swefta trophy shoot

Discussion in 'General Airgun Chat' started by dae2830, Nov 13, 2011.

  1. dae2830

    dae2830 Member

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    just a thank you to EVERYONE for this season,its been a fun year:D

    thanks to all the folks behind the scenes doing all the paper work thing stuff:D

    look forward to the agm next friday,hopefully we get a good turn out and keep progressing forward.
     
  2. rich

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    Yes, this was today a really enjoyable shoot.

    No prizes or big issues hung on the result so we could all relax and enjoy the day.

    Well done to Lloyd for the changes to the course that we shot in the summer, that was good but a touch too unforgiving, and this had a better balance for all shooters. Top score was 35 on an almost wind-free day so it was enough to test us all.

    Re: paperwork and behind the scenes, much appreciate the kind words, and I think it's fair to say the old boys would be pleased to see younger pups snapping at their heels to take on some of these jobs. :D
     
  3. dae2830

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    there has been some nattering going on ref these positions arising,see what the agm brings.someone has to do them or we wont have a swefta ;)
     
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    rich Active Member

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    For those who would like to see them, here are the scores put in on the main FT comp. There were only two entrants in the piston FT comp, Ian Penrose with 26 and Alf Rowe with 15.

    Bob Eddy 35 + 3
    Steve Franklin 35 + 3
    Ken Manley 34 + 3
    Rich Clark 33 + 4
    Trevor Bray 32 + 4
    Rob Taylor 31 + 5
    Jeff Harraway 31
    Alec Gibbs 29 + 4
    Graham Noyce 28 + 5
    Garry Marshall 28 + 4
    Paul Salmon 28 + 3
    Tim Clarke 28 + 1
    Nigel Palmer 27 + 4
    Mike Warrington 27 + 3
    Dave Cooling 25 + 4
    Chris Martyn-Jones 25
    Alan Burnham 23 + 4
    Roger Beer 23 + 3
    Pete Montanez 22 + 3
    Pete James 22 + 1
    Rob Meatyard 21 + 2
    Rudi Gerlach 21 + 1
    Rod Davis 20 + 3
    Jeremy Stamp 20
    Damien Hewings 15

    Top slot went to Bob Eddy on the toss of of a coin.

    Proceeds from the day amounted to £200 which will be going to Help for Heroes.
     

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