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Countryman Fairs After Dark Series Round 5

Discussion in 'News and Results' started by Toucan59, Dec 15, 2010.

  1. Toucan59

    Toucan59 Member

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    Countryman Fairs After Dark Series

    Round 5

    We all thought this couldn't get any harder, then we arrived at our first pegs to find that Cleve had painted all of the faceplates blue, which added another element of difficulty to shooting HFT in the dark. Most of us were struggling to find our crosshairs against the blue targets, but we did manage to get round with some decent scores coming in at the end.

    Name Score +Handicap Scratch Total H/cap Total
    1 Darren Quincey 37 0 100 100
    2 Richard Woods 34 0 91.80 91.80
    3 Simon Vant 33 0 89.10 89.10
    4 Alan Moss 30 5 81.00 94.50
    5 Lloyd Davies 29 3 78.30 86.40
    6 Alex Larkin 28 3 75.60 83.70
    7 Ray Hampton 28 1 75.60 78.30
    8 Richard Cunningham 27 4 72.90 83.70
    9 Ian Bainbridge 26 5 70.20 83.70
    10 Jim Lowe 22 5 59.40 72.90
    11 Graham Sowersby 9 5 24.32 37.84
     
  2. LAity

    LAity Goed Geschoten

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    So nobody Rinsed the Quince then?? I am shocked!!! he goes from one extreme to another. Well done boss , nice shooting.

    LAity
     
  3. Lloyd_D

    Lloyd_D New Member

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    Good course, tricky conditions and long for the heavy cal.

    I did think and hear more than a few FFS's :D
     
  4. DarrenQ

    DarrenQ New Member

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    Not rinsed for a week.

    i am still convinced it's paralax error and luck.

    Darren.
     
  5. Rift

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    I loved the blue faceplates and constant drizzle....:eek:
    Knew my lucky streak would come to a sudden stop.
    Very well done to the top scorers, amazing.

    Can I have my old handicap back please, with a few added!

    All said and done enjoyed it as ever.

    Thanks guys

    Rift
     
  6. Lloyd_D

    Lloyd_D New Member

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    Drizzle's good for windage :eek:
     
  7. Toucan59

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    So are Tears and dribble
     

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