The sixth and final round of the Suntera Sporting League was held at Meary Veg, Santon, with 19 competitors taking part in cool but dry conditions.
The leader after the first stand was veteran John Moore with a perfect 10 followed by nine shooters on 9. We had joint leaders after stand two in Paul Mihailovits and Rob Corlett on 19 with Will Rand in third place on 18 followed by Stan Cross and George Davies on 17. Rob Corlett was in the lead on his own after stand three with 27 points followed by Stan Cross and Paul Mihailovits on 26 with Peter Kelly, Will Rand and Jack Clague next on 24. Corlett was still the lead after stand four on 33 with Cross and Mihailovits next on 32 followed by Davies on 30.
After the fifth and last stand newcomer John Gaydon in his first sporting shoot finished with 18 points. In C class Mark Sweetman was third on 25 with Brian Kelly taking second place on 29 but winning with 31 points was Alan Wright. We had a tie for third place in B class between Will Rand and Peter Kelly on 37. We also had a tie for first place between Stan Cross and Rob Corlett on 40 points. In A class George Davies was third on 36 with junior David Cowin taking second place on 37 but winning A with 40 points was Paul Mihailovits.
P Mihailovits (40)
D Cowin (J) (37)
G Davies (36)
S Cross (40)
R Corlett (40)
P Kelly (37)
W Rand (37)
A Wright (31)
B Kelly (29)
M Sweetman (25)
Pro Sporting – Round 6
In the afternoon the last round of the Pam and Dave Corlett Pro Sporting league was held again with 19 competitors taking part.
The leader after the first layout was Steven Craine with 23 points with Dave Corlett and Will Rand in equal second place on 22 followed by Rob Corlett on 20 with C class shooter Alan Wright next on 19.
After the second layout Brian Kelly was third in C class with 27 points with Mark Sweetman second on 29 but the winner of C class was Alan Wright making it a double C class win on the day with 31 points. In B Class we had a tie for second place between Steven Craine and Mark Barnett on 35 but taking B class with 36 points was Rob Corlett. Peter Kelly was third in A class on 37 with Will Rand taking second place on 38 but the clear winner with 43 points was Dave Corlett.
D Corlett (22, 21 = 43)
W Rand (22, 16 = 38)
P Kelly (17, 20 = 37)
R Corlett (20, 16 = 36)
M Barnett (18, 17 = 35)
S Craine (23, 12 = 35)
A Wright (19, 12 = 31)
M Sweetman (16, 13 = 29)
B Kelly (11, 16 = 27)
A big thank you must go to Brian, Mark and Will for setting up some very interesting targets for both disciplines on the day. Next week is the Trap Medley sponsored by Creer and Kelly Ltd .
The sixth and final round of the Colin Bowen Memorial English skeet league was held at Meary Veg Santon with sixteen competitors taking part in dull, dry but breezy conditions.
The leader after the first round was junior shooter Joe Faragher with a 25 straight, which proved to be the only straight shot on the day. In second place on 24 were Jeff Corkill, Will Rand and Dave Corlett followed by Peter Kelly and Stan Cross on 22. We also had two new shooters taking part in Ramon Sammer and John Gaydon with both of them hitting more than half their targets.
After a short break the second round got under way Dave Morgan finished in third place in C class with 38 points, in second place on 39 was junior Zac Bellhouse with Rob Marshall taking first place on 40. In B Class Peter Fabrizio was the winner on 31. In A class we had a five way tie for second place between Peter Kelly John Moore, Jeff Corkill, Will Rand and Dave Corlett all with 45 points but the winner was the first round leader junior Joe Faragher on 47.
J Faragher (J) (25, 22 = 47)
P Kelly (22, 23 = 45)
J Moore (21, 24 = 45)
J Corkill (24, 21 = 45)
W Rand (24, 21 = 45)
D Corlett (21, 24 = 45)
P Fabrizio (15, 16 = 31)
R Marshall (19, 21 = 40)
Z Bellhouse (J) (21, 18 = 39)
D Morgan (18, 18 = 36)
Next week is the last round of the Suntera Sporting League in the morning and the last round of the Dave and Pam Corlett Pro Sporting League in the afternoon.
The sixth and final round of the Tower Insurance DTL League was held at Meary Veg, Santon, with 16 competitors taking part in near ideal conditions.
The leader after the first round was Mike Walker with perfect 25/75 straight, in second place also with a straight was B class shooter Rob Corlett on 25/74 and making up the top three was John Moore with 25/72. We then had six shooters on 71 points including the leading C class shooter Alan Wright.
After the second round Rob Marshall finished in third place in C class with 109 points with lady shooter Allana Wade taking second place with 111 and the winner of C class was Alan Wright with 119. Calum Craine was third in B class with 127 with George Davies taking second place on 135 with Rob Corlett winning B class with 140.
In A class junior Arran Wade was third on 142 with Mike Walker taking second place on 144 but winning A class in style was Phil Ward with fifty straight 50/146 with his second round being a perfect 25/75.
P Ward (50 / 146)
M walker (48 / 144)
A Wade (J) (48 / 142)
R Corlett (48 / 140)
G Davies (46 / 135)
C Craine (44 / 127)
A Wright (42 / 119)
A Wade (L) (38 / 111)
R Marshall (39 / 109)
Olympic Skeet League Round 6
In the afternoon the sixth round of the Manx Petroleum’s Olympic skeet league was held which included the Parkinson high gun cup. The winner was Jeff Corkill with 45 points beating James Bradley into second place on 43 with junior Ted Davis third on 30.
J Corkill (22, 23 = 45)
J Bradley (22, 21 = 43)
T Davis (15, 15 = 30)
ABT League Round 6
The sixth and final round of the Sadler Agricultural Supplies ABT league was also held. Stan Skinner and Phil Ward were in equal first place after the first round on 24 with Arran Wade and Rob Watterson next on 23. Phil Ward dropped to a 21 to finish in third place on 45 with junior Arran Wade taking second place on 46 but the winner with 47 points was Stan Skinner.
S Skinner (24, 23 = 47)
A Wade (J) (23, 23 = 46)
P Ward (24, 21 = 45)
Next week is the last round of the Colin Bowen Memorial English skeet league. Duty officers this week are S and M Cross.
The fifth round round of the Tower Insurance DTL League was held at Meary Veg, Santon, with 20 competitors taking part in near ideal conditions which also had the Ian Faragher Highgun cup up for grabs.
The leader after the first round was B class shooter Calum Craine with a perfect 25/75 straight, in equal second place were Alan Wade and Peter Kelly also with straights but for 25/74 points, in equal fourth place were junior Arran Wade and Mike Parr also with straights but only 25/73 and making up the top six was John Moore also with a straight 25/72. The leading C class shooter was Alan Wright with 22/63.
After the second round was completed we had a tie for third place in C class between two lady shooters Allana wade and Nicky Barnett on 105, second place in C went to Rob Marshall on 109 with Alan Wright keeping up the good scoring returning another 22 to finish first in C class on 129 points.
Dave Corlett was third in B class on 133 with son Rob taking second place on 137 but taking B class with a 50 straight for 149 points was Calum Craine which was also equal high gun with A class winner Alan Wade who also had 50 straight so a shoot off was required to find out who was the winner of the Ian Faragher Highgun cup. Mike Parr and junior Arran wade were in equal second place in a class on 143.
In the shoot off Alan maintained his good form hitting another perfect straight to win the Ian Faragher Highgun cup.
A Wade (50 / 149)
M Parr (49 / 143)
Arr Wade (J) (49 / 143)
C Craine (50 / 149)
R Corlett (46 / 137)
D Corlett (45 / 133)
A Wright (44 / 129)
R Marshall (38 / 109)
N Barnett (L) (35 / 105)
A Wade (L) (35 / 105)
Summer ABT Round 5
In the afternoon the fifth round of the Sadler Agricultural Supplies ABT League was held and the winner was that man again Alan Wade with 47 points, in second place on 46 was Stan Skinner with Rob Watterson taking third place on 45. Mike Parr was fourth on 44 with junior Arran Wade taking fifth place on 43 and making up the top six was Peter Kelly on 42.
A Wade (23, 24 = 47)
Skinner (24, 22 = 46)
R Watterson (22, 23 = 45)
Summer Olympic Skeet Round 5
The fifth round of the Manx Petroleum’s Olympic skeet league was also held and the winner was super vet Dave Clague on 41 with James Bradley taking second place on 38 with Ted Davis in third place on 37.
Clague (20, 21 = 41)
J Bradley (20, 18 = 38)
T Davis (18, 19 = 37)
Next week is the fifth round of the Dave and Pam Corlett Pro Sporting league in the morning with the fifth round of the Suntera Global Sporting League in the afternoon. Duty officers this week are P Kelly & B Kelly.
The IOM Sport Trap Championship was held at Meary Veg Santon and kindly sponsored by Sadler Agricultural Supplies as well as Pro Fab Wielding and Top Spec Fencing.
The leader after the first round was George Davies with a perfect 25 straight, in equal second place on 24 were Marty Kneen and John Moore with Alan Wade next on 23 followed by Alan Kinrade and Neil Parsons on 22. Marty Kneen took the lead after round two on 47 points, Alan Wade was in second place now on 45 with George Davies and Alan Kinrade next on 43. Kneen stretched his lead after round three to five adding another 23 to his total for making 70 points, Alan Wade was still in second place on 65 with Alan Kinrade and Michael Cross now in equal third place on 64 followed by Paul Mihailovits on 63.
After the forth and final round junior Zac Bellhouse shooting his first Sport trap competition finished in second place in C class with 66 points with Paul Mihailovits taking C class on 85. Stan Cross was second in B class with 77 points but taking B class with 81 points was George Davies. Neil Parsons was second in A class on 84 but we had to have a shot off for third overall between the two Alan’s Kinrade and Wade both scoring 87 and it was Kinrade who was third overall on 87+21 with Wade taking A class with 87+19, in second place overall was Michael Cross with 88 points but winning in style with a 25 straight in his last round was Marty Kneen with a final total on 95.
M Kneen (24, 23, 23, 25 = 95)
M Cross (21, 20, 23, 24 = 88)
A Kinrade (22, 21, 21, 23 = 87 + 21)
A Wade (23, 22, 20, 22 = 87 + 19)
N Parsons (22, 18, 20, 24 = 84)
M Riley (20, 18, 22, 20 = 80)
G Davies (25, 18, 17, 21 = 81)
S Cross (20, 17, 18, 22 = 77)
P Mihailovits (20, 22, 21, 22 = 85)
Z Bellhouse (J) (13, 15, 18, 20 = 66)
A Wade (J) (21, 13, 12, 17 = 63)
Next week is the fifth round of the Tower Insurance DTL at 10am with the fifth rounds of the Manx petroleum’s Olympic Skeet and the Sadler Agricultural Supplies ABT leagues in the afternoons. Duty officers this week are J Moore and M Barnett.