Final Rounds for DTL, ABT, and Olympic Skeet

Tower Insurance DTL League

The final round of the Tower Insurance DTL league was held at Meary Veg, Santon with 18 competitors taking part in dull but dry conditions.

The leader after the first round was John Moore who hit a 25/74 straight, in second place on 24/71 was junior Arran Wade, with Arthur Stepka, Peter Kelly and Mike Parr in equal third place on 24/69. After the second round David Cowin finished in third place in C class with 108 points, in second place on 122 was Peter Fabrizio, with Rob Corlett taking C class with 134 points. George Davies was third in B class with 131 points, second place went to Arthur Hayes on 134, with Mike Parr winning B class with 137 points. Mike Walker was third in A class with 138 points, with Arthur Stepka taking second place on 139 but top gun on the day with 50 straight was John Moore with 146 points.

Results

A Class

  1. J Moore (50/146)
  2. A Stepka (48/139)
  3. M Walker (47/138)

B Class

  1. M Parr (46/137)
  2. A Hayes (45/134)
  3. G Davies (45/131)

C Class

  1. R Corlett (46/134)
  2. P Fabrizio (43/122)
  3. D Cowin Jnr (39/108)

Sadler Agricultural Supplies ABT League

In the afternoon the last round of the Sadler Agricultural Supplies ABT league was held and the joint winners were father and son Alan and Arran Wade with 44 points, in third place on 41 was Peter Kelly, with Mike Walker forth on 40, followed by John Moore on 38, and making up the top six was Arthur Hayes on 37.

Manx Petroleum’s Olympic Skeet League

The last round of the Manx Petroleum’s Olympic skeet league was also held and the winner was James Bradley with 46 points, followed by David Clague on 39, and junior Ted Davis on 36.

Next week is the last shoot of the summer season which is 50 Manx Skeet sponsored by John Moore. Duty officers this week are J Cowley & J Corkill

A Bumper Weekend of DTL, ABT, and Olympic Skeet

Tower Insurance DTL league – 5th Round

The fifth round of the Tower Insurance DTL league was held at Meary Veg
Santon with 22 competitors taking part in near ideal conditions which also
had The IOM Goat Highgun cup up for grabs.


The leader after the first round was Mike Walker with 72 points, in second
place on 70 was Stan Cross, with Arthur Stepka and Alan Wade next on 69,
followed by Peter Kelly on 68. After the second round, in C class Rob Corlett
finished in third place on 112, with Richie Radcliffe taking second place on
114, and one point ahead on 115 was Jamie Hancox who won C class. In B class
Dave Corlett was third on 127, with Mike Parr taking second place on 128, but
the B class winner with 133 points was Stan Cross. Alan Wade was third in A
class on 138, with Arthur Stepka taking second place on 139, but the winner on
140 and taking the highgun cup was Mike Walker.

Results

A class

  1. M Walker (47/140)
  2. A Stepka (48/139)
  3. A Wade (47/138)

B Class

  1. S Cross (45/133)
  2. M Parr (45/128)
  3. D Corlett (43/127)

C Class

  1. J Hancox (39/115)
  2. R Radcliffe (40/114)
  3. R Corlett (40/112)

Sadler Agricultural Supplies ABT league – 5th Round

The fifth round of the Sadler Agricultural Supplies ABT league was also held. The leader after the first round was Peter Kelly with 22 points, in equal
second place on 21 were the Wade boys Alan and Arran, with John Moore next on 19. After the second round Arran Wade repeated his first round score to
finish in third place on 42, with dad Alan hitting 23 to finish in second
place on 44, but top of the pile with 45 points was Peter Kelly

Manx Petroleum’s Olympic skeet League – 5th Round

In the afternoon the fifth round of the Manx Petroleum’s Olympic skeet
league was held, at top of the class was James Bradley with 47 points, with
Dave Clague second on 44, and Dave Corlett third on 42, Stan Cross was forth
on 40, with Ted Davis fifth on 37, Rob Corlett sixth on 26, and Will Rand
seventh on 22.

On the Saturday a 100 bird selection shoot was held with Dave
Clague taking the high gun with a well shot 94, which is a qualifying score
for Island selection, James Bradley was second on 81, with Ted Davis third on
80.


Next week is a 100 bird sporting selection shoot entries close at 10am
Duty officers this week are B Faragher & R Moore

Club All Round

Manx Petroleum’s Club All Round

The Club All Round was held at Meary Veg, Santon with 18 competitors taking part in mainly dry but windy conditions and kindly sponsored once again by Manx Petroleum.

The leader after the first two disciplines DTL and English skeet was James Bradley on 144 points, with Neil Parsons second on 141, and Stan Cross third on 138.

The next two disciplines Olympic skeet and ABT saw James Bradley increase his lead to ten points with 270 points, in second place now was John Moore on 260 with Stan Cross and Neil parsons in equal third place on 243, in fifth place on 241 was Mark Riley and making up the top six was Jeff Corkill on 232.

The fifth and last discipline was Sporting and when all the scores were added up, in the junior class kindly sponsored by Jamie Hancox, Arran Wade was third on 230, Michael Cross was second on 237, with David Cowin taking the junior prize on 246. In C class Will Rand finished in third place on 204, with Mark Barnett taking second place on 226, and with junior David Cowin winning C class with 246. Jack Clague was third in B class with 241, with Brian Faragher second on 286, but the winner of B class with 303 was Stan Cross. In A class Dave Corlett finished in third place on 295, with Mark Riley taking second place on 307, but pippin Mark by one point and taking A class with 308 was John Moore, but the man of the day was James Bradley who increased his lead to 22 points at the end and became the Club All Round Champion for 2020 with a fine score of 330, well done James.

Results

Highgun

  • J Bradley (72 ES, 72 DTL, 66 OS, 60 ABT, 60 SPT = 330)

A Class

  1. J Moore (72 ES, 65 DTL, 69 OS, 54 ABT, 48 SPT = 308)
  2. M Riley (60 ES, 73 DTL, 45 OS, 63 ABT, 66 SPT = 307)
  3. D Corlett (63 ES, 70 DTL, 42 OS, 51 ABT, 69 SPT = 295)

B Class

  1. S Cross (75 ES, 63 DTL, 51 OS, 54 ABT, 60 SPT = 303)
  2. B Faragher (63 ES, 61 DTL, 45 OS, 60 ABT, 57 SPT = 286)
  3. J Clague (48 ES, 67 DTL, 48 OS, 42 ABT, 36 SPT = 241)

C Class

  1. D Cowin – Jnr (69 ES, 57 DTL, 30 OS, 45 ABT, 45 SPT = 246)
  2. M Barnett (66 ES, 49 DTL, 48 OS, 33 ABT, 30 SPT = 226)
  3. W Rand (54 ES, 60 DTL, 30 OS, 24 ABT, 36 SPT = 204)

Ladies Class

  • N Barnett (48 ES, 39 DTL, 36 OS, 12 ABT, 30 SPT = 165)

Next week is the Pro Sporting GP over 100 targets on Sunday with the Sporting Medley over 75 targets on Monday, entries close at 10am for both. Duty officers this week are J Moore & D Corlett

IOM ABT Championship

The IOM ABT Championship was held at Meary Veg, Santon with 14 competitors taking part in dull but dry conditions.

The leader after the first round was Alan wade with a perfect 25 straight, in second place on 23 was Rob Watterson, with Stan Sinner third on 22, followed by Dave Walton, Mark Riley, Steven Craine and junior Arran Wade on 20. Alan wade was still in the lead after round two with 47 points, but in second place now was Stan Skinner on 46, with Rob Watterson third on 44. We had a new leader after round three in Stan Skinner with 68 points, one ahead of Alan Wade in second place on 67, with Dave Walton now third on 65. Wade scored 20 in his last round to finish in third place on 87, while Walton scored 24 in his last round to finish in second place on 89, but the new IOM ABT Champion is Stan Sinner winning it for the first time with 90 points.

Results

Adult

  1. S Skinner (22, 24, 22, 22 = 90)
  2. D Walton (20, 22, 23, 24 = 89)
  3. 3rd A Wade (25, 22, 20, 20 = 87)
  4. 4th M Riley (20, 22, 20, 20 = 82)
  5. P Kelly (18, 23, 19, 20 = 81)
    R Watterson (23, 21, 18, 19 = 81)

Junior

  1. Arr Wade (20, 20, 20, 20 = 80)

On Saturday is 100 Sport trap the Ayre CTC entries close at 1-30pm. On Sunday is the club all round championship sponsored by Manx Petroleum’s. Duty officers this week are G Davies & T Davis

IOM DTL Championship

The Sadler Agricultural Supplies IOM DTL Championship was held at Meary Veg, Santon, in near perfect conditions.

The leader at the half way mark was Mike Walker with 50 straight for 147 points in equal second place on 145 were Peter Kelly and Mark Riley with Phil Ward in fourth place on 144 followed by Neil Parsons on 143. At the end of the third round Neil Parsons and Mark Riley were in equal first place on 217 with Mike Walker third on 216. At the end of the forth and final round the new IOM DTL Champion is Mike Walker with 289 points, we had to have a shoot off for second place between Neil Parson and Mark Riley with Neil taking second place by 73 to 68. The winning junior sponsored by Field and Range was Arran Wade on 278.

Results

Overall

  1. M Walker (25/74, 25/73, 23/69, 25/73 = 289)
  2. N Parsons (23/69, 25/74, 25/74, 24/71 = 288 + 73)
  3. M Riley (25/74, 24/71, 25/72, 24/71 = 288 + 68)

Class Winners

  • A Class: A Wade (287)
  • B Class: D Corlett
  • C Class: R Corlett (256)
  • Juniors: Arr Wade (278)

Tower Insurance DTL League

On Sunday morning we had the next round of the Tower Insurance DTL League. High gun on the day was Alan Wade with 50 straight for 147 points, in second place also with a 50 straight was Steven Craine with Mike Walker third on 143. George Davies was the B class winner on 130 with Mike Parr second on 126 followed by Rob Marshall in third place on 108. Rob Corlett won C class on 110 with Joseph Lapa second on 107.

Results

A Class

  1. A Wade (50/147)
  2. S Craine (50/145)
  3. M Walker (48/143)

B Class

  1. G Davies (45/130)
  2. M Parr (42/126)
  3. R Marshall (37/108)

C Class

  1. R Corlett (41/110)
  2. J Lapa (38/107)

Sadler Agricultural Supplies ABT League

In the afternoon the next round of the Sadler Agricultural Supplies ABT league was held with the J D Faulkner high gun and Peter Kelly handicap cups up for grabs. We had a tie for first place between Peter Kelly and Alan wade for the Faulkner cup so a shoot off was required to find a winner and the winner was Alan Wade. The Peter Kelly handicap winner was Arran Wade with 55 points.

Results

Overall

  1. A Wade (21, 21 = 42 + 24)
  2. P Kelly (22, 20 = 42 + 19)
  3. A Stepka (19, 22 = 41)

Handicap

  1. Arr Wade (38, 17 = 55)

Manx Petroleum’s Olympic Skeet League

The final shoot of the day was the Manx Petroleum’s Olympic Skeet league which had the Cannell Crossing cup up for grabs and the winner was David Clague on 44 with Michael Cross second on 37 and Stan Cross third on 34. The Cannell crossing cup winning was also David Clague with 19 points.

Results

  1. D Clague (21, 23 = 44)
  2. M Cross (18, 19 = 37)
  3. S Cross (14, 20 = 34)

Next week is the Trap medley on Saturday afternoon with entries closing at 13:00 and the Fabrizio all round Championship on Sunday, entries closing at 10:00.

July Bank Holiday Update

Manx Petroleum Olympic Skeet League

It was yet another busy bank holiday weekend at Meary Veg with no less than five competitions taking place .The first one was the Manx Petroleum’s Olympic skeet league on Saturday afternoon which also had the Parkinson High Gun cup up for grabs.

The winner was Mr Olympic skeet himself David Clague with 45 points with junior Michael Cross second on 44 followed by Neil Parsons on 42,the handicap winner was Will Rand with 59 points

Results

  1. D Clague (22, 23 = 45)
  2. M Cross (23, 21 = 44)
  3. N Parsons (20, 22 = 42)
  4. J Bradley (18, 19 = 37)
    J Corkill (17, 20 = 37)
  5. S Cross (19, 16 = 35)

Sadler Agricultural ABT League

The next round of the Sadler Agricultural Supplies ABT league was also held on Saturday afternoon and Mark Riley was the winner with 44 points with Mark hitting a 25 straight in his first round next was Alan Wade in second place on 42 followed by Mike Walker on 40 in third.Junior Arran Wade was the handicap winner with 53 points

Results

  1. M Riley (25, 19 = 44)
  2. A Wade (23, 19 = 42)
  3. M Walker (20, 20 = 40)
  4. P Kelly (19, 20 = 39)
  5. A Stepka (18, 19 = 37)
    B Faragher (18, 19 = 37)

Dave and Pam Corlett Pro Sporting league – 4th Round

On Sunday morning the forth round of the Dave and Pam Corlett Pro Sporting league was held with 21 shooters taking to the stands in very windy but dry conditions which had the Pam & Dave Corlett Highgun and the Meary Veg Handicap cup up for grabs.

The leaders at the half way stage were father and son, Stan and Michael Cross with 23 points followed by George Davies, John Moore and another father and son pairing Alan and Arran Wade on 20. At the end of the competition third place in C class went to junior Joe Faragher on 37, in second place on 38 was Mark Barnett with Will Rand taking C class with 39 points. Equal third in B class were Giulio Fabrizio and Arthur Hayes on 40 points, and we also had a tie for first place between John Moore and Junior Michael Cross on 41. In A class Alan wade was third on 41, with Stan Cross taking second place on 43, but top of the class with 44 points and winning the Pam and Dave Corlett high gun cup was George Davies who hit a fine 24 in his second round. The Meary Veg handicap winner was Mark Barnett with 66 points

Results

A Class

  1. G Davies (20, 24 = 44)
  2. S Cross (23, 20 = 43)
  3. A Wade (20, 21 = 41)

B Class

  1. =1st J Moore (20, 21 = 41)
    M Cross (23, 18 = 41)
  2. G Fabrizio (19, 21 = 40)
    A Hayes (19, 21 = 40)

C Class

  1. W Rand (20, 19 = 39)
  2. M Barnett (17, 21 = 38)
  3. J Faragher (16, 21 = 37)

Handicap

  • M Barnett (38 + 28 = 66)

SMP Partners Sporting League – 4th Round

The next competition was the forth round of the SMP Partners Sporting league on Sunday afternoon, this also had two cups up for grabs the Ted Gohl Highgun trophy and the Brian Faragher Handicap cup, nineteen shooters took part in this again in very windy conditions.

Roy Moore was in third place in C class with 25 points, with Mark Barnett taking second place on 30 points, with Will Rand winning C class with 31 points. We had a three way tie for third place in B class with Giulio Fabrizio, Arran Wade and Brian Faragher all scoring 31 points, in second place on 32 was Alan Wade with Peter Fabrizio taking B class with 33 points. Third place in A class went to Peter Kelly with 35 points, with Ben Richards taking second place on 38, in first place and winning the Ted Gohl Highgun trophy was Stan Cross with 39 points. In the handicap section it was a good day for Mark Barnett as he made it a double cup winning day by winning the Brian Faragher Handicap cup with 56 points.

Results

A Class

  1. S Cross (39)
  2. B Richards (38)
  3. P Kelly (35)

B Class

  1. P Fabrizio (33)
  2. A Wade (32)
  3. B Faragher (31)
    Arr Wade (31)
    G Fabrizio (31)

C Class

  1. W rand (31)
  2. M Barnett (30)
  3. R Moore (25)

Handicap

  • 1st M Barnett (30 + 26 = 56)

Cross Doubles

The fifth and final competition of the bank holiday weekend was the Cross Doubles kindly sponsored by The Cross Family, with 20 competitors taking part in very windy conditions making high scoring difficult.

The leader at the half way stage was Giulio Fabrizio with 42 points, in second place on 40 was James Simpson, with Paul Mihailovits in third place on 39, followed by John Moore and Stan Cross on 38. At the end of the shoot the ladies winner was Madeleine Simpson with 58 points, in third place in the junior section was David Cowin with 55 points, Joe Faragher was in second place on 66, but taking the junior class with 76 points was Michael Cross. In the team section Peter Kelly and John Moore were third on 151, with Giulio Fabrizio and Paul Mihailovits taking second place on 154, but the team winners were Dave Corlett and James Simpson on 158. In third place overall was John Moore on 80, with Dave Corlett beating John on count back for second place also with 80 points, but the new Cross Doubles champion is Jeff Corkill who scored 81 points in very difficult conditions.

Results

Adults

  1. J Corkill (18, 19, 21, 23 = 81)
  2. D Corlett (15, 21, 21, 23 = 80)
  3. J Moore (16, 22, 20, 22 = 80)

Ladies

  • M Simpson (10, 21, 13, 14 = 58)

Junior

  1. M Cross (18, 19, 16, 23 = 76)
  2. J Faragher (18, 16, 16, 16 = 66)
  3. D Cowin (14, 12, 11, 18 = 55)

This Saturday is the Crowe Morgan English Skeet GP over 100 targets, with morning and afternoon sessions, contact Peter for details. On Sunday is the next round of the Colin Bowen Memorial English skeet league with the Easter Highgun and Handicap cups up for grabs entries close at 10am