Port Colborne Match Report July 23rd, 2022

July 28, 2022 Jeff Hemming

By Rob Wright, Match Director

The forecast threatened thunderstorms and wind but the day turned out great. It was hot and it was humid, but the rain stayed away and the breeze was not too bad.

A big Thank You as always to Port Colborne & District Conservation Club for the use of this fine facility. And to those who helped to set up and tear down the course – especially some who jumped in to help with this for the first time.

To all of you that attended – your participation is very much appreciated – Thank You!

The lanes were set up a bit less nasty this time out while still taking advantage of the great natural environment that this club offers.  The many trees and the variable light coming through the leaves always makes for some challenges on every lane.

A few shooters were not troubled at all by the heat or the course set up.

Lanny shot a perfect 60 for 60 in the Open Division.

Tom shot a new personal best at 112 / 120 to take the top spot in the Hunter Division.

Great shooting guys!

We had another first time shooter join us at Port Colborne and we again had a junior out.  This is great to see and I encourage everyone to bring out a friend.  If you have someone who is interested but does not have the gear, please reach out and we can figure something out.

There were 19 shooters this match.

Match Results:

Hunter PCP

Tom K with 112 /120

Tony L        109

Mike P        108

Rob G        108

Tony M       95

Larry Y       87

Hunter piston

Rob W        99 / 120

Marc S        97

Mike D        86

Gary C        61

Hunter Junior

Daniel D     55

Open PCP

Lanny H     60 / 60 !!!

Len J          57

Dennis E     54

Chris H       48

Peter E       31

WFTF Piston

Bob W        51 / 60

Jon M         33


James L     53 / 60

Remember that the Canadian National Competition is coming up at this very course in just under 2 months and I would love to see all of our regulars out to what should be a lot of fun.

Once again thanks to the Port Colborne & District and Conservation Club and all who attended and made this a great day!