2010 Europeans Names & Lanes / Marshaling Rota

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  1. Neale M

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  2. mikewills8904

    mikewills8904 walthers last the course

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    cant seem to find the entry list , where is it
     
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    2010 EUROPEANS
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    AM FIRST NAME SURNAME BFTA No
    LANE 1 1 Ian Taylor 40053
    2 Andy Calpin 40092
    3 Greg Ferson GF

    LANE 2 4 David Penman 30043
    5 Neil Daniels 20352
    6 Dermot Ross DPR

    LANE 3 7 Robert O`Neill 10587
    8 Andrew Gillott 20533
    9 Connor McFlynn 50604

    LANE 4 10 James Osborne 20692
    11 John Costello jnr 40861
    12 Andras Fekete-Moro 21413

    LANE 5 13 Luke Williamson 20475
    14 Alan Chambers 30060
    15 Mark Fisher 20135

    LANE 6 16 Mark Bassett 50057
    17 Craig McDonald 70757
    18 Dorian Falconer 50062

    LANE 7 19 Chris Briscoe 70696
    20 Phil James 20097
    21 Dave Schofield 10167

    LANE 8 22 David Jackman 71050
    23 Neale Marklew 20528
    24 Richard Shaw 40762

    LANE 9 25 Mike Williams 50501
    26 Craig Todd 70099
    27 Kevin Sayers 20166

    LANE 10 28 David Hollingdale 70131
    29 John Harris 20002
    30 Steve Page 20184

    LANE 11 31 Mark Charlton 20578
    32 Barry Warren 71083
    33 Terry Almond 10161

    LANE 12 34 Charles Morrison 60514
    35 Steve Mason 20037
    36 Andy Sizer AS

    LANE 13 37 John Cox 20321
    38 Nigel Nixon 653
    39 Nick Murphy 20122

    LANE 14 40 Bobby Banks 20088
    41 Neil Rogers 50548
    42 Bob O`Neill 10123

    LANE 15 43 James Woodhead 60
    44 Dave Harrison 20003
    45 Andy Finnigan 10272

    LANE 16 46 Trevor Ryan 40076
    47 Keith Worboyes 70813
    48 Des Edwards 20114

    LANE 17 49 David Hill 10588
    50 Scott Robinson 41950
    51 Jack Harris 50593

    LANE 18 52 Christopher Hill 10589
    53 James Lindley 40915
    54 Russ Spencer 40091

    LANE 19 55 Paula Schofield 10168
    56 Carl Davies 20028
    57 Ian Stoddart 20577

    LANE 20 58 Chris Large 20176
    59 Tony Fouracres 60278
    60 Simon Higgins 41975

    LANE 21 61 Steve Wilson 10746
    62 Carl Hill 21145
    63 Michael Brown 20460

    LANE 22 64 James Griffiths 20115
    65 Nigel Hayman 50063
    66 Callum Lindley 40914

    LANE 23 67 Jason Harris 50594
    68 Mitchell Tomes 21363
    69 Darren Tomes 20885

    LANE 24 70 Lance Garwood 70298
    71 Jonathan Noon 40046
    72 Mick Woodhead 59

    LANE 25 73 Barry McDonald 70756
    74 Anthony Johnson 21291
    75 Darren Moore 20527

    LANE 1A 76 Mick Chapman 40747
    77 Peter Moore 20231
    78 Paul Ekins 30247
    LANE 1B 79 Ted Skingle 70153
    80 Jenny Taylor 80929
    81 Beryl Noon 40045

    PM
    LANE 1 82 Dario Gusmeroli I1
    83 Shaun Shore 21181
    84 David Purcell 562

    LANE 2 85 Mark Shepherd 50134
    86 Karl Clarke 20454
    87 Alex Boddy 71164

    LANE 3 88 Justin Wood 1065
    89 Tony Glazier 70898
    90 Martin Jones 50403

    LANE 4 91 Mick Kelly 791
    92 John Waterfield 21137
    93 Michael G Cotter 70911

    LANE 5 94 Phil Lawrence 70689
    95 William Baskeyfield 21347
    96 Michael E Cotter 70912

    LANE 6 97 Stephen R Hughes 10483
    98 Neil Hague 42034
    99 Trevor Davie 30530

    LANE 7 100 Jeremy Sayce 10030
    101 David O`Connor 70769
    102 Donald Old 1067

    LANE 8 103 Alan Jackson 10844
    104 Alec. J Gibbs 60537
    105 Barry Smith 60519

    LANE 9 106 Mark Brewitt 21123
    107 Dean Jukes 50660
    108 Jim Bicknell 164

    LANE 10 109 Sam Barr 10518
    110 Mark Camoccio 829
    111 Steve Chubb 50060

    LANE 11 112 Simon Francis 21311
    113 David Robinson 41529
    114 George Ross 30524

    LANE 12 115 Steve Kociumbas 50292
    116 Andrew Coleman 80764
    117 Mick Tromans 20362

    LANE 13 118 Jim Nee 21070
    119 Natalie McDonagh 70982
    120 Steve Parker 10720

    LANE 14 121 Roy Boliver 21287
    122 Lillias Davie 30531
    123 Phil Gee 21288

    LANE 15 124 Carl Holdsworth 21032
    125 Andrew Slade 402
    126 Lee Howseman 21298

    LANE 16 127 Paul Tyler 70886
    128 Paul Dunwoody 10798
    129 Peter Jacob 50641

    LANE 17 130 Kevin Jones 21375
    131 John Kociumbas 50540
    132 Anthony J Holt 10687

    LANE 18 133 Dean Knapper 10677
    134 Tom Gould 50053
    135 Carl Knapper 10635

    LANE 19 136 Simeon Georgiev B2
    137 Mark Huckle 1285
    138 Paul Holland 21128

    LANE 20 139 Bozhidar Chudomirov B1
    140 Wesley Knapper 10678
    141 John Sears 21509

    LANE 21 142 Tracey Williamson 42225
    143 Debbie Clarke 20453
    144 Robert Woodward 42226

    LANE 22 145
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    LANE 23 148
    149
    150
    LANE 24 151
    152
    153
    LANE 25 154
    155
    156
    LANE 1A 157
    158
    159
    LANE 1B 160
    161
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  4. mikewills8904

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    thanks simon
     
  5. Ripleysniper

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    Doesn't seem to be so many contenders from outside the UK this year?
     
  6. NJR 100

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    I was thinking the same.

    Is there a reason the Euros is held at weston park each year and not other venues, countries?

    It struck me that say when the worlds is in some far off place that most Uk shooters cant afford to attend, the Euros could be a nice week away say in Spain /Greece etc.
     
  7. luger

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    When the Euros are always held in the UK they cant really be considered as Euros can they? :rolleyes:

    I think if they are held in different countries like Simon said with a rotation pattern as the FT Worlds, this might generate more interest among other FT shooters around Europe.
     
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  8. Conor

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    Last year the worlds was only a week after the Euros, this year it's two weeks. I think either the Euros or preferably the Worlds should be moved to give a bigger gap between events.
    Conor
    P.S. The irish Open has 70 odd competitors in 2007, there was a Steyr for 1st prize. the following year was the Worlds in Ireland just over 100 attended. Travelling seems to be the issue for many.
     
  9. NJR 100

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    I would move the Euro to the april Inters /regonal dates and make the Weston park weekend the inters weekend.
    Could have a "regional" comp one day and a Club team event the other?
     
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    I guess its always held at Weston Park so it runs along side the Midland game fair as the HFT worlds are held at Kelmarsh country fair.
     
  11. berty177

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    Andy,

    You are right, this is the reason this competition is run on these dates.

    I dont understand why you would want to change things about, the people on here making comments about having another competition abroad do not travel to the countries where the Worlds are held already.

    How much money do you think we got to spend on the sport???


    Berty
     
  12. luger

    luger Malta's GOS!!!

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    Berty, I travelled to South Africa last year for the Worlds and the only reason I'm not off to Hungary this year is coz all my cash has been spent to finish my house! As to previous years............well I only started FT a couple of years ago. :rolleyes:

    Why should the Europeans always be held year after year in the UK? Thats fine for you as you live there but what about non UK FT shooters? :rolleyes: For a non UK shooter it gets boring to travel every year to the same country to take part in the Europeans. Thats why so few non UK shooters are taking part this year. Well at least that is my reasoning!
     
  13. Mr P

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    I may be wrong but i think you will find the european field target championships was originated by the gun trade association (Air Guns) and i do beleive that they as an whole own the rights to the competion. The fact that the shoot is at western park and the midland game fair only adds to the competition, this being probably the only shop window for field target, as for the rest it is always in england and everyone knows this so if you want to play you know where you need to go and with the sponsorship that Mr Ian Hartford gives guestimated at about £4300.00 (approx 145shootersx £30.00) their is no cash prizes to this tune in any other event
     
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    luger Malta's GOS!!!

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    You might be right here but if thats the case they should stop calling it the Europeans then :p:p:p:D:D:D:D
     
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    I would think that when the European championships started, 99.9% of FT shooters were British, so it made sense to hold the championships in the UK.
    As FT has spread, the justification for holding the event somewhere else in Europe grows.
    However, even now, I would guesstimate that the Euros attract 80-90% of Europe's top FT shooters and, as Steve has said, many thousands of pounds of sponsorship/income.
    If you can guarantee the same level of sponsorship, competition, and organisation, then I'm sure we'd all be happy to see the Euros held in another country.
    And, by the way, as its a championship, and open to all Europeans, why should it be called something else?
     
  16. Mr P

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    In 2005 the world championships was held at western park, the euro's at i think Hiclare castle near newbury at the worlds their was just over 300 shooters takeing part,2006 i think was poland approx 100 shooters
    2007 tennessee appprox 100 shooters 2008 N Ireland again approx 100 shooters and last year SA again approx 100 shooters. I can not ever remember their being less than 120 shooters ever attending the euro's
    this year being 145+ now this being half as many again as the last World Championships what would be the point in turning this into another poorley attended competition with nothing to do but shoot eat and drink?
    Ps Northern Ireland as probably has got the strictist gun laws in the world but getting the ticket was simple and free. some of the lads have had loads of hassle and added costs getting their guns into europe.
     
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    Made even worse steve as we cannot get a european firearms passes for our rifles so making travelling abroad impossible without hassel.
     
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    This is my point chris, i flew to SA last year no hassle no stupid permits that you have to convince the world and his mother about and even when i went to the USA in 2007 it could not have been any easier i just downloaded a letter from the organisers presented it at US customs they took the gun serial No and said have a nice day totally hassle free. If the guys in europe want these events it should be the organisers who sort out any other paperwork out, the irish lads could not have been any more helpful bar loading my gun with the pellet for me.
     
  19. TonyF

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    Quite right Steve, from the results I have it shows in 2007 there were 153 shooters, 2008 = 155 and in 2009=149 so always a very well attended event.
     
  20. CharlieM

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    Another key thing re the Euros is it is organised by BFTA and not the Country FTA's.

    If it moved about in Europe it would need all the relevant European countries to form a committee to arrange the event.......think that would work as effectively as the BFTA run it :rolleyes:

    All of which is irrelevant as I can't imagine for a minute that BFTA would consider dropping the Euros and nor should they it is without question the most public engaging FT event in the world and the extra value provided by the fantastic relationship BFTA has with Countryman Fairs is beyond financial value.
     

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