HFT at LV results Sept 2015

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  1. rogb

    rogb Señor Member

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    HFT at LV results Sept 2015

    Reproduced from LVAGC forum. Number crunching Clive and Alison - thanks for all the hard work.
    78 competitors!
    HFT Sept 2015

    Open

    Neil Wakelin 57 1st
    Ian Clarke 56 2nd
    Vince Holland 56 3rd
    Jill Cochrane 56
    Alex Honeywell 56
    Lee Hartness 55
    Fin Cochrane 55
    Will South 55
    Dan Sutton 54
    John Wheeler 54
    Barry Smith 54
    Geoff Ryder 54
    Bill Chaplin 53
    Paul Wetton 53
    Dean Auger 52
    Liz Osmand 52
    Harry Kalaydjian 52
    Glen Pickard 52
    Bob Brand 52
    Roger Bentley 51
    Ray Hampton 51
    Richard Blackshire 50
    Brian Tyndall 50
    Don Hartness 49
    Roger Lait 49
    Martin Slane 49
    Linda O'Malley 49
    Ian Bainbridge 49
    James Free 48
    Jeff Westley 48
    Jean Greatrex 48
    Keith Warburton 47
    Mel Wakelin 47
    Dave George 46
    James Stevens 44
    Mike Isaac 44
    Mike Carney 43
    Mike Averill 43
    Matt Jackson 42
    Andy Crawley 41
    Dez Morris 41
    Clive Presland 41
    Mike Salmon 41
    Lorraine Madley 41
    Alison Mansfield 38
    John Andrew 37
    Gerald Kiely 36
    Aljoso Kononenko 36
    Paul Goldsmith 36
    Steve Hermitage 36
    Ralph Currie 34
    Dave Welch 32
    Bob Truett 29
    Dennis Cole 28
    Lou Vetere DNF

    Springer
    Paul Burt 52 1st
    Rex Bennett 51 2nd
    Kyle Hampton 50 3rd
    Earl Lange 46
    Stuart Deeks 43
    Jamie Hourican 42
    Mal Gwynne 39
    Giles Tibbits 39
    Dave Mansfield 36
    Roger Foster 36
    David Kelly 26
    Matt Goodson DNF


    0.22
    Jeff Westley 48 winner
    James Stevens 44
    Dez Morris 41
    Steve Hermitage 40
    Mal Gwynne 39
    Paul Goldsmith 36
    Dave Mansfield 36
    Ralph Currie 34
    Lou Vetere DNF
    Matt Goodson DNF

    Junior
    Robby Cole 34 winner

    What a turnout. Some great scores at the top but clearly a testing course looking at those who fell by the wayside.
    As always thanks to the course setters and those who assisted with the clearing away.
     
  2. Sharpe

    Sharpe Semper fidelis

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    Well done Roger for sorting the scores :)
     
  3. matt goodson

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    Well done Finn :)

    Well done me! I managed to DNF twice in one shoot. Woohoo!
     
  4. rogb

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    Just seen that - excellent and needing a lot of special skills:D
    LV scores give the calibre and class for some reason so you get your achievments :rolleyes:listed twice
     
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  5. LAity

    LAity Goed Geschoten

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    Sorry to say that although the course was really good and the weather kind to say the least , I have never ever been so bored waiting around . I could have played and easy 18 holes in that time and I am a rubbish golfer . It was so so slow . Such a shame as everything was lovely yesterday . As I said , Course was really really good but the time between shots was ridiculous .O well :confused:

    LAity
     
  6. Wheelieneilie

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    Thank rogb for putting the scores up on shooting the breeze.
     
  7. Tench

    Tench WHFTA World Champion 2016.

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    You have been spoilt at too many shoots with 2 people on every other peg! :D


    Well done Fin, cracking score!
     
  8. Will south

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    Thought it was a great shoot, some great scores all round and well done too the main man again great shooting again mate! Time wise it was fine bit longer than the normal but it was fine and a good day shooting, why rush when having fun!
     
  9. MTA

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    But we still got away earlier than the event you organised at the same venue. You need to chill out , enjoy the scenery and study the next targets while you wait. If you really feel the need to run round the course take up Biathlon ( Now that could add originality to the Masters).
     

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