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Held @ Wylye Valley Shooting Ground 24/25/September 2011
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Shoot Report

Paul Batchelor wins the Laporte World Sporting Southern Championship with an untouchable score of 96 ex 100

Paul Batchelor receiving 400 HG Prize

First Day

The first Laporte World Sporting Southern Championship was held at Wylye Valley Shooting ground on the weekend of 24/25th of September 2011.

Ground owner Ian Stones had set a fair but testing course with the par 90 ex 100 being achievable and believing a possible 94 could be done by an in form shooter. However Paul Bachelor from Warwickshire stormed through the course shooting his first 75 targets straight and finishing the course on 96 ex 100.

This left the field chasing a score that was hard to get close to let alone match or better. At the end of the first day Andy Head with his true score of 90 was closest to Paul with Stuart Rudling and Chris Durrant on 89 ex 100.

In the second level (handicap added) Andy Head was out in front on 102 using his true score of 90 plus his handicap of 12 shots. In second place was R W Mellish on 95, Graham Fergusson on 94 with Aldis Kartocuis and John Heagren on 91.

Second Day

As expected Paul Bachelors score of 96 could not be matched or bettered leaving him out in front and the first Laporte World Sporting Southern Champion picking up the 400 high gun prize. Chris Daniels from Staffordshire took second place and 300 shooting a 92.

Third place was shared by Andy Head, Joe Wade, Will Thatcher and Chris Childerhouse all finishing on 90 ex 100.

In the second level (handicap added) Shaun Whatley using his handicap of +25 took first place and the 300 prize money ending up on 110. With an excellent true score of 85 this will mean he will loose 20 shots from his handicap next time out and will be on +5.

Pamella Fullwood came second on 107 including handicap and Leonard Sporne came third. A further 10 shooters picked up prize money in the third level which is a share of the remaining prize fund to those on a score of 96 or
over including their handicap.
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