on time for a prompt 1-30 start.
If you wish to help put out the course please be on site at 12.30.
Remember it is vital that the target number and relevant score on cards correspond because there is an eliminator lane system in place to prevent shoot offs. Dates and teams are here — Summer Series 2018 – Handout -__ Dates

Results are here:- summer series 2018 email

Round 1 – 26th May
A good turnout and some lovely weather made for a very pleasant shoot with good scores especially from some C grade shooters. Well done David Elvin for an excellent 38/40 who is Top Gun today. Lets hope the next round will be as good.

Round 2 – 16th June
Another good turnout sees Team J win again! Well done (again) to David Elvin with a superb 39/40. Very little wind to worry about this shoot but just enough to make you wonder whether to give some or not – usually not!

Round 3 – 14th July

A very hot day made shooting in the meadow quite a task. No wind worth mentioning again. Team J wins once again by 1 point so very close. Top Gun is John Haylett with 36 + 5 eliminators. Well done everybody for braving the heat — it won’t last!

 Round 4 – 18th August

A reasonable wind today and a longer course stopped the very high scores coming in. Well done Kathy J hiting all 10 standers and kneelers on the silhouettes. Its a lost cause now for Team M who cannot win the series but we can still compete for individual trophies. Top gun today was Simon Ayres with 36/40.


Round 5 – 8th September

Last round brought some cooler weather and a slight wind. A longer course this time has lowered the scores all round. Team J has won the series and strangely both teams scored exactly the same as the last round. Top gun was Ian Button  with a 36/40. We finished the afternoon with our annual BBQ so a big thank you for all who took part.