Jan postal teams.First GP points of 2019
Thanks all for such a great turnout at the postal yesterday. Hopefully, you have all recovered from the shooting.
Below are the results from yesterday’s postal.
Matthew Howard…565, 60 hits, 29 tens.
Sarah Russell….572, 60, 35 t.
Richard Rowley….429, 60 h, 4 t.
John Hardman…..478. 60 h, 5 t.
Palmira Rowley….416. 60 h, 9 t.
Dave Judge….469, 60, 6
Richard Roberts….526, 60, 20.
Michael Anderson…..533, 60, 17
Steve Ware…..514, 60, 14
Mark Anstee…..497, 60, 7
Ian Cairncross…..530, 60, 15
Dawn Fowler…..521, 60, 13
Tom Barrance….457, 60, 9
Marc Dodge….548, 60, 15
Gary Herman…..490, 58, 4
Stephen Lampard….551, 60, 14
Paul Crane….568, 60, 28
Roy Russell….549, 60, 13
Cathy Barrance….547, 60, 10
Lesley Brown….534, 60, 13
Terry C…..572, 60, 32
Suzi B….569, 60, 29
Henry Barrance….456, 60, 3. Half way score 240, 30, 3
Daniel Herman….519, 60, 5. Half way score 263, 30, 4
1st session of the New Year is tomorrow (2nd Jan).
It’s a club shoot on Saturday.
Shooting a WA18 which is:
I know it sound complicated, but it really isn’t. As always there is plenty of help for those that have not shot a scoring round before. It’s a 2.30pm start so please try to get there early to help set-up and we’ll start shooting as close to 2.30 as we can.
Sunday 10.45am – 2nd Frostbite
Sunday sees our second frostbite. This is at the field from 10.45am set-up for approx 11am start.
For those that missed the first one, we shoot:
Then we might go for a pint in the Stone Jug!
Hope to see you over the weekend, for those that decide to do Andrew’s field shoot – have fun!
This is just a note to remind you all that our club session on Saturday 15th Dec 2.30pm – 4.30pm will be a Christmas Fun Shoot.
Everyone is invited, Christmas hats and jumpers are a must. As always with our Christmas fun shoot there will be music, nibbles and targets with a twist for archers to shoot at!!!
Please come along, there are prizes to be won for the best decorated bow and juniors are encouraged to design a Christmas target face for us to shoot at, the blank side of a target face is good for this.
In addition, there will be prizes to be won, which don’t necessarily need accuracy, just the ability to enjoy yourself and have fun.