Once again we enjoyed a dry shoot, against forecast. Several of us were there, all enjoying ourselves trying to make an improvement. I managed to re-attain last years Outdoor Second Class and incidentally established the first record for the club with a recurve Long National, not too hard to beat ! Don’t forget that to establish and make progress with your personal Handicap Rating and Classification you need to submit scoresheets, three to set your first levels. Sunday Target shoots are good for this, conducted under the GNAS rules of shooting. Archers may not be able to make Sundays or miss some. For archers to have a greater opportunity to shoot recorded scores it is acceptable by the Club for archers to shoot a scored round on a Friday or Wednesday, but, the scores must be submitted on the Club Scoresheet and the round must be shot according to the GNAS rules of shooting, essentially: shooting the round is the first thing you do on arrival at the ground that session. You have 6 sighters at the longest distance only. Another archer must score for you and both of you must sign the scoresheet, then get it to me. Enjoy measuring your personal achievements and making records!