Final Round of Summer Sporting

Pro Sporting, Round 6

The sixth and final round of the Dave and Pam Corlett Pro Sporting league was held at Meary Veg Santon in wet and cool conditions but it did not deter the 16 shooters taking part as the competition was shot from the shelters that the club have built over the past couple of years.

The leader after the first layout was John Moore with 24 points in second place on 23 were junior Joe Faragher and Peter Kelly followed by Rob Corlett, Paul Mihailovits, Will Ennett and Dave Corlett on 22.

Once every body had finished the second layout we had the following results, in C class Brian Kelly finished in third place with 40 points, but we had a tie for first place in C between Daniel Zorab and Will Ennett who both shot 43. In B class newcomer Ben Stembridge was third on 42 with John Moore taking second place on 45 but winning B class with the best score of the was junior Joe Faragher with 47 points. Paul Mihailovits was third in A class with 44 points but we had another tie for first place in A between Will Rand and Rob Corlett on 45 points, Will hitting a straight on the second layout.

Results

Class A

  1. W Rand (45)
  2. R Corlett (45)
  3. P Mihailovits (44)

Class B

  1. J Faragher (J)(47)
  2. J Moore (45)
  3. B Stembridge (42)

Class C

  1. W Ennett (43)
  2. D Zorab (43)
  3. B Kelly (40)

English Sporting, Round 6

In the afternoon the final round of the Suntera Sporting League was held with 18 competitors taking part in damp dull conditions, which was  again shot under the shelters.

The leaders after the first stand were John Moore and Brian Faragher with 9 points followed by Paul Mihailovits, Will Rand, Arran Wade, Dave Corlett and Peter Kelly on 8. John Moore was in the lead on his own after stand two with 19 points followed by Paul Mihailovits, Dave Corlett and Dave Clague on 17.

We had a new leader after stand three in Paul Mihailovits with 27 points with Ben Stembridge in second place on 26 followed by six shooters on 24. Stand four and Mihailovits was still in the lead on 35 with Stembridge in second place on 34 followed by Rand and George Davies on 33.

The final results after the fifth and final stand were, in C class Ed Rixon was third on 26 with lady shooter Irene Stockil taking second place on 29 but winning C class with 32 points was Mark Sweetman. We had a three way tie for first place in B class between junior Arran Wade, John Moore and Dave Corlett all on 39 points. Ben Stem Bridge was third in A class on 41 with Will Rand taking second place with 42 points but top of the class with 44 points was Paul Mihailovits.

Results

Class A

  1. P Mihailovits (44)
  2. W Rand (42)
  3. B Stembridge (41)

Class B

  1. D Corlett (39)
  2. J Moore (39)
  3. Arr Wade (J)(39)

Class C

  1. M Sweetman (32)
  2. I Stockil (L)(29)
  3. E Rixon (26)

The full overall league results will be posted once they have been checked. The IOM All Round Championship which was due to be held on Sunday 24th September has been moved to 15th October also the range will be closed on Sunday 24th September.

Another Skeet Cup for Roman Sammer

English Skeet, Round 5

The fifth round of the Colin Bowen Memorial English Skeet league was held at Meary Veg Santon with 15 competitors taking part in near ideal conditions and to add spice to the competition the Cesar Leonetti Handicap cup was up for grabs.

We had a five way tie after the first round with A class shooters Rachael Bowen Matthews, James Simpson, John Moore and C class shooters Roman Sammer and Mike Walker (who brought his trap gun instead of his skeet gun) all hitting 24, on 23 were another two C class shooters in Mike Whitehead and Brian Kelly.

At the end of the second round we had Mike Walker and Brian Kelly in equal second place in C class with 45 points but taking C class with 48 points and joint highgun was Roman Sammer. Steven Rand was third in B class with 35 points with Madeleine Simpson in second place on 36 but taking B class with 37 points was George Davies.

Paul Mihailovits was in third place in A class with 46 points, who shot the only straight of the day in his second round, but we had a tie for first place in a between James Simpson and Rachael Bowen Matthews on 48 points.

The winner of the Cesar Leonetti handicap cup was C class winner Roman Sammer with 61 points.

Results

Class A

  1. J Simpson (48)
  2. R Bowen Matthews (48)
  3. P Mihailovits (48)

Class B

  1. G Davies (37)
  2. M Simpson (L)(36)
  3. S Rand (35)

Class C

  1. R Sammer (48)
  2. M walker (45)
  3. B Kelly (45)

Handicap Cup

  1. R Sammer (48)
  2. M Whitehead (55)
  3. B Kelly (55)

Full Results

MV Summer Trap & Skeet

DTL League, Round Five

It was another busy day at Meary Veg with three competitions taking place.
First up was the fifth round of the Tower Insurance DTL league held in near ideal conditions.

The joint leaders after the first round were Mike Walker and Peter Kelly on 69 points in equal third place on 66 were Phil Ward and Stan Cross with junior Arran Wade, John Moore and Mark Riley next on 65.

After the second round the final results were in C class Brian Kelly was second with 86 points with Mike Whitehead in first place in C on 129. Ted Kermeen was third in B on 108 with Stan Cross taking second place on 116 but winning B class with 122 points was Dave Corlett.

In A class Phil Ward was in third place with 135 points with Arran Wade taking second place with 138 but just piping him for highgun by one point was Mike Walker with 139 points.

Results

Class A

  1. M Walker (139)
  2. Arr Wade (138)
  3. P Ward (135)

Class B

  1. D Corlett (122)
  2. S Cross (116)
  3. E Kermeen (108)

Class C

  1. M Whitehead (129)
  2. B Kelly (86)

Full Results

  1. 05 March
  2. 02 April
  3. 07 May
  4. 04 June
  5. 03 September
  6. 01 October

Olympic Skeet League, Round Five

The second shoot of the day was the fifth round of the Manx Petroleum’s Olympic skeet league which had the Parkinson Highgun cup up for grabs.

In first place also winning the Parkinson cup was James Bradley with 41 points, in second place on 40 was Stan Cross with Ted Davis third on 32. The handicap winner was Mike Whitehead with 40 points.

Results

  1. J Bradley (41)
  2. S Cross (41)
  3. T Davis (32)

Full Results

  1. 05 March
  2. 02 April
  3. 07 May
  4. 04 June
  5. 03 September
  6. 01 October

ABT League, Round Five

The third and final shoot was the fifth round of the Sadler Agricultural Supplies ABT league.

The joint leaders after the first round were Father and son Alan and Arran Wade with both hitting 25 straights, in third place on 23 was Steven Craine with Mark Riley and Stan Skinner in equal fourth place on 22.

With both Wades shooting along side each other in squad two it going to be interesting to see who cracked first in the second round and it was Alan who missed his ninth target, so all eyes were on junior Arran to see if he could get 50 straight but it didn’t as he missed his 19th target to finish on 24 for a total of 49, but dad Alan, who  never gives up, ground a score out, chipping second barrelling  a lot of his targets to finish also with a  24 to tie with Arran on 49, Steven Craine was third with 45 points.

Results

  1. Arr Wade (J)(49)
  2. A Wade (49)
  3. S Craine (45)
  4. M Riley (44)
  5. S Skinner (43)

Full Results

  1. 05 March
  2. 02 April
  3. 07 May
  4. 04 June
  5. 03 September
  6. 01 October

Bank Holiday Bonanza

Trap Medley

The IOM Clay Pigeon Shooting club hosted the annual Trap Medley kindly sponsored once again by Creer & Kelly Ltd.

16 competitors took to the stands in near ideal conditions. With both DTL and Single Barrel DTL being shot on both ranges the leaders before the final discipline ABT were, in first place was DTL specialist Phil Ward with 136 points, in second place on 128 was veteran Jack Clague with John Moore in third place on 126, we then had four shooters on 125, junior Arran Wade, Peter Kelly, and the Craine boys Calum and Steven.

The last discipline, ABT was shot in reverse order of three squads, in the first squad Mike Parr had the best score of 66 with Rob Corlett scoring 63, in the second squad Steven Craine and Stan Skinner had the best scores with 69 points  followed by George Davies on 66. In the last squad were leader Phil Ward, Jack Clague, John Moore, Peter Kelly, Arran Wade and Calum Craine. Once all the scores were checked we had the following results:

The new Trap Medley Champion is Phil Ward with the only shooter to break the 200 barrier with 205 points in second place on 194 was Steven Craine with Junior Arran Wade third on 191.

Results

  1. P Ward (205)
  2. S Craine (194)
  3. A Wade (J)(191)
  4. G Davies (189)
  5. P Kelly (188)
  6. J Moore (186)

Manx Skeet Championship

On bank holiday Monday the Manx Skeet Championship was held kindly sponsored once again by John Moore and we had a new champion in Jeff Corkill scoring 45 points, we had a three way tie for second place between A class shooters Dave Corlett, Paul Mihailovits and C class Roman Sammer on 44 points.

Results

Class A

  1. D Corlett (44)
  2. P Mihailovits (44)
  3. J Moore (40)

Class C

  1. R Sammer (44)
  2. D Morgan (37)
  3. M Hepworth (32)

NSSA Skeet

In the afternoon the Manx Petroleum’s NASSA skeet competition was held  and we had joint winners with Stan Cross and Paul Mihailovits tying for first place with 48 points each, in third place on 47 was Dave Corlett with Jeff Corkill taking fourth place with 46 points followed by Roman Sammer in fifth place on 45 and to round of the top six were John Moore and junior Zac Bellhouse with 42 points.

Results

  1. S Cross (48)
  2. P Mihailovits (48)
  3. D Corlett (47)
  4. J Corkill (46)
  5. R Sammer (45)
  6. J Moore (42)
  7. Z Bellhouse (J)(42)

Bumper Sporting Weekend

It was another busy week at Meary Veg with three competitions. The first competition was the Meary Veg FITASC Championship on Wednesday afternoon/evening kindly sponsored by Brian Faragher.

Meary Veg FITASC Championship

This discipline was new to Meary Veg and all 17 competitors really enjoyed it especially Paul Mihailovits who came away with the championship spoils scoring 40 points. In second place on 38 was Dave Corlett with junior Joe Faragher taking third place on 37. Jack Clague was forth on 34 followed by Will Ennett, Liam Kirkpatrick and Mark Barnett on 33.

Full results here.

Pro Sporting, Round 5

On Sunday morning the fifth round of the Dave and Pam Corlett Pro Sporting league took place with 23 competitors taking part in dry windy conditions.

The leader after the first layout was Peter Kelly with 21 points in second place on 20 were Paul Mihailovits and Steven Craine followed by Rob Corlett, Mark Sweetman and Paul Mihailovits on 19.

After the second layout we had Mike Whitehead in third place in C class on 26 points with Will Ennett and Mark Hepworth in equal first place with 30 points. Brian Faragher was third in B class with 35 points with Mark Sweetman taking second place on 38 points but taking B class with 39 points was Liam Kirkpatrick which was joint high gun on the day with Will Rand who took A class by one point from Dave & Rob Corlett and Paul Mihailovits in equal second place on 38.

Results

Class A

  1. W Rand (39)
  2. D Corlett (38)
  3. R Corlett (38)

Class B

  1. L Kirpatrick (39)
  2. M Sweetman (38)
  3. B Faragher (35)

Class C

  1. M Hepworth (30)
  2. W Ennett (30)
  3. M Whitehead (26)

English Sporting, Round 5

In the afternoon we had the fifth round of the Suntera Global sporting league. The leaders after the first stand were juniors Arran Wade and Zac Bellhouse with 9 points. In equal third place on 8 points were  Will Rand and Paul Mihailovits.

After the second stand Paul Mihailovits and John Moore were the joint leaders on 16 points with Alan Wade, Dave Corlett, George Davies, and Arran Wade in equal third place on 15. We had a four way tie for first place after stand three with Paul Mihailovits, Dave Corlett,George Davies and newcomer Ben Stembridge all tying on 24 points followed by Alan Wade on 23.

After stand four we had a clear leader in Paul Mihailovits on 34 points with Ben Stembridge and Alan Wade in equal second place on 33 followed by Dave Corlett on 32. After the fifth and final stand we had the following results, Mark Sweetman finished in third place in C class with 33 points with Mike Whitehead taking second place on 36 but taking C class with 38 points was Liam Kirkpatrick.

In B class Brian Faragher was in third place on 37 points but we had a tie for first place between John Moore and Dave Corlett on 38 points. In A class we had a three way tie for third place between Will Rand, Mark Barnett and George Davies on 37 points. In second place on 39 points was Alan Wade but top of the class with a well shot 44 points was Paul Mihailovits.

Results

Class A

  1. P Mihailovits (44)
  2. A Wade (39)
  3. G Davies (37)
  4. W Rand (37)
  5. M Barnett (37)

Class B

  1. D Corlett (38)
  2. J Moore (38)
  3. B Faragher (37)

Class C

  1. L Kirkpatrick (38)
  2. M Whitehead (36)
  3. M Sweetman (33)

Next week is the Creer & Kelly Trap medley on the Sunday with the Manx Skeet Championship sponsored by John Moore on bank holiday Monday morning followed by the NASSA skeet championship in the afternoon both over 50 targets.