It was a shame to say not many entries, but saying that there was a lot of shooting going on all over the country, so people were a little short on the ground. Hey ho, we just have such a busy season. Trying not to interfere with other shoots is very hard.
The day was a nice sunny day for the most part, a slight wind over the shoulder on occasions would just alter the odd bird enough to catch you out. Reasonable scores were coming in but the last squad went out with Philip Barnard in it and he shot 95 – the best score of the day by far. Enough to win the trophy for the second time in three years. Well done that man! The vets went to Richard Croft with an admirable 90. The juniors was won by Sam Hall with 82. No ladies contested it this year so the trophy is held in keeping for next year. Thanks to Cambridge Gun Club for their support and help in providing the venue for us again.