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Results – Bentley, Essex. 8th October 2017

Posted by James Evans On October 14th, 2017

The final BFCC competition event of the year took place on Sunday in Brentwood, Essex. The weather was thankfully dry but the wind, although coming from the north west, was very inconsistent in strength from light puffs to nothing at all. All distances are in feet and inches.

#5F – Zhongxiang Zhu 119.00; James Evans 116.08; Mick Copeman 112.09; Matt Tonkin 112.02; Kei Okamoto 108.07; John Reynolds 105.04; Tracy Thomas 101.00; David Fisher 99.03; Keith Jones 89.08; Gilliaum Vermeulen 88.02

#7F – James Evans 133.07; John Reynolds 125.08; Tracy Thomas 124.10; Zhongxiang Zhu 119.07; Kei Okamoto 115.02; Mick Copeman 112.06; Matt Tonkin 110.00; Gilliaum Vermeulen 110.00; David Fisher 95.05; Keith Jones 87.07

ST27 – Matt Tonkin 138.10; John Reynolds 134.09; Zhongxiang Zhu 129.07; James Evans 129.03; Kei Okamoto 125.02; Gilliaum Vermeulen 124.02; Tracy Thomas 123.04; Keith Jones 106.08; David Fisher 106.00; Mick Copeman 103.08

S55g – John Reynolds 177.00; James Evans 176.03; Matt Tonkin 173.05; Mike Heritage 145.03; Zhongxiang Zhu 144.06; Tracy Thomas 139.00; Gilliaum Vermeulen 133.00; Mick Copeman 130.00 ; David Fisher 128.00

T38 – John Reynolds 176.02; Matt Tonkin 162.02; James Evans 161.11; Mike Marshall 149.02; Gilliaum Vermeulen 146.00; David Fisher 124.08

T120 – Gilliaum Vermeulen 206.08; Matt Tonkin 203.10; James Evans 193.09; Mike Marshall 179.10; Mike Heritage 168.03; John Reynolds 165.06; David Fisher 142.07

Accuracy (points) – James Evans 49; Matt Tonkin 44; John Reynolds 35; Zhongxiang Zhu 32; Tracy Thomas 29; Kei Okamoto 26; Keith Jones 26; Gilliaum Vermeulen 24; David Fisher 19

Overall Event 1st James Evans (16); =2nd John Reynolds (21); =2nd Matt Tonkin (21)

Records: Tracy Thomas extended her #7F and S55g women’s records, John Reynolds broke the senior (60) S55g record and Mick Copeman extended his #5F V70 record. James Evans took the men’s accuracy record. It was great to see Mike Marshall still casting great in his 80’s and setting a new age category record in the T38 and T120. Well done all.

Results – Jersey 23rd September 2017

Posted by James Evans On September 29th, 2017

The BFCC’s first trip to Jersey was greeted with fine, warm weather with a reasonable breeze.  All the distance events were cast in the morning and then the accuracy was cast, over water, at a different venue in the afternoon.  The results from the competitions are as follows, all distances are in feet and inches.

#5F James Evans 116.07; Tracy Thomas 115.01; Ross Bannerman 113.10; Zhongxiang Zhu 102.03; Kevin White 88.00; Simon Habin 86.11; Bob McGinnigle 70.09; Peter Evans 61.04

#7F James Evans 131.08; Zhongxiang Zhu 117.11; Ross Bannerman 116.08; Tracy Thomas 115.01; Simon Habin 91.09; Kevin White 90.07; Bob McGinnigle 77.08; Peter Evans 66.02

B100 (#5 + #7) Simon Habin 178.08; Kevin White 178.07; Bob McGinnigle 148.05; Peter Evans 127.06

ST27 Ross Bannerman 133.07; James Evans 128.01; Kevin White 126.00; Tracy Thomas 119.11; Zhongxiang Zhu 119.06; Simon Habin 115.01

S55g James Evans 185.00; Ross Bannerman 164.05; Zhongxiang Zhu 161.04; Bob Mallet 150.04; Kevin White 137.04; Tracy Thomas 136.01

T38 James Evans 165.00; Kevin White 161.02; Ross Bannerman 159.06; Simon Habin 142.02; Zhongxiang Zhu 139.10

T120 Kevin White 189.06; James Evans 189.00; Ross Bannerman 179.08; Zhongxiang Zhu 175.02; Simon Habin 172.02

Accuracy (points) Tracy Thomas 37; James Evans 36; Kevin White 35; Ross Bannerman 22; Bob McGinnigle 20; Zhongxiang Zhu 19; Chris Settle 11; Bob Mallet 8; Roy Laverty 8; Peter Evans 6

Overall event: 1st James Evans (10), 2nd Ross Bannerman (19), 3rd Kevin White (25)

Badges: Peter Evans gained his 25 yd badge and Bob McGinnigle achieved 30 yds – well done to both.

Records – Tracy extended her S55g women’s record and claimed the accuracy record.

Results – Alconbury, Cambs. 8th July 2017

Posted by James Evans On July 13th, 2017

On arrival at the sports field in Alconbury we were greeted, for once, by a steady westerly breeze. This lasted just long enough for us to set out the casting lanes, at which point it dropped to nothing. For the rest of the day it varied between no wind and a nice ~5mph breeze, although at times this was blowing into the rod hand of the right handers.
Distances are in feet and inches

#5F – Matt Tonkin 132.00; James Evans 126.00; Steve Parkes 125.05; John Reynolds 119.03; Tracy Thomas 114.02; Kei Okamoto 105.09; Mick Copeman 101.01; Zhongxiang Zhu 99.10; Keith Jones 91.02; Stephen Lindley 74.06; Dave Beresford 70.01

#7F – Matt Tonkin 131.03; James Evans 129.02; Steve Parkes 124.00; Kei Okamoto 117.04; Mick Copeman 115.06; Tracy Thomas 110.00; John Reynolds 108.10; Zhongxiang Zhu 102.06; Stephen Lindley 96.07; Dave Beresford 87.07; Keith Jones 86.05

B100 (#5 + #7) – Zhongxiang Zhu 202.04; Keith Jones 177.07; Stephen Lindley 171.01; Dave Beresford 157.08

ST27 – Matt Tonkin 151.03; John Reynolds 149.01; James Evans 145.00; Mick Copeman 134.11; Zhongxiang Zhu 134.06; Tracy Thomas 124.09; Kei Okamoto 120.05; Steve Parkes 107.09; Stephen Lindley 104.07

S55g – Matt Tonkin 195.10; James Evans 178.07; Steve Parkes 165.08; John Reynolds 159.03; Mick Copeman 136.03; Tracy Thomas 134.08

T38 – John Reynolds 193.09; James Evans 165.02; Steve Parkes 155.06; Matt Tonkin 155.03; Tracy Thomas 109.04

T120 – Matt Tonkin 220.01; Steve Parkes 204.10; James Evans 187.02; John Reynolds 160.00; Tracy Thomas 149.09

Accuracy (points) – Kei Okamoto 43; James Evans 40; Steve Parkes 40; Dave Beresford 34; Matt Tonkin 32; Keith Jones 25; Tracy Thomas 18; Stephen Lindley 17; John Reynolds 17

Overall Event – 1st Matt Tonkin; 2nd James Evans; 3rd Steve Parkes

Records – Matt Tonkin claimed the S55g overall record and Tracy Thomas extended her record in the same event. John Reynolds furthered his record in the T38 S60 category and Kei Okamoto claimed the newly recorded accuracy record. Very well done to all.

Results – Oswestry, Shropshire. 17th June 2017

Posted by James Evans On June 21st, 2017

The weather for the Oswestry event was a very warm 29°C with a very inconsistent breeze. This breeze swung through 90 degrees during the course of the morning prompting a casting lane re-alignment. The inconsistent nature of the wind meant that some casters had favourable conditions, some had still air and the very unlucky ones had it blowing into their casting arm. The distances are in feet and inches:

#5F  - Matt Tonkin 131.02; James Evans 127.03; Steve Parkes 114.06; Steve Pugh 113.05; Tracy Thomas 107.08; Ross Bannerman 107.03; Nigel Pugh 105.08; Jac Davies 103.00; Kei Okamoto 102.06; Kevin White 92.03; Nigel Conlon 89.01; Matt Clarke 88.10; Pat Stevens 88.01; George Clarke 75.08; Stephen Lindley 72.05; Dave Beresford 71.11; Bob McGinnigle 63.00

#7F – James Evans 126.05; Steve Pugh 124.05; Matt Tonkin 123.00; Tracy Thomas 122.07; Nigel Pugh 119.07; Ross Bannerman 116.01; Steve Parkes 114.08; Jac Davies 112.04; Kevin White 107.02; Kei Okamoto 102.11; Matt Clarke 97.05; Nigel Conlon 91.05; Dave Beresford 90.01; Pat Stevens 89.09; Stephen Lindley 83.06; George Clarke 79.04; Bob McGinnigle 59.07

B100 (#5 + #7) – Kevin White 199.05; Matt Clarke 186.03; Nigel Conlon 180.06; Pat Stevens 177.10; Dave Beresford 162.00; Stephen Lindley 155.11; George Clarke 155.00; Bob McGinnigle122.07

B110 (#5 + #7) – Tracy Thomas 230.03; Ross Bannerman 223.04; Jac Davies 215.04

ST27 – Matt Tonkin 152.03; Nigel Pugh 150.01; James Evans 143.11; Steve Parkes 142.03; Kei Okamoto 137.00; Ross Bannerman 136.08; Steve Pugh 129.08; Tracy Thomas 125.00; Nigel Conlon 117.03; Matt Clarke 110.00; Kevin White 107.00; Stephen Lindley 84.03; George Clarke 83.05; Bob McGinnigle 77.07

S55g – Steve Parkes 166.09; James Evans 159.04; Kei Okamoto 148.04; Matt Tonkin 138.10; Tracy Thomas 131.10; Jac Davies 131.05; Nigel Conlon 125.09

T38 – James Evans 155.08; Matt Tonkin 153.05; Steve Parkes 151.07; Kei Okamoto 137.00; Nigel Conlon 124.06

T120 – Matt Tonkin 220.11; Steve Parkes 189.02; Kei Okamoto 182.11; James Evans 174.08; Tracy Thomas 155.02; Nigel Conlon 132.09

Accuracy (points) – Ross Bannerman 31; James Evans 23; Steve Parkes 17; Kevin White 17; Matt Tonkin 16; Matt Clarke 14; Kei Okamoto 13; Tracy Thomas 12; Darren L’Enfant 5; Bob McGinnigle 4; Dave Beresford 3; Pat Stevens 2

Overall Event – 1st James Evans, 2nd Matt Tonkin, 3rd Steve Parkes

Records: Tracy extended her record in the 7 weight category and Jac Davies claimed the junior (U17) S55g record – well done both.

Distance Badges: George Clarke and Bob McGinnigle both achieved their 25yd badge. Dave Beresford was awarded a 30yd badge and Jac Davies exceeded 35yds both with #7 outfits. Well done all.

Results – Willesborough, Kent. 21st May 2017

Posted by James Evans On May 23rd, 2017

This event saw the formal introduction of the 55g Salmon overhead distance to the list of the competition events. This was cast in the morning, alongside the T38 and T120 events. Two 55g outfits, kindly supplied by Steve Parkes and Brian Szukala, were cast by everyone – the highest result is posted here.

The day itself was sunny and warm with a patchy breeze. Unfortunately this swung round during the morning events leaving some of the right handers dealing with an on-the-shoulder wind. The lanes were re-orientated for the #5, #7 and ST27 that were cast in the afternoon.

The results in feet and inches are as follows:

#5F – Steve Parkes 126.05; James Evans 122.00; Matt Tonkin 117.02; Tracy Thomas 116.00; Mick Copeman 110.01; Lee Martell 109.05; Kei Okamoto 103.05; Gilliaum Vermeulen 100.06; Zhongziang Zhu 92.09; Neil Owens 89.08; Keith Jones 85.02; Conrad Wells 84.00; Roger Hoad 69.08; Oliver Wells (JNR) 46.05.

#7F – Steve Parkes 127.09; Tracy Thomas 121.00; Matt Tonkin 119.03; James Evans 117.09; Lee Martell 107.05; Mike Heritage 106.10; Mick Copeman 105.03; Kei Okamoto 100.09; Gilliaum Vermeulen 98.10; Zhongziang Zhu 97.07; Conrad Wells 89.09; Neil Owens 89.08; Keith Jones 80.05; Roger Hoad 75.03; Terry Hodges 58.05; Oliver Wells (JNR) 55.08.

B100 (#5 + #7) – Gilliaum Vermeulen 199.04; Zhongziang Zhu 190.04; Neil Owens 179.04; Conrad Wells 173.09; Keith Jones 165.07; Roger Hoad 144.11; Oliver Wells (JNR) 102.01.

ST27 – Kei Okamoto 145.06; James Evans 139.03; Matt Tonkin 135.02; Gilliaum Vermeulen 132.06; Tracy Thomas 131.01; Steve Parkes 127.07; Lee Martell 125.03; Mick Copeman 120.04; Keith Jones 103.04.

T38 – Steve Parkes 177.01; Matt Tonkin 156.08; Kei Okamoto 152.03; Lee Martell 134.10; Gilliaum Vermeulen 133.05; Brian Szukala 111.04.

T120 – Matt Tonkin 219.07; Gilliaum Vermeulen 213.02; Steve Parkes 205.10; James Evans 199.01; Kei Okamoto 184.11; Brian Szukala 166.04; Lee Martell 147.07.

Salmon 55g – Steve Parkes 179.02*; Brian Szukala 179.02*; James Evans 175.01; Matt Tonkin 174.11; Mike Heritage 163.06; Kei Okamoto 156.03; Gilliaum Vermeulen 150.05; Mick Copeman 139.05; Tracy Thomas 134.06, Lee Martell 128.03.
* Steve Parkes won the shoot-out with 180.05.

The overall event result was 1st Steve Parkes, 2nd Matt Tonkin, 3rd James Evans.

Records: Tracy extended her #5 and ST27 records, she also re-took the women’s #7 record. With the introduction of the new event, all 55g records were up for grabs, these were taken as follows: Steve Parkes (overall + SNR), Brian Szukala (SNR 50), Mike Heritage (SNR 60), Mick Copeman (SNR 70) and Tracy Thomas (women’s overall).

Results: Cullompton, Devon. 23rd April 2017.

Posted by James Evans On May 9th, 2017

The full results from the first BFCC completion of the year are posted below. The events cast were the #5F, #7F, ST27 and T120. Distances are in feet and inches.

#5F – Toby Merigan 106.05; Andy Parkinson 102.10; Matt Tonkin 101.09; Kei Okamoto 99.03; Tony King 96.05; Rob Doyle 94.05; Mike Reynolds 92.08; David Fisher 91.01; Ian Pople 81.08; John Dawson 80.00; Chris Tucker 74.00; Dean Mockridge 63.10; James Mockridge (J) 60.00; Max Mockridge (J) 44.00

#7F – Toby Merigan 112.10; Matt Tonkin 112.03; Kei Okamoto 108.08; Andy Parkinson 108.06; Rob Doyle 107.10; Tony King 99.00; Ian Pople 92.09; John Dawson 92.01; David Fisher 88.10; Chris Tucker 85.07; Mike Reynolds 77.10; Dean Mockridge 74.01; James Mockridge (J) 66.00; Max Mockridge (J) 57.00

ST27 – Toby Merigan 141.03; Matt Tonkin 140.11; Rob Doyle 136.06; Kei Okamoto 127.11; John Dawson 125.06; Tony King 124.01; Ian Pople 111.06; David Fisher 99.06; Mike Reynolds 84.04

T120 – Matt Tonkin 212.03; Kei Okamoto 190.07; Tony King 169.01; Rob Doyle 159.10; Toby Merigan 159.06; Mike Reynolds 148.11; Ian Pople 140.10 ; David Fisher 128.00

Overall Position – Toby Merigan 10; Matt Tonkin 10; Kei Okamoto 15; Rob Doyle 20; Tony King 22; Andy Parkinson 27; Ian Pople 32; John Dawson 34; Mike Reynolds 35; David Fisher 35; Chris Tucker 42; Dean Mockridge 45; James Mockridge (J) 47; Max Mockridge (J) 49

Results: Brentwood, Essex. 9th October 2016

Posted by James Evans On October 10th, 2016

The weather for the casting competitions was a mixed bag.  An inconsistent breeze that change direction a number of times throughout the day (as well as dropping to nothing for considerable spells), plus a couple of rain showers.  We were lucky to have Harald Økern Jenson from Noway join us, fresh from competing at the ICSF world championships in Spain (he also competed in the fly casting world championships in Estonia).

Distances are in feet and inches:

#5F – Steve Parkes 124.06; Mike Heritage 118.09; Harald Okern Jensen 118.01; James Evans 111.05; Kei Okamoto 109.02; John Reynolds 104.05; Tracy Thomas 100.01; Mick Copeman 100.00; David Fisher 95.11

#7F –  Mike Heritage 126.10; Harald Okern Jensen 126.00; James Evans 125.06; Mick Copeman 113.01; John Reynolds 112.00; Steve Parkes 111.00; Kei Okamoto 105.03; David Fisher 91.05; Tracy Thomas 86.04

ST27 – Harald Okern Jensen 160.07; James Evans 139.06; Steve Parkes 135.11; John Reynolds 132.09; Kei Okamoto 131.08; Mike Heritage 123.11; Mick Copeman 115.10; Tracy Thomas 113.08; David Fisher 104.04

T38 – Harald Okern Jensen 186.10; John Reynolds 167.04; James Evans 159.00; Kei Okamoto 153.06; Steve Parkes 150.02; Mike Heritage 140.07; Mike Marshall 135.10; David Fisher 115.01; Tracy Thomas 107.07

T120 – Harald Okern Jensen 242.01; Steve Parkes 212.07; Kei Okamoto 203.07; Mike Heritage 179.08; John Reynolds 179.01; James Evans 176.07; Mike Marshall 173.10; Tracy Thomas 141.05; David Fisher 117.00

Accuracy (points) –  Harald Okern Jensen 58; Mike Heritage 49; Steve Parkes 47; John Reynolds 44; James Evans 41; Kei Okamoto 40; Tracy Thomas 31; David Fisher 21

Overall Position (Points) - Harald Okern Jensen 9; Steve Parkes 20; Mike Heritage 21; James Evans 23; John Reynolds 26; Kei Okamoto 30; Tracy Thomas 48; Mick Copeman 48; David Fisher 51

Mike Robinson and Shaun Cassidy attended for tuition and both achieved 20yd badges against the tape – well done both.

Results: Keyworth, Notts. 14th August 2016

Posted by James Evans On August 15th, 2016

Casting took place in a light but patchy wind.  The T120 and T38 events were cast first.  After the lunch break the accuracy competion was completed prior to the #5, #7 and ST27 distance events.

Distances are in feet and inches:

#5F – James Evans 125.11; Steve Parkes 125.03; Andrew Bagshaw 117.08; John Reynolds 113.04; Tracy Thomas 111.10; Mick Copeman 106.09; David Fisher 96.06; Stephen Lindley 93.11; Nigel Conlon 92.01; Vernon Wood 87.03; Dave Beresford 87.00

#7F – Andrew Bagshaw 137.00; James Evans 124.09; John Reynolds 115.03; Mick Copeman 115.00; Steve Parkes 113.09; Tracy Thomas 106.11; Nigel Conlon 106.07; Stephen Lindley 99.07; David Fisher 98.09; Vernon Wood 90.04; Dave Beresford 88.07

B100 (#5F + #7F) Stephen Lindley 193.06 ; Vernon Wood 177.07 ; Dave Beresford 175.07

ST27 – John Reynolds 143.04; Steve Parkes 138.11; James Evans 137.00; Andrew Bagshaw 133.02; Nigel Conlon 123.08; Tracy Thomas 121.07; Mick Copeman 117.07; David Fisher 104.07; Stephen Lindley 90.00; Dave Beresford 70.02

T38 – John Reynolds 184.04; James Evans 166.10; Andrew Bagshaw 143.01; Steve Parkes 139.01; Nigel Conlon 129.02; Tracy Thomas 110.05; David Fisher 107.07

T120 – Steve Parkes 189.11; John Reynolds 175.08; James Evans 170.11; Andrew Bagshaw 164.11; Nigel Conlon 140.06; David Fisher 135.01

Accuracy (points) – James Evans 45; John Reynolds 44; Steve Parkes 37; Mark Surtees 37; Tracy Thomas 33; Dave Beresford 25; David Fisher 23; Stephen Lindley 8; Nigel Conlon 7; Andrew Bagshaw 6; David Parker 4

Overall Position (points) – James Evans 12; John Reynolds 13; Steve Parkes 17; Andrew Bagshaw 25; Tracy Thomas 35; Nigel Conlon 40; David Fisher 44, Mick Copeman 44; Stephen Lindley 48; Dave Beresford 53.

Congratulations are due to Tracy Thomas who extended her #5F women’s record.

Results – Alconbury, Cambridgeshire. 9th July 2016

Posted by James Evans On July 11th, 2016

A heavy downpour delayed the start of the competition events for a couple of hours.  Once the rain cleared the accuracy event was completed first.  Then in a strengthening wind the T38 and T120 events were cast followed by the #5, #7 and 27g outfits.

Distances are in feet and inches:

#5F – Paul Arden 134.01; James Evans 125.10; Craig Brown 123.01; Steve Parkes 121.05; Andrew Bagshaw 115.07; John Clark 109.10; Trevor Hayman 108.07; Mick Copeman 108.03; John Reynolds 106.00; Tracy Thomas 105.08; Ian May 100.02; Sekhar Bahadur 99.04; David Fisher 95.00; Paul Speed 86.10; Dominic Hewitt 83.10; Charlie Ratchford 75.01.

#7F – Paul Arden 136.06; James Evans 125.03; John Reynolds 122.05; Steve Parkes 122.00; Mick Copeman 121.10; Craig Brown 116.03; Trevor Hayman 114.07; Tracy Thomas 114.00; John Clark 113.00; Sekhar Bahadur 112.04; Ian May 109.03; Andrew Bagshaw 108.00; Paul Speed 101.03; Charlie Ratchford 97.09; David Fisher 93.11.

B100 (#5F + #7F) – John Clark* 222.10; Ian May 209.05; Paul Speed 188.01; Charlie Ratchford 172.10

*John Clark is promoted to the B110 – well done John!

B110 (#5F + #7F) - Tracy Thomas 219.08; Sekhar Bahadur 211.08; David Fisher 188.11

ST27 – Paul Arden 152.03; John Reynolds 142.08; Steve Parkes 142.07; Craig Brown 135.00; James Evans 134.10; Trevor Hayman 132.05; Mick Copeman 131.04; Andrew Bagshaw 129.00; David Fisher 120.02; Tracy Thomas 117.06; Ian May 106.09.

T38 – Paul Arden 182.01; John Reynolds 170.10; Andrew Bagshaw 165.02; James Evans 160.02; Steve Parkes 160.00; Mike Marshall 155.04; Trevor Hayman 137.02; Craig Brown 135.05; Tracy Thomas 118.06

T120 – Steve Parkes 226.00; Paul Arden 218.00; James Evans 210.08; Andrew Bagshaw 188.08; Mike Marshall 184.07; Trevor Hayman 183.02; Craig Brown 181.08; John Reynolds 178.10; Tracy Thomas 133.08

Accuracy (points) – Paul Arden 54; Steve Parkes 45; John Reynolds 43; Trevor Hayman 34; Ian May 32; James Evans 32; Tracy Thomas 31; Craig Brown 29; Ashly Chan 24; Orhan Aliosman 20; Paul Speed 12; David Fisher 10; Andrew Bagshaw 9.

Overall Position (points) – Paul Arden 7; Steve Parkes 19; James Evans 21; John Reynolds 27; Craig Brown 36; Trevor Hayman 37; Andrew Bagshaw 45; Tracy Thomas 53; Mick Copeman 54; Ian May 58; David Fisher 69; Paul Speed 70

Records – Paul Arden broke his own #5 overall record, Tracy Thomas extended her #5 women’s overall record, Mike Marshall extended his T38 V70 as well as taking the T120 V70 record and Trevor Hayman took the ST27g S50 record.  Well done all.

 

Results – Oswestry, Shropshire. 11th June 2016

Posted by James Evans On June 12th, 2016

There were only a few casters who braved the conditions to enter the competition events at Oswestry, the ones that did were faced with intermittent rain showers, high pressure and humidity and no wind to speak of.  There were a few good casts to win some of the events however.  As usual the T38 and T120 outfits were cast first and the #5, #7, ST27 and accuracy events were completed after the lunch break.

All distances are in feet and inches:

#5F – James Evans 121.01; Steve Parkes 113.06; Tracy Thomas 104.11; Paul Ainsworth 95.00; Nigel Conlon 88.08; Matt Clarke 82.03; Angus Macleod 75.05; George Clarke (8) 59.04.

#7F – Steve Parkes 128.03; James Evans 119.09; Tracy Thomas 104.09; Paul Ainsworth 101.11; Nigel Conlon 95.02; Matt Clarke 92.10; Angus Macleod 73.02; George Clarke (8) 71.00.

B100 (#5 + #7) – Paul Ainsworth 196.11; Nigel Conlon 183.10; Matt Clarke 175.01; Angus Macleod 148.07; George Clarke (8) 130.04.

ST27 – Steve Parkes 128.01; James Evans 126.07; Paul Ainsworth 114.10; Tracy Thomas 113.01; Nigel Conlon 112.11; Matt Clarke 102.04

T38 – James Evans 166.01; Steve Parkes 148.03; Paul Ainsworth 129.05; Tracy Thomas 100.01.

T120 – Paul Ainsworth 185.00; Steve Parkes 182.08; James Evans 174.09; Tracy Thomas 117.08.

Accuracy (points) – Mike Heritage 34; Paul Brown 28; Steve Parkes 28 ; James Evans 27; Mark Surtees 26; Jeff Eskdale 25; Matt Clarke 23; Paul Ainsworth 21; Tracy Thomas 21; George Clarke (8) 4.

Overall (points) – Steve Parkes 10; James Evans 13; Paul Ainsworth 23; Tracy Thomas 26; Matt Clarke 35; Nigel Conlon 36; George Clarke (8) 43.

Records – Tracy Thomas extended her #5F record by a few inches – there’s more to come on a better day!

Badges – Matt Pearson cast a #6wt outfit to achieve a 30yd badge (just missing out on 35yds), really well done Matt.