Peter put in a 300 on the Saturday, meaning he had to shoot off with Lee Kirby, Nigel Chapman and Kevin Gunter who had done the same, then face fellow class winners Peter Greenwood, Paul Sant and Paul Davies,
plus wildcard Debbie Bellamy in a shoot-off for the day’s winner. Having bested all of the above, he then took on Sunday’s winner Ian Patterson, who pushed Peter all the way to sudden death before he was allowed to claim the title.
It was a weekend of eventful shoot-offs as a squad of wildcards competed for a Blaser F16, with Troy Petherbridge coming out on top to take home the gun.
For a full run down of the weekend’s shenanigans, see the November issue of Clay Shooting.