BFTA GP4 Westfield

Discussion in 'Hunter (HFT) & Field Target (FT)' started by bigtree, Jun 11, 2010.

  1. bigtree

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    OK guys the course is out and it is good, very good with a scary wind.Look forward too seeing you all on Sunday,as you approach the coarse start humming the Jaws theme. T.
     
  2. berty177

    berty177 Judge Diva

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    roadtrip

    The Welsh r en route in a fun bus. Got a while to go till we get there mind but lets be having it then. Looking forward to a nite out before the serious bit starts tomorrow. Just make sure the guards that let everyone into Scotland dont pull us over with the variety of people on here theres the possibility we'd be sent back. See u all later..... Berty
     
  3. NJR 100

    NJR 100 Because I`m AWESIME !!

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    One less Tondu commando will be coming, thats me!

    Sorry my celtic friends for the late notice.

    hope the rest have a good day and That arms dealers Ev2 makes it past 50 shots this time out?


    Simon
     
  4. NJR 100

    NJR 100 Because I`m AWESIME !!

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    heard 44 was top from morning? Wet and Windy.

    Any other news?
     
  5. TOOL

    TOOL Independent FT Pumper

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    Wet ..................... wet ! :eek:

    Windy .................. windy ! :eek:
     
  6. Ripleysniper

    Ripleysniper Team Walther 2011

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    Fing wet

    Fing windy

    Fing bad score!!!!

    Fing long journey!!!!
     
  7. saltydog

    saltydog I smell something fishy

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    I feel ya brother but we keep going back for more :)
     
  8. steg

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    Fing agree with you

    Fing enjoyed it though :):):)

    (well done the Westfield guys...and the Scottish piper (how surreal... not to be outdone we'll have Grimethorpe Colliery Band out next time we have a GP in Yorkshire) And the Haggis burger was.... errrr.... a culinary experience not to be missed.
     
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  9. Ripleysniper

    Ripleysniper Team Walther 2011

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    That we do, we must love it !Or we are all soft?
     
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  10. RobF

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    Ha, and about an hour later, the afternoon session was wet... with sweat... sun shone, like a different place, but the wind was being tricky, swapped direction, the far end was being a sod as well... Andy stood on the top of the hill with 2, just as I and a few others had, and ended up 7, which was the best score of the afternoon session.

    Lovely course, quite tricky wind that took quite a bit more than expected... especially when it felt like it dropped... and i think that's what caught me out later, because i hadn't had a low wind lane.

    Fing lovely looking target placement. :D

    Well done to John and Conor, nice work on 44.
     
  11. Shaun

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    Thanks to all the Westfield members for an enjoyable day's shooting. :)
     
  12. bigtree

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    Rob just to let you know Andy equalled my score of 43 in the afternoon session. Trev.
     
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    And a big thanks to all who came to our shoot,hope everyone enjoyed it, i would also like to thank everyone who helped pull in the targets at the end of the day. Trev.
     
  14. RobF

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    ooh didn't know there was another 43 in...! Nice work...
     
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    Guys/Gals , Score cards all went back down south for Tony Cook to collate scores ,hope they will be with us soon .....from memory here a some scores .... Conor McFlynn and John Costello on a pair of 44 s Andy Calpin 43 in AA; Mick Brown on 42 in A and Trevor Davie on 43 in B grade , as much as I can remember at the moment , sorry folks should have written them down but was wet (sweat and tears ;)and tired by that point in proceedings , hope all that attended enjoyed and many thanks to all who helped in pulling in the course and to all the club members and other clubs members who helped with the smooth running of the day :):)Special thanks to Tom's catering lovelies who kept us fed and watered all day ;);)even us with no cash in our pockets :rolleyes::rolleyes::)
     
  16. RobF

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    Yep, sorry i couldn't hang around to help out... i think i was starting to feel i was getting a bit knackered and could do with getting on the road... a short stop for the ritual burger and I walked through the door at 1am, hit bed at 1.05am. 1000 miles under the belt and a GP in 36 hours. Good stuff :)

    As far as I can remember, myself, Neil Daniels, Rob O'Niell, yourself, and someone else snagged a 41. Paula had a 40. Chris Hill had a 38.
     
  17. NJR 100

    NJR 100 Because I`m AWESIME !!

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    Top 3 results now up on Bfta, well done to all.
     
  18. Steve Hughes

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    Hi Guys, the main scores are now up on the BFTA Site.

    Our Score guru Neale Marklew is away sunning himself so Ill try and post all the scores later today.

    Best wishes

    Steve Hughes
     
  19. RobF

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