Shoot Report                                                       17th October 2021
Let me start with the weather, according to the forecast it was going to be overcast with rain at about 11ish, well all most but not quite, the rain came at about 8.45 and disappeared at 9.15 leaving us with an overcast and mild morning just right for blasting clays from the sky. The set up this morning was a simple one with all targets being hitable without to much thought, you see Darren does have a soft side. As I walked round the shoot it seemed everyone was having great success in smashing their targets to bits even stand seven which at first glance looked like the one that was going to knock a hole in your card, but no! once you were in the stand it all became quite straight forward even though it meant hitting the second clay about 3 feet from the deck (that’s about 90cm in new money), well shot everyone. As for the SportTrap it started off a tad slow but it didn’t take long for Jason to be kept busy, when I last looked the top score was from Matt. P with a 24, he dropped his third bird, well done Matt for not giving up. OH by the way, if you went into the clubhouse for your tea and bacon sarnies, Hills had a surprise for you in the shape of giant sausages’! If you missed them, you missed a real treat, may be next time. Hope you all enjoyed yourselves whether it was on the Sporting or SportTrap, see you all back here on the 31st October..
Can we help you? just ask one of these lovely people.
Darren Nat Hills Tony Jason Graham Robert Simon
Tony
Shoot Report                                                   17th October 2021
Let me start with the weather, according to the forecast it was going to be overcast with rain at about 11ish, well all most but not quite, the rain came at about 8.45 and disappeared at 9.15 leaving us with an overcast and mild morning just right for blasting clays from the sky. The set up this morning was a simple one with all targets being hitable without to much thought, you see Darren does have a soft side. As I walked round the shoot it seemed everyone was having great success in smashing their targets to bits even stand seven which at first glance looked like the one that was going to knock a hole in your card, but no! once you were in the stand it all became quite straight forward even though it meant hitting the second clay about 3 feet from the deck (that’s about 90cm in new money), well shot everyone. As for the SportTrap it started off a tad slow but it didn’t take long for Jason to be kept busy, when I last looked the top score was from Matt. P with a 24, he dropped his third bird, well done Matt for not giving up. OH by the way, if you went into the clubhouse for your tea and bacon sarnies, Hills had a surprise for you in the shape of giant sausages’! If you missed them, you missed a real treat, may be next time. Hope you all enjoyed yourselves whether it was on the Sporting or SportTrap, see you all back here on the 31st October..
Can we help you? just ask one of these lovely people.
Darren Nat Hills Tony Jason Graham Robert Simon
Tony