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Marne Clay Shoot News Article     02-11-2020

Peter Masters Memorial Charity Shoot Results Part 1

We had a great day raising money for this worthwhile Charity and the Generosity of the Marne Shooters in providing prizes for our raffle and other donations was overwhelming.

I canít thank all those who helped make the event such a success as there was so many who contributed.
The shoot itself was a 100 bird Sporting over 12 Stands and although it was blowing a Hulu, everyone got stuck in and shot in a spirited manner.

Overall top score on the day was a guest shooter, Graeme Rice, who managed an exceptional 85 in very difficult windy conditions.

Lee Curry took the Peter Masters memorial shield for highest members score with 80 and very kindly donated the £100 high gun back into the Charity.

Ladies High Gun was Evelyn Gibbs who also contributed prize money back.
Junior High Gun was Josh Laverick with John Johnboy Pybus, winning the Shit Shot class lucky draw.

The wooden spoon award and strongest score (holding up all the rest) goes to Victoria Overend.

Added over 1 week ago - 2020-11-02