After an incredible 188ex-200 on day one at the Essex Masters, Sean Bramley looked in a good position to hold down the top spot for the week, but Mark Winser continued his early season good form after winning the Stratstone Ultimate One in January to finish his round at Hepworth Hall with 189.
There is a new leader in AAA-class as well with Jamie Brightman hitting 182 to beat his good friend George Digweed by one target. While Nick Hendrick has been knocked out of the Runner Up position he held after day one, he has taken over first place in AA-class. The top of A-class remains unchanged from yesterday but Frank Haigh hit 165 to take the lead in B-class.
More competitors have entered to fill out the categories now, and Katie Brown has continued her winning ways to take the lead with 163. Aaron Harvey is leading the Juniors on 178, Graham Stirzaker went one target better to locate the top Veterans spot and the Overseas category is proving popular this year with two top international shots in Gael Poinsot and Christophe Auvert on 184.
There is plenty of action to be had, and Clay Shooting magazine will be there over the weekend for the exciting final days. For the full results, visit the Essex Gun website.