• Marjorie


We all had quite high scores on Sunday, (5th June) and it was a very enjoyable shoot with some good targets. It didn't rain on us, we managed to finish and clear up and set off for home before the heavy rain started. Prizes from the previous shoot in aid of Manorlands were given out and there are still some to be collected. The Cup for the highest score at the Manorlands shoot was presented to a very pleased member. He was not bothered about his prize only wanting to win the cup. This is presented each year to a member with a high score that has not won it in previous years. That gives more people a chance of taking it home to gaze at for twelve months. Our next shoot will be the battle of Waterloo where the French and English sides compete. Cards with French/English are given out at random so the high scorers cannot get themselves into a group to win. The top three scorers in the winning side will be awarded prizes. The English have always won so far so let battle commence once again. For those who know their history I do know that more than the French and English took part but I try to make it simple. Good shooting everyone.


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