Let's say that Bill S won comfortably.
One chap with a Daystate Mk4 started to run out of air on the practice card. There was only a 12 minute detail period and he decided there wasn't time to leave the firing line, refill and come back, with not many minutes remaining out of the 12. It proved to be a flawed decision as his scoring target was brought in, in virginal condition.
What was also evident was the variation between the five lanes. Lane 1 was the windward side and lane 5 was roughly parallel to a hedge. It was lane 4 that returned the lowest scores every time, and it was only on lane 4 where we had trouble with the wind trying to tear the targets out from under the bulldog clips.
Nobody got to shoot lane 4 more than once, I might add.