An early arrival had Willo and I setting up as the sun caressed the horizon. The wind was swirling all over the place, but it did to change to a tailwind during the later part of the day. These conditions caused a bit of havoc for the seniors during their distance casting.
A good turnout of club members and quite a few from other clubs to do some practice for the coming State titles had the Oval stretched. With the extra people in attendance George took leave to offer guidance and supervision. Let's hope it leads to plenty of competition and friendly rivalry at the State titles.
The vets hit the double handed court first up and couple of bull's-eyes had the competitors on notice that good scores were needed. I don't know how much of a stir it caused because Roy the Boy gave me a good run but the dark horse (no insult meant dear lady), our Vix had a steely look of determination and produced an outstanding score that was only a few points off with the club record. That smile was a delight to observe for the rest of the day.
The single-handed accuracy event had Tony and Terry sharing the limelight until I spoilt their party by fluking a win. The distance events went to a couple of blokes who gauged the windy conditions.