Fabrizio claims Medley Title

2022 Skeet Medley

The annual Skeet Medley Championship was held at Meary Veg, Santon, in near perfect conditions.

The leader after the English skeet was Peter Kelly with a perfect straight scoring 24 points as no optional is required, in second place on 23 were Stan Cross and Paul Mihailovits followed by John Moore on 22.

The next discipline was Manx Skeet and we had a new leader in Paul Mihailovits with 47 points with Stan Cross and John Moore in equal second place on 46 followed by Peter Kelly on 45 with Giulio Fabrizio in fifth place on 43. Making up the top six was Dave Corlett on 41.

The third discipline was Skeet Doubles and Mihailovits increased his lead to three by hitting all 26 targets for a running total of 73. Stan Cross was second on 70 with John Moore third on 69, in fourth place on 68 was Giulio Fabrizio and making up the top six was Peter Kelly on 67.

The forth and final skeet discipline was Olympic skeet which proved to be a game changer; Dave Corlett finished in sixth place on 80 with Peter Kelly fifth on 84, John Moore was forth on 84. We had a tie for second place overall between Stan Cross and Paul Mihailovits on 90 points but the surprise winner who trailed the leader by five points going into the last round was Giulio Fabrizio with 91 points having hit 23 in the last discipline Olympic skeet – well done Giulio!

Results

High Gun

  • G Fabrizio (21, 22, 25, 23 = 91)

Class A

  1. S Cross (23, 23, 24, 20 = 90)
  2. P Mihailovits (23, 24, 26, 17 = 90)
  3. J Moore (22, 24, 23, 17 = 86)

Class B

  1. P Fabrizio (20, 17, 18, 14 = 69)

Class C

  1. N Barnett (18, 13, 13, 10 = 54)
P Mihailovits, J Moore, P Fabrizio, G Fabrizio, N Barnett, S Cross

A Day of Autumn Skeet

Moore victorious in 2021 Skeet Medley

The annual Meary Veg Skeet Medley sponsored by Manx Petroleum’s was held at Meary Veg Santon in dull and overcast conditions.

The leader after the English Skeet was Paul Mihailovits with 23 points with Dave Corlett, Jeff Corkill and Peter Kelly next on 22. The next discipline was Manx Skeet and we had a new leader in John Moore on 44 with Paul Mihailovits and Dave Corlett next on 43.

Skeet doubles was the next form of skeet shooting to be held and John Moore was still in the lead on 69 closely followed by Paul Mihailovits in second place on 68 with Dave Corlett next on 66 in third place. The last skeet discipline was Olympic skeet and this sorts normally sorts the men from the boys and it didn’t disappoint . Nicky Barnett took C class on 58 points. In B class junior Joe Faragher was third on 71 with another junior David Cowin in second place on 77 and in first place in B class was Peter Kelly on 79.

We had a tie for second place in A class between Mark Barnett and Dave Corlett on 83 with the third round leader John Moore taking A class with 84 having scoring only 15 points in the Olympic skeet which left Paul Mihailovits to take the Skeet Medley championship with 87 points – well shot Paul!

Results

High Gun

  1. P Mihailovits (23, 20, 25, 19 = 87)

A Class

  1. Moore (21, 23, 25, 15 = 84)
  2. M Barnett (21, 20, 22, 20 = 83)
    D Corlett (22, 21, 22, 17 = 83)

B Class

  1. P Kelly (22, 17, 20, 20 = 79)
  2. D Cowin (J) (20, 21, 22, 14 = 77)
  3. J Faragher (J) (19, 19, 18, 15 = 71)

C Class

  1. N Barnett (L) (19, 10, 20, 9 = 58)
Skeet shooters J Moore, P Mihailovits, D Corlett, N Barnett, J Cowley, M Barnett, D Cowin, J Faragher, J Corkill, and P Kelly

Next week is the Meary Veg Trap Medley over 75 targets sponsored by Creer & Kelly Ltd. We still have a couple of dinner tickets spare if you still want to go. Duty officers this week are B Faragher & W Rand.