Kibby Open Rnd 3 Results

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  1. stillwater

    stillwater Active Member

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    Thanks to all that attended today was good to see th springer guys.

    Results
    All scores are done on CB

    Open
    James McClachlan 55
    Kev Gaunt 55
    Simon Howarth 54
    Gav Howling 54
    Geoff Ryder 53
    Wayne Marriott 53
    Dave Hunter 53
    Neil Price 50
    Tim Siddons 50
    Paul Andrews 50
    Joe Starmer 49
    David Smith 49
    Chris Duplock 47
    Dave Whitside 47
    Finn Cochrane 47
    Mick Goss Snr 47
    Andy Dickson 44
    Patrick Conroy 43
    Paul Brittain 40
    Bernard Harris 33

    Ladies
    Theresa Reed 50
    Birgitte Vant 49
    Jill Cochrane 48
    Kathy Thompson 47
    Jenny Howling 46
    Hannah Underwood 41

    Junior
    James Howling 45
    Elliott Reed 42
    Bryn Evans 41
    Jamie Hourican 38

    Recoiling
    Simon Vant 54
    Lee Hartness 50 ('22)
    Roger Bentley 50
    Steve Whiting 49
    Steve Willingham 48
    Anne Higgins 48
    Kyle Hampton 47
    Mark Rhompson 46
    Bob Clay 45
    Tim Harris 44
    Alex Harkin 43
    Tim Bohr 42
    Ray Hampton 42
    Dai Hartness 40
    Levi Hawthorn 40
    Phil Russell 38
    Gary Duplock 37
    Greg Hensman 36
    Tom Willingham (Jnr) 34
    Clive Evans 33
    Dave Pughe 33
    Will Gabbott ('22) 32
    Andy Conroy 32
    Pul Burt DNF
     
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  2. Mrs H

    Mrs H Narnia Guide

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    An absolutely cracking shoot as ever, so thanks Kibby. Wonderfully challenging course, especially with those blooming wind pixies, we really need to find a way to curb their enthusiasm.
    Congrats to Vanty with that stonking 54 and to Rogb for finally breaking his year-long duck with unsupported standers; he annihilated that moose on his 2nd peg and couldn't stop grinning for the next 28.
     
  3. Toucan59

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    Thanks to the Kibby team for hosting this round.
    Great course, not so great wind.
    Well done to all the class winners today as those wins were earnt.
    See all you springer shooters at Springfield on Saturday the 13th July.
     
  4. LAity

    LAity Goed Geschoten

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    I am confused , I thought Kyle won that comp at the Worlds ?? He keeps telling me that he is Top Springer bloke ?? I am confused ??
     
  5. Sharpe

    Sharpe Semper fidelis

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    Had his bottom smacked by Ann Higgins, he usually pays for that sort of thing, but i'm relatively sure no monies changed hands ;

    What was that wind all about, well done Kibby.
    Not sure about that close one that appeared to be in a "black hole", I did kill it, but more luck than judgement methinks :)
     
  6. w-v-m

    w-v-m Member

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    That was fairly normal Geoff:eek:
     
  7. AND8D

    AND8D Doh!

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    Great shoot,horrible wind.Well done.
     
  8. rogb

    rogb Señor Member

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    Thanks Ann, it was great to finally get past the stander "wall". :D:D:D:D:D I would probably add it was more likely a wind-assisted splitter than any great marksmanship on my part but hey, it went over.
    Thanks to Kibby for a great course, apart from the "black hole of Calcutta" reducer that is:eek::)

    Thanks also to Kev G for good company and shooting and to Hartnesses for the lift:D Cheers!
     
  9. Tench

    Tench WHFTA World Champion 2016.

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    A great shoot with none of that difficult to judge light changing wind we see so often, you cant beat proper wind!
    Well done to Vanty, great score with a springer, to do it in those conditions is outstanding!
     
  10. stillwater

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    We do seem to have a problem with wind at Kibby, :eek:o must be all the beans we eat:rolleyes:
     
  11. Mrs H

    Mrs H Narnia Guide

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    And with a gun 10 years older than him :p
     

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