Grand Prix 1 CSFTA : Meon Valley
The eagerly awaited first round of the 2016 Grand Prix event started at Meon Valley but it didn’t start as smoothly as most would have liked.
Just days before the event was too start with the course set for the big day there was a problem, a double booking at the home ground.!! Luckily and somewhat impressively they had a second ground not too far away just down the road which looked amazing, oh what it would be to have a first ground that good. The parking was a little tight but with some sensible parking from most shooters all was well. The day went well with a very light shifting breeze which if you wasn’t concentrating would could and did catch you out. The day stayed very nice all-day with some great scores being put in, AA Grade shooters Ian Taylor, Justin Wood and Jack Harris all finishing on 49 and fancy coming third on 49.!!! would be my luck too…unlucky Jack. A graders came in with similar high scores 1st Yoeri Busse 45, 2nd James Head 45, 3rd Nigel Leeming 45, grades B and C doing just as good with B Grade 1St Joshua Vaughan 42, 2nd John Martin 41, 3rd Nick Walton 39
C Grade 1St Tony Elderfield 35,2nd Phil Green 34, 3rd Peter Staddon 32
And not to forget the Springer’s, my mate Phil Hollis 😉 coming in to win with an impressive start to the season with 1st on 42… well done Phil.! 2nd Brian Samson 41 and Steve Privett 39.
1st Barry McGraw 43, 2nd Tony Fouracres 42 and 3rd Barry Smith 42.
1St Ian Taylor 19, 2nd Yoeri Busse 19 and again 3rd Jack Harris 19.
The full scores can be found here
Its been a great start to the GP season with some top shooting and a great course set out by the Meon valley lads and lasses well done to all involved.
For those who took part but didn’t win here’s what you could have won….maybe next time.