We had dog mess (I hope) left in the Barn 4th February 2013. The culprit, we hope, has been identified thanks to the camera. In general, the barn has been kept reasonably tidy, even the snow just stayed in the same areas. Let’s hope that the weather is better and we can get going with the barn this year.
Our return match against Grampian was a success for Tayside, beating Grampian by 1 point. Unfortunately Grampian won overall, Thanks and congratulations to everyone who came and to all who helped on the day. Next year hopefully we will do better.
The equipment hut has finally been cleared out with the help of Bill Gordon, Jeff Hall, Mark Cook, Ron Male and Randall Walger. The generator has been installed and with the delivery of diesel is now up and running. The next job will have to be the removal of all the rubbish from around the hut.
Tayside sent in a reply to the proposed Airgun Legislation, a copy of the reply is in the club hut, now we just have to wait and see what the results are going to be. Don’t hold your breath.
We are now back into snow again half way through March and into April. The SARPA Rifle Hunter League has started and the new pistol league is now up and running. Tayside are taking part in both events. Once I have results for the pistols they will be posted on the web-site and in the barn.
Six members from Tayside travelled down to Kelmarsh for the WHFT Champs. Steve Cochrane was placed 10th in the Open and Kathleen Male was 5th equal in the Ladies. The winner of the Open was Greg Morss from Scotland, mmmmm that was interesting.
Good shooting everyone