11th/12th August 2018 – Cambridgeshire All Round – Cambridge GC

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.

Tony Randal (L) and Jason Pereira (centre)
Amelia Smith

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:

David hewitt Hulin & Carol Adams
Mark Adams AR 2018

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


Cambridgeshire Sporting

Cambridge Gun Club 21st May 2017

The day was a super day for shooting, and it was good to see so many top shots on a course that us mere mortals thought very testing.  The course setter Mick said he thought a 96 would do it but it’s always nice when a specialist course setter is wrong as he was in this case, as a 97 won it.

ESP Winners

Wow!! how do they do it, 97 that is fantastic, and this was achieved by A Harvey from Suffolk. As I said, many good shooters took part, but our eyes are, of course, on the Cambridgeshire contingent.  This was led By Phil Gray with a super 95 and this was enough to take the County title for who knows how

Brian Dunbavin

many consecutive times.  Phil was closely followed by Justin Bladen with 93, Harry Seal with 92 and Mark Bowes with 90.

The Vets came out in force and all showed their form, but it was Brian Dunbavin coming out on top once again with a fine 88.

A squad of Ladies were evident, always good to see as Cambridgeshire has a task to get a full ladies team together but I think we may be in luck this year. From the ladies, Holly Duggan shone out not only winning the County Championship but also was top lady overall with a 71 and there was some very good ladies taking part on the day.

The juniors, well, what a top performance from Dan Mawby he shot 88 not only taking the Juniors but also winning A class. Super job Dan.

The Colts also thin on the ground but a very good day for K Carter 74, what a good shoot for a Colt and now County champion.


So to round up .

County Champion Phil Gray 95

Senior Champion Justin Bladen 93

Vets Champion Brian Dunbavin 88

Ladies Champion Holly Duggan 71

Juniors Champion Dan Mawby  88

Colt Champion  K Carter 74