Club Results for 3rd April

TR 400yds 500yds 600yds Total
J.Potter 75 v11 74 v10 72 v06 221 v27
T.Kidner 73 v06 74 v11 74 v06 221 v23
R.Scott 71 v06 73 v10 73 v10 217 v26
D.Rowland 71 v07 73 v06 70 v06 214 v19
K.Baxby 71 v04 70 v08 69 v01 210 v13
J.MacDonald 71 v04 71 v09 67 v02 209 v15
K.MacDonald 68 v03 70 v04 68 v05 206 v12
A.MacPherson 64 v02 72 v05 64 v01 200 v08
J.MacRae 68 v04 65 v06 N/R 133 v10
                 
TR/F                
P.Crosbie 75 v14 75 v12 75 v14 225 v40
P.Burbridge 75 v12 73 v08 73 v10 221 v30
J.MacLean 75 v10 73 v06 72 v06 220 v22
G.Hogston 73 v10 72 v08 72 v02 217 v20
                 
F Class                
G.Taylor 74 v10 75 v09 72 v09 221 v28
P.Sandie 75 v11 73 v08 70 v06 218 v25
P.Hunt 74 v11 69 v06 72 v07 215 v24
B.Robertson 74 v12 69 v06 68 v04 211 v22
H.Inglis 70 v05 71 v09 69 v07 210 v21

 

Club Results for 24th April 2011

25 club members enjoyed a pleasant, dry, though overcast Easter Sunday in Glen Tilt at long range. Conditions at 900x were benign and the F(TR) shooters in particular made hay. Conditions at 1000x were a little more fickle at times though this did not stop Tim Kidner making a remarkable 20 round HPS in TR, Paul Crosbie adding another in F(TR) class whilst Hugh Inglis and Grant Taylor made super scores on the diminutive F class target. Richard Scott will rue his last at 1000x which deprived him of a possible.

Two members came off 900x bamboozled as to how they could have made such poor scores in such easy conditions before it was discovered their monitor had been set at 600x! Another member was somewhat embarrassed to discover he had left his bolt at home. At 1000x some members also shot Match Rifle and were joined by four others from the NRCofS. Thanks go to the usual suspects who did the bulk of the target rigging and derigging. The new higher specification, brighter monitors proved popular with those using them for the first time.

TR 900x     1000x Total
T.Kidner 99 v17     100 v14 199 v31
R.Scott 99 v13     99 v11 198 v24
K.MacDonald 99 v12     98 v09 197 v21
A.Hay 92 v08     95 v07 187 v15
J.MacDonald 95 v07     92 v03 187 v10
A.MacPherson 93 v07     87 v08 180 v15
D.Gow 88 v01     82 v03 170 v04
A.Mabon 86 v02     83 v05 169 v07
S.Glen 71 v08     69 v06 140 v14
P.Glen 65 v04     64 v01 129 v05
J.Potter N/R     98 v13 98 v13
J.Gaywood 48 v05     48 v06 96 v11
M.Guest N/R     93 v01 93 v01
J.MacRae N/R     N/R N/R
S.Glen N/R     N/R N/R
M.Barlow N/R     DNS N/R
                 
TR/F                
P.Crosbie 100 v18     100 v16 200 v34
P.Burbridge 100 v17     98 v15 198 v32
D.Burbridge 100 v14     98 v11 198 v25
M.Ballie-Hamilton 100 v17     93 v07 193 v24
G.Hogston 91 v05     95 v07 186 v12
                 
F Class                
H.Inglis 98 v12     99 v04 197 v16
G.Taylor 100 v09     97 v06 197 v15
P.Sandie 100 v04     91 v02 191 v06
R.Gow 96 v01     91 v05 187 v06
D.Parr N/R     N/R N/R
Italics indicate truncated number of shots fired

 

Club Results for 29th May 2011

The awful forecast must have deterred many, with F Class especially depleted. A dozen optimists had a challenging day of intermittent rain, occasional sun and winds gusting to 20mph with frequent changes of direction. Because of the problems of taking down and re-erecting gazebos in high winds we shot twice at 500yds, rather than moving back to 600yds. Thanks to everyone helping with set-up, close-down and distance change we finished in good time.

TR 400yds 500yds 500yds Total
K.Baxby 71 v03 72 v03 72 v05 215 v11
J.Kettle 72 v05 71 v07 67 v03 210 v15
K.MacDonald 68 v06 71 v05 68 v01 207 v12
S.Glen 70 v09 71 v10 65 v04 206 v23
P.Glen 62 v03 67 v03 63 v03 192 v09
T.Kidner 69 v09 70 v04 N/R 139 v13
                 
TR/F                
P.Burbridge 73 v10 74 v08 73 v13 220 v13
J.Bell 69 v04 71 v08 73 v08 213 v20
I.Davidson 71 v05 70 v05 69 v06 210 v16
J.MacLean 66 v06 71 v04 69 v05 206 v15
                 
F Class                
G.Taylor 74 v11 66 v07 68 v03 208 v21

Club Results for 12th June 2011

TR 900x     1000x Total
T.Kidner 98 v11     97 v10 195 v21
K.Baxby 98 v13     96 v08 194 v21
R.Scott 96 v10     96 v10 192 v20
M.Barton 97 v09     93 v10 190 v19
K.MacDonald 97 v10     92 v06 189 v16
J.Potter 95 v09     92 v09 187 v18
J.MacDonald 93 v06     92 v05 185 v11
A.MacPherson 94 v10     87 v07 181 v17
J.MacRae 89 v06     92 v05 181 v11
                 
TR/F                
J.Wilson 95 v11     100 v13 195 v24
J.McLean 92 v06     84 v04 176 v10
                 
F Class                
P.Sandie 95 v06     91 v06 186 v12
D.Parr 94 v06     88 v04 182 v10
R.Gow 91 v05     88 v02 179 v07
H.Inglis 88 v01     90 v03 178 v04

Club Results for 26th June 2011

A dozen TR and TR/F shooters shot in almost constant heavy rain but very little wind. It was a day crowded with incident. Mike Ozmond had to retire from 400 yds after putting in four bulls, due to a faulty bolt, which was repaired (by a committee of five) in time for 500yds; John MacRae had the best hard-luck story with a 75v11 at 400 - but one bull on the wrong target: and WARC chairman, in an olympic-standard display of senior absent-mindedness managed to put shots 11,12 and 15 ALL on the wrong target! -at 400yds!! - shooting at target 1!!! - a feat unlikley to be surpassed in the near future.

TR 400yds 500yds 600yds Total
K.MacDonald 74 v13 74 v11 75 v10 223 v34
R.Scott 73 v07 75 v14 72 v08 220 v29
J.Potter 73 v09 73 v07 74 v09 220 v25
J.Kettle 71 v04 73 v05 71 v05 215 v14
J.MacRae 70 v11 73 v09 71 v09 214 v29
K.Baxby 59 v05 74 v09 74 v11 207 v25
J.MacDonald 69 v06 68 v04 68 v04 205 v14
M.Ozmond 20 v01 72 v06 72 v04 164 v11
                 
TR/F                
P.Burbridge 75 v13 75 v10 74 v11 224 v34
G.Hogston 74 v08 74 v10 75 v10 223 v28
M.Barton 73 v09 75 v13 74 v12 222 v34
J.MacLean 75 v09 74 v11 72 v06 221 v26
I.Davidson 73 v07 74 v09 73 v05 220 v21
                 
F Class                
None represented            

Club Results for 4th September 2011

18 members enjoyed what was probably the best shooting day since April: constant sunshine and Glen Tilt looking its best with the heather blooming on Beinn Mheadhonach. The only complaints were of clouds of midges in the butts and at 400, and of excessive heat around 2pm at 600.
At 400 there was negligible wind. It should have been "possibles all round", but only Richard Scott managed it in TR and only Mike Barton and Paul Crosbie in TR/F; Paul's being one of three, giving him a possible for the day. Peter Burbridge had the only other 600 possible.

TR 400yds 500yds 600yds Total
K.Baxby 74 v08 72 v05 73 v07 219 v20
E.Jones 74 v13 72 v06 72 v06 218 v25
K.MacDonald 73 v10 74 v96 71 v05 218 v21
R.Scott 75 v09 71 v05 70 v06 216 v20
D.Rowland 70 v04 74 v08 70 v05 214 v17
J.Potter 70 v01 73 v05 66 v04 209 v10
J.MacRea 73 v04 71 v05 59 v00 203 v09
                 
TR/F                
P.Crosbie 75 v14 75 v14 75 v11 225 v39
P.Burbridge 74 v11 74 v11 75 v12 223 v34
G.Hogston 74 v09 74 v08 72 v07 220 v24
M.Barton 75 v09 72 v10 69 v10 214 v29
I.Davidson 71 v05 70 v03 70 v05 211 v13
                 
F Class                
P.Sandie 75 v12 66 v02 74 v08 215 v22
D.Parr 75 v14 72 v07 66 v03 213 v24
H.Inglis 75 v14 66 v01 63 v02 204 v17
R.Thomson 75 v10 55 v01 58 v01 195 v12
R.Robertson 75 v15 55 v02 61 v03 191 v13
M.Guest 73 v08 55 v03 43 v00 171 v11
                 

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