warwickshire open results 2012

Discussion in 'News and Results' started by chrispro97, Apr 22, 2012.

  1. chrispro97

    chrispro97 New Member

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    open winner and warwickshire champ dean burfoot of harriers,scores are out of 40
    aa grade
    1st dean burfoot 36
    2nd andy calpin 34 half the bloody coarse kneeling and standing
    3rd marc fisher 33
    4th john cox 32
    5th andy gillot 31
    neil daniels 31
    dave harrison 31
    6th john harris 30
    7th nick murphy 29 shooting piston
    kevin sayers 29
    roger dyson 29
    daz tomes 29
    8th neil thorncroft 28
    9th russ spencer 23
    mark charlton 23
    10th mark brewitt 22 piston
    11th simon higgins 18 piston sft
    a grade
    1st willbe baskerfield 35
    2nd adam walsh 34
    3rd steve lloyd 30
    4th val szulc 29
    danny webb 29
    carl davis 29
    5th rob long 28
    6th terry southern 26
    7th john sears 20
    8th mitch tomes 19
    9th jim vickers 18
    alan king
    b grade
    1st debbie clarke 28
    2nd jim carter 27
    3rd clive pearson 26
    4th sue swift 23
    5th eddie williams 21
    6th ian burton 20
    bill peat 20
    7th steve fiddler 18
    8th phil riches 16
    c grade
    1st lloyd harvey 21
    2nd craig frost 20
    3rd cloe jackson 19
    4th conner walsh 16
    5th molly 14
    6th craig robbins 9

    silos
    1st nick murphy 16 piston
    2nd neil daniels 15
    andy calpin 15
    3rd john cox 14


    golden bunny adam walsh

    hope u enjoyed the shoot very tricky wind ands a big well done to dean burfoot warwickshire champ 2012
     
    Last edited: Apr 22, 2012
  2. Bill Peat

    Bill Peat TALLENTLESS PUMPERTEER

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    well done Dean 2012 warwickshire open champion. nice shooting in testing conditions, coarse spot on for conditions
     
  3. DeanB

    DeanB Member

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    Thanks

    Thanks for the really good course and to Simon H for the company.

    Just a lucky day - got home, partially stripped the gun, cleaned the barrel, put back together, started to rain so no time to zero. Tried one shot down the garden, partially obscured 55 yarder - down she went from a standing shot! As I said, a lucky day.

    Cheers.

    Dean
     
  4. SIMONH

    SIMONH Giddy Kid

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    Cheers mate, nice to meet you

    Great shooting

    Si
     
  5. Suzukiphil

    Suzukiphil Member

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    good days shooting, thanks to the Purley team for an interesting course, well done to the prize winners particulary Dean, great score on a tricky day.
     
  6. swiftysue

    swiftysue A sip of tea in the ocean

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    great thanks

    great day at Purley today, great course.and very interesting conditions. Well done to all for ta:)king part.
     
  7. springer34

    springer34 anschutz 9003

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    Nice day at purley on sunday very good course, although ive only shot at the greyhound so i dont know too much about ft as im new to it all, looking forward to my first season this winter p.s bill hope you didnt hurt yourself rolling down lane 1!! where theres no sense there is no feeling mate....:D
     
  8. Neil-T

    Neil-T Boingers forever.

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    Thanks guys

    Super mornings shooting in testing conditions, course was excellent as always at Purley. Well done to Dean for the win. Well done also to my mate Will for a superb 35 in A grade and second place overall. I shot with Andy Calpin and at least 18-20 of his shots were taken either kneeling or standing.......well he has to give us mere mortals a bit of a chance.
     

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