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Old 19th July 2010, 06:33 PM
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Well a few weeks ago I had no idea when I would be back shooting so I was over the moon to be back at mad for what was a fantastic weekend.

Thanks to Degsy for being patient and having to put up with the Travers clan, big thanks to Rik for being my gun ***** and Bex who was a great caddy.

A huge thanks to Ian and the mad crew for such a fantastic weekend.

I don't think I would have recovered quite so quickly without all of the support from so many of you all.

See you all soon

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Old 19th July 2010, 06:44 PM
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Thanks to ian and the gang, put my faith back in shooting after a rocky few months. Great weekend, well worth the 3 hours travel time.
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Old 19th July 2010, 07:17 PM
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Got home at half seven tonight after a rather long drive in pouring rain, Stuart and Sean swapped vehicles at my place and still have 2 hours to go.

Well worth the 1000+ mile round trip, couldn't have been looked after any better by Ian and his crew.

Also big thanks to all the marshalls and PETE and PETE for all the organisation.

Went rount with Peter Foote and Little Steph, great banter to say the least, I can give Steph no higher praise than saying a learned a lot from her after I had helped to find her missing Mojo (she had only gone and left it in the bottom of her bag) so expecting even bigger things soon from her.

Woger, what can i say, your a LEG END mate, who would have imagined there was that amazing specimen under that T shirt and shorts!!!!!!!!

Will see some of you when you come up for the Scotland/England match next month!!!

Have organised some cracking weather for that one!
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Old 19th July 2010, 08:39 PM
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I would just like to thank all at MAD for a great weekend, it is the first national I have shot and I had a really great time shooting 2 great courses.
Thanks to Steve Gillies and Harry Compton who I shot with on Saturday, and Ian Paul and Harry for Sunday.
Well done to all the winners over the weekend.

I think i now have the bug and may well try the remaining rounds.

Thanks again

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Old 19th July 2010, 08:51 PM
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Great weekend Ian Nice to have a chat with you top bloke and a master course setter thanks to all that has said well done to andrew i no he doesnt show it but means a lot to him and thanks to pete sparks for his help and pete dutton for doing his gun when he had it top blokes,
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Old 19th July 2010, 09:12 PM
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Brilliant couple of days, well done to all those involved in setting out such a fantastic spectacal.

Great shooting from Rog and Colin on Sat. Well done Rog in the shootoff.

Top shooting from Darren on Sun, and well done to all the other 58ers

Well done to all the other categories also
Thanks to the caterers, and last but not least enjoyed the great company of Doug & Shaun

Cant wait for next year!.
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Old 20th July 2010, 10:30 AM
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Just another post to say Thank you to Ian and all involved at MAD for putting on what was a fantastic weekend of entertainment and shooting.

I had a fantastic couple of days except my shooting but that's normal

Thank you to my shooting partners Degsy and the The Raspberry Ripple Janine who I still couldn't beat

Also to Elaine for the tea's and coffees, they were very much appreciated.

Also well done to all the winners over the weekend and especially Laity who does take some stick all though I'm sure he gives more than he takes
It's been a while coming but congrats on your win.

Looking forward to the next round at Shepreth athough they have a lot to live up to.

See you all at the next round.

Steyr LG100 "Barley Twist" dare I say EB Sniper

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Old 20th July 2010, 10:50 AM
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Had a fantastic time at MAD very memorable, even though my scores weren't it was well worth the long journey. Big thanks to everyone for making us feel so welcome, really nice to see you all again and looking forward to doing it again already


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Old 20th July 2010, 11:58 AM
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Little bit late to reply to this due to travelling..

A massive well done to Ian and the MAD crew. The 2 courses were absolutely fantastic in every way and the weekend was one of the best i've had in a long time.

Big thanks to Lanky Mark, Giles, RyanC and posh bloke Harford for some great company on the saturday night and to Rog and Daryll for the fun on the course. Special thanks to Rog Bently for helping me along to a well chuffed 58 on the Sunday

Despite a few hiccups with the odd target....i have to say that the technical content of the 2 courses were second to none. I'm really going to have to put some thinking into the Emley double header to get anywhere near to those 2 courses. Although i'm sure the ground and the Yorkshire wind pixies will be on hand to help.
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Old 20th July 2010, 12:23 PM
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thanks to everyone involved i thought it was a great week end

also apologies to anyone who saw me on Saturday night
My silence is not weakness, but the beginning of my revenge.

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