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BEDFORDSHIRE SUPREME CHAMPION 2020

The Story So Far

 

    SPORTING 31st Aug SPORTRAP 12/13 Sept SKEET    26/27 Sept ALL ROUND          26/27 Sept TOTALS
   
1 Steve Whitelock 10 10     20
2 Jason Brockett 9 9     18
3 Gary Hamilton 8 8     16
3 Scott Shuckford 10 6     16
4 Gavin Smith 6 8     14
5 Stephen Leonard 2 9     11
6 Andrew Clifton 10       10
6 Frederick Kidd 7 3     10
7 Bert Mason 1 7     8
7 Stuart Clarke 8       8
8 Stephen Whinnett 5 2     7
8 Malcolm Jenkins 7       7
8 David Ferriman 7       7
9 Stephen Smith 1 5     6
10 Stuart Earl 5       5
10 William Haupt 1 4     5
11 David Hallybone 4       4
11 John Stanton 1 3     4
12 Jim Munday 3       3
13 Joe Heast 1 1     2
13 William Hillier 1 1     2
13 Ian Porter 1 1     2
13 Geoffrey Day 1 1     2
13 Alan Bunce 1 1     2
13 James Ogden 1 1     2
14 Rebecca Clifton 1       1
14 Geoff Bickers 1       1
14 Dean Quince 1       1
14 Paul Burgoine 1       1
14 David Bartlett 1       1
14 Wiliam Cree 1       1
14 Jane Maloney 1       1
14 Stephen Murphy 1       1
14 Richard Flint 1       1
14 Enzo Napoli 1       1
14 Zoe Bruce 1       1
14 Mark Potts 1       1
14 Domenico D'Errico 1       1
14 Ian Radley 1       1
14 Martin Barley 1       1
14 Ella Bartlett 1       1
14 James Heeley 1       1
14 Josh Adams 1       1
14 Andrew Weller 1       1
14 Samuel Scotchings   1     1
14 Paige Britsch   1     1
14 Keith Bailey   1     1

 

 

Bedfordshire English Sporting County Championship 2020 Result and Report

 

The current situation, as far as our regional competitions are concerned, has caused much soul searching by the regional committee but after consultations with the regional representatives and many of the grounds due to host our championships the decision has now, reluctantly, been taken to cancel all of our events for this season.  This includes the regional championships and the inter-county competitions.  We very much regret having to take this step but feel it is in the best interests of our shooting community and the ground owners and their staff. 

 

The pandemic is the most serious risk to the health of the population of this country in a century and has had a massive impact on our lives.  Some, but not all, grounds are now open for business and although they have all worked very hard to put systems in place to ensure that the guidelines laid down by government and the CPSA to protect the wellbeing of their customers and staff can be implemented nevertheless the easing of lockdown is only very recent and most feel it is sensible to steadily ease ourselves into the new normal and, at this stage, holding a regional championship with the possibility of a large number of entries is a risk not worth taking.  

If you have any ideas, views, want to see what goes on or would like to be part of the committee for 2020 please come along, everyone welcome.