A Ladies’ Team pulled together at the last minute, consisting of Sarah Christensen and Michele Conway was entered into the National Intercounties All Round at Northampton S.G. ……reader…we won! Michele Conway also bagged lady High Gun. It was a very close match with Sarah and Michele beating the runners up, Northamptonshire, at their home ground by just two targets.
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We’ve had some fantastic shooting put in by some of our County shooters in regional and national events.
Our Juniors of Kieran , Taylor , And Archie finished just 2 targets behind the winning team at the National Intercounties Sporting last Sunday at Orston . Not sure what else went on at the moment. Well done lads super job.
The latest results for the Cambs Supreme Champion are now in including the results from Cambs Sporttrap. Full results so far see here
This year Olympic Skeet was kindly hosted by Aaron and Natasha Heading at The Priory GC. Four Cambridgeshire shooters took part: Freddy Killander won on 96 and Tony Randall took Vets’ on 47.
Some more very good shooting took place, bearing in mind all the shooters taking part could be classed as part time ABT Shooters doing it only a few times a year, but you wouldn’t know it as the standard was top drawer. Also added to the fact that many had to travel from here to Northampton and some the other way on the same day to take part in the Intercounties All Round.
One such shooter was Philip Barnard on the last squad of the day but this didn’t stop him from posting a 93 and the winning score just pipping Richard Morris by 1 and Paul Ward by 2. Richard Morris took the Senior title so didn’t go home empty handed. So that was 93/92/91, how close was that !! Paul Ward shot the only 25 straight as well. Well shot gents. The ladies went to Hazel Whiten who did on the way overcome all the other top ladies in Cambridgeshire getting an 80, (just pipping me), well shot Hazel. The Vets was taken by Tim Jones with an 87 and Tim was at one point on 48 from the first 50. The Colts was taken by the ever improving 12 year old, Ethan Lord, with a 65 using a 20 bore semi firing only one shot, very impressive. Well done all of you and many thanks to Priory for their hospitality.
[Thanks to Allan Wright for the report]
Held at Cambridge Gun Club on the August Bank Holiday weekend, which was run over both days. What a mixed weekend it was, very cold, very windy, and as if that wasn’t enough we had rain as well. But the rough weather didn’t do enough to stop Marcus Lord and Chris Morris from posting a pair of 96’s. Both shot on the Sunday, so that made it a fair result.
The ladies was taken by Michele Conway with an 84 and the Vets to the solid Peter Cook with a 92. The battle of the younger ones was taken by Ethan Lord just pipping Julian Berridge, Ethan shot 76 and Julian shot 74, but as it happens Julian has just moved into Junior status so both had trophies to take home. I can’t remember the last time this shoot was contested by both colt and junior categories so perhaps things are looking up for us.
Apart from the Championship Title which was shared between both Marcus and Chris there was the senior title also being shared for the year. Many thanks to Cambridge GC for their hospitality.
This was another wintery affair with Saturday being very cold and windy and Sunday very cold windy, and with some rain thrown in for good measure. It would be nice to get it right for once but In the British Isles never. But as a spectator over both days it was very exciting to watch and the weather didn’t stop Taylor Hedgecock from showing his class and doing what he does best at busting clays and that’s what he did. He shot a 94 and that was super in the conditions with very testing targets. So Taylor wins another Cambridgeshire Championship and also the Juniors.
The Vets was a very close thing with Tony Leonard and Michael Fryer both shooting 89 followed very closely by Brian Dunbavin, Alan Stronge, Peter Simpson and Gordon Webster all covered by 4 clays. As the top two had gone we used the count back system so it was Tony who is our county Vets Champ.
The Ladies was also close with Holly Dugan posting a 76 on Sat and in that wind that was a very good score indeed, but on the last squad on Sunday Ami Hedgecock came in with a 77 so took the Ladies and Colts, not for the first time I might add. Just to inform, that the Sportrap trophy turned up this year after a ten year absence, and it was one I donated many years ago, so all that history has been returned to us.
Super shooting folks and thanks to CGC for your hospitality.
Both days were much the same weather wise and we got away without any rain which was a result as most of the country did get wet.
This shoot clashed with the Inter counties Skeet at Northampton, so unfortunately we did lose some entries, but never the less we had a good few shooters and the standard was top notch. On the Saturday, Philip Barnard went home with a 92. Having spoken to him he felt he should have done better, and that proved to be the case as on the Sunday David Hewitt Hulin also shot a 92. As Philip was flying the flag for the county at Northampton he couldn’t get back for a shoot off, giving David the well earned title of County Champion. The Vets title was also a very close affair with 5 shooters within 1 target, with Richard Croft coming out on top. For Amelia Smith, it is her first year as a competitor and in fact she hasn’t been shooting a year yet, so she will be happy with the County Ladies Championship to take home. Results are:
County Champion David Hewitt Hulin 92
Ladies Champion Amelia Smith 67
Vets Champion Richard Croft 83
Colts Champ Samuel Halls 78
AA Class Chris Morris 80
A Class Mark Adams 90
B Class Philip Barnard 92
C Class Jason Pereira 85
This weekend was when the wind and gales started and some shoots were called off, but not the Cambridgeshire FITASC, being run not for the first time at the lovely Grimsthorpe Estate Shooting Ground. We are used to wind here in the east so the weekend was as we expected. Bearing in mind the weather, some very good shooting took place. Our Mark Stevenson shot a 78 followed very closely by Dan Mawby, recently being upgraded to senior category as his age determined. Performing well, Dan is picking up wins where ever he travels. Dan shot 76. The top Vet was Tony Leonard with a 74. Unfortunately, no Ladies or Juniors entered this year, but 14 Cambs shooters entered in total. So many thanks lads for flying the flag. Thank you also to everyone at Grimsthorpe for holding the event.