North Fylde shooters with Duncan Smith scoring.
The inter Group shoot was held at Wyreside Shooting Ground was well attended with 53 Masonic shooters and guests taking part on an extremely cold day.
The shoot put on by Tom Rowlandson had good targets some quite testing, all taking part reported that they enjoyed the shoot and where looking forward to the next one. Six groups were represented on the day. North Fylde brought their group chairman Duncan Smith to act as official scorer.
Assistant Provincial Grand Master Harry Cox came along to support his teams, the honorary vice president of the society Phil Gunning APrGM also came to support the event.
Some of the Liverpool Group who took part.
The event attracted some shooters who were not members of the West Lancashire Clay Pigeon Shooting Society and Lawrence Alston said: “Hopefully they will join us on future occasions”.
The North Fylde team won the competition (100 ex 150), with Blackpool second with 94 ex 150, in third place were South Fylde with 92 ex 150.
The shoot generated £461 for charity – a magnificent amount for a small event.
The brethren gave many thanks to all the staff at Wyreside Shooting Ground for putting on the event, with special thanks to Sue Alston, June Casey and Jo Brown for taking the entries, collating the scores, selling the raffle tickets, (they must have been freezing!) and of course the people who selflessly donated the raffle prizes as well as all those who turned up to support the event.
If anyone would like to try their hand a clay shooting contact the society secretary Lawrence Alston firstname.lastname@example.org who can arrange it for you.
Ian Heyes Shoot Captain presents the trophy to two of the North Fylde team.