Discussion in 'Calender Events' started by Welsh Wizard, Sep 2, 2015.
Meon of rd 6
If Steve and Justin both get 100%'s this Sunday, they will both be on the same score heading into the final round due to the scores they drop...
Very interesting Rob.
Guess it just leaves one thing to sayâ€¦â€¦â€¦.Good Luck to Steve and everyone else shooting
No pressure then
Have you just dropped your gauntlet Woody
...no my dinner Chris!
Was there any 100% beef in it
Looks like you have your own close battle in A grade Chris, good luck to the both of you chaps fighting it out for that one.
It s not all about the AA s mate, a lot of people have their own personal challenges in all grades to conquer as it s coming to the end of W/L.
So get a good night sleep flower, I want to see you bright and on it tomorrow!
Looking forward to the shoot tomorrow mate,may the battle begin
Well a cracking course with a wind switching from side to side. No rain but the sun came out. If the wind is like that for the GP then it could be interesting.
Well done Meon.
Top score was a 38 from Woody I think.
All to play for in round 7 in two weeks
Thanks Meon for a cracking course,something for all,the wind was a pain,but besides that it was fun ,see you all in a fortnight.
Scores are up. Tight at the top, just a couple of targets in it and teams comp is again all to fight for.
Round 7 at NorthOxon for the final deciders!
now I have had a chance to recover - Scores updated - now sorted on best 5 scores from 6 (and a correction - d**n VLOOKUPs)
Thanks Neil, MEON & Mr Terry.
No stoppages at all today and despite being wet underfoot it was a very enjoyable course & is going to make a great GP location
Massive respect to Ali and the Meon crew and a big thank you to Neil for getting the results up super quick.
Thanks all to the Meon crew for the course and marshalling. Top work.
Now we have to work out what happens if Steve does next shoot what Justin did today. A win and the big J more than 2 behind has my calculator saying they are tied. And Bisley agf Buccs could tie the teams as well.
Thanks to Meon, you do have a cracking ground.
Thanks to Neil for the scores.
Roll on to North Oxon then for the final round in two weeks.
Well done to You all @ Meon to day & many thanks, endorse Andy's view, the wood's living up to it's 'charm' regards pellet travel
Figured out whats needed in the other grades as well (Probably got some maths wrong though!), A grade can go to any of the top 5
DON'T READ BELOW IF YOU DON'T WANT TO KNOW WHAT YOU NEED TO DO TO WIN!!
AA Grade: Justin Wood - Score 94.75% to be unbeatable
AA Grade: Stephen Privett - Score 100 to tie
A Grade: Glenn Newman - Score 97.1% to be unbeatable
A Grade: Chris Coombes - Score 87.13 or above & Glenn scores less then 84.21 / if Glenn scores > 84.21 then beat him by 2.92%
A Grade: David Hollingdale - Score 91.91 or above & Glenn scores less then 84.21 / if Glenn scores > 84.21 then beat him by 7.7%
A Grade: Mick Kelly - Score 91.99 or above & Glenn scores less then 84.21 / if Glenn scores > 84.21 then beat him by 7.78%
A Grade: Robert Montani - Score 92.4 or above & Glenn scores less then 84.21 / if Glenn scores > 84.21 then beat him by 8.19%
B Grade: Mike Spraggett - Score 86.71% to be unbeatable
B Grade: Neil Long - Score 92.26 or above & Mike scores less then 78.95 / if Mike scores > 78.95 then beat him by 13.31%
C Grade: Joshua Vaughan - Score 84.33% to be unbeatable
C Grade: Stephen Lucas - Score 88.66 or above & Josh scores less then 72.97 / if Josh scores > 72.97 then beat him by 15.69%
Josh said he would help you with your math does your head hurt now ?
There's a spread sheet for that, you know?
Great shoot at Meon on Sunday, thanks to all involved.
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