Discussion in 'Hunter (HFT) & Field Target (FT)' started by Baltipal, Jun 21, 2009.
Any news at all?
where were you then?
One of your guys made a good show for you, forgot his name though, the guy who takes the Staffie dog with him.
Sadly for the Sywell crew, who had put a good course out it ,was a low turnout unfortunately, Mr Giillot came
2nd with 45 beaten to first by 1 point by a young man whose name I did not catch.
glorously sunny day with the usual sywell wind always ready to prey on the unwary, a gemntle breeze at most but caused some dismayed looks on many faces, on the bank the classic "s" shaped strings were confusing a few.
Ian took first in B, followed by Rob Long, personally I had a shootoff for third and after both of ius dropping one on sitters movd onto kneelers, my opponant missed the shorter target and got the later 45 yarder, fortunately I got the short one as well to clinch it.
C grade and Juniors put in very good scores, I think a junior was either low forties or very high thirties, either way top shooting.
So all in glad you didn't make it as you have been beating my scores and would have had a shot at taking some glass home!
Many thanks to Sywell for the shoot and the weather. And if your guy can train that Staffie to score then he's onto a winner!
See you at Byley.
Bugger... didn't know it was on...!
(oh well... had to do the father's day thing with the missus)
That would be the ever smiling Ian Stoddard, 43 & top in A, I hear.
Same here, usual excellent advertising???? If we don't know its on, we can't come
Shame really, I was at a loose end yesterday :-(
A certain Mr John Chopping won this shoot with 46 ex 50.
Excellent shoot as it always has been and heard of it well before the 100.
Knew i blew it by missing the 16 yard stander and another unforgiveable shot making a respectable 44, would have been happy with a 48. So thats two of us from Millride.
I would say then it sounds like there was money on it then, and they didn't want the competition... ... but then saying that, if you Jon hears the rustle of notes there's no stopping him, so it's a moot point
not stating the obvious but has been on the front of the bfta site for a while
saying that who ever notices any notices on the notice's board
well done to those that attended and hopefully will attend next time
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