For the last shoot of the season we enjoyed a glorious early autumn afternoon with blue skies and a little bit of wind. This proved tricky enough to take the edge off the scores of all seven participants at 300 yards: a technical discussion during the afternoon confirmed that this ...read more →
Regrettably, this shoot had to be cancelled because, in the end, not enough members were able to take part. We must hope that there is more support for the two remaining shoots. Both of these are important: the first on 18th September is the Annual Prize Meeting and the second ...read more →
This year we were able to enter only one team for “The Vets” which acquitted itself well in conditions of fine weather with a tricky fish-tailing wind that tested Rob Welford and Rob Pile in their coaching roles. For the 51 “A” Teams entered, some results are: 1st Uppingham Vets ...read more →
The format for this match was two short ranges in the morning, 300 and 600 yards, and two long ranges, 900 and 1000yards, in the afternoon. Also, this was the first outing of the season for which the weather forecasters were foretelling a high probability of some rain; the morning ...read more →
The weather forecasters had predicted that we would get wet during this morning shoot. After a little initial dampness, however, things brightened up agreeably and by the time we moved back to 1000 yards we were enjoying some nice Spring weather. We had seven shooters but other teams were not ...read more →
Just the necessary five OC shooters were available for this fixture. These enjoyed a very pleasant afternoon in good shooting conditions. The results are: Old Framlinghamians “A” 483.48 Old Lawrentians “A” 482.43 Old Albanians 476.39 Old Cranleighans 471.39 Lancing Old Boys 470.41 Old Alleynians 463.30 KCS Old Boys 457.32 “B” ...read more →
Six members enjoyed good shooting conditions on a really pleasant, warm Spring afternoon. A wind from around the south-east, worth up to maybe 7 minutes, tested us a little. Work is still under way on the bar area at the SRA but other catering services seem to be available.
We expected seven but in the end only five were able to get to Bisley. This was a great pity because everything was just about perfect: the weather stayed fine there was enough wind to make things interesting, particularly at 600 yards, and our marker worked well for us. There ...read more →