Sep 2019

TEAM CLAY SHOOT RESULTS!

Our second team clay shoot in numbers:
4650 - shots
43 - highest score
27 - the average score  
11 - teams
1 - kilograms of onions consumed
 
Well done to those who took part, thank you to everyone who came along to support or enjoy the BBQ and finally huge thanks to the following:

1st Kennels - 158
Sage Thompson – 29
Dave Rees – 38
John Fry – 37
Richard Budd – 40
Jason Duncton – 43

2ndThe Black - 149
Robin Francis – 33
Steve Croucher – 38
Henry Adam – 38
James Homewood – 40
John Knight – 24

3rdRabbit & Dowling - 139
Steve Charman – 37
Jack Fielder – 36
Brett Hammond – 30
Charlie Hammond – 36
Joe Morgan – 22

4thTeam Strood - 135
Lee Dallyn – 23
James Sprigings – 32
Chris Vincent – 32
Sam Daplyn – 34
Archie Godman-Dorrington – 37

5thMartin Reed – 134
Andrew Cox – 41
Mike Smith – 32
Andrew Reed – 30
George Mayhew – 28
Georgie Marland – 31

6th McDavid Bangers – 117
Henry Baird – 10
Olivia McDavid – 25
William McDavid – 28
Nick Baird – 34
Jack Baird – 30

7thOne Hit Wonders – 99
Martin Geary – 29
Gerald Whittaker – 10
Jayne Geary – 15
Mark Rees – 30
Dominic Geary – 25

=8thLock Stock & Ten Barrels – 98
Deborah Boulton – 12
Martin Hill – 24
Trevor Ansel – 25
Edd Butterfield – 37

=8thThe Hounds – 98
Simon Gray – 23
Simon Sherrell – 39
Clive Cosby – 27
Charlie Baker – 9
David Ferguson – 5

10
thThe Boulton Blunderbusses – 88
Martin Sturrock – 27
Michael Boulton – 8
Richard Stubbs – 28
Nick Wood – 25

11thOne Good Shot – 73
Mark Hobden – 20
W. Hobden – 22
T. James – 10
G. James – 8
Another – 21

Men’s High Gun – Jason Duncton
Ladies High Gun – Georgie Marland
Junior High Gun – Jack Baird
Keeper High Gun – Steve Charman
Pool Shoot – Martin Reed’s team

Huge thanks to:

Andrew & Jenny Loughan for hosting us at the gorgeous Mill Farm.

OPENING MEET SUPPER | November 9 | The Royal Oak, Midhurst

Opening Meet Supper with Guest Speaker Andrew Osborne M.F.H.

Saturday 9 November 2019
The Royal Oak, Midhurst, GU29 0EP
7.00pm for dinner at 7.30pm

Osborne


Come along and enjoy hearty British food in a cosy pub with plenty of hunting anecdotes from Andrew Osborne, who is a previous huntsman and current master of the Cottesmore.

Main courses :
Slow cooked Brisket of Beef: Roasted Carrots, Parsnips, Horseradish Mash and a Guinness Gravy
 
Slow-cooked Belly of Pork: Sage, Apple and Black Pudding Stuffing and a Borlotti bean Ragoût
 
Fillet of Hake: Wilted spinach, Crushed New Potatoes and a Chive Lemon Butter Sauce
 
Roasted Mediterranean tart: Roasted Red Pepper Coulis and Roasted Garlic Potatoes
 
Puddings :
Selection of ice creams and sorbets
 
Chocolate and Hazelnut Torte with Clotted Cream and Raspberries
 
Bourbon Caramel Pecan Pie with Vanilla Ice cream
 
Unlimited tea/coffee : (Special tea/coffees to be ordered and paid for at the bar please.)


2 course dinner with tea/coffee @ £32.50 per person.
 
To book, send your menu choices and a cheque payable to CLC Hunt to Storme Rees, 21 Wyndham Road, Petworth, West Sussex, GU28 0EB
or bank transfer to Acc. No 66012333 Sort Code 60 02 31 with a reference of “Supper” and email your menu choices to stormewhit@gmail.com

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Children's Ride | August 29

DSB_5357-131The annual children’s Ride at Lee Place on Thursday on a temperate afternoon. Beautifully crafted and choreographed by Mrs Anna Scrase and Mrs Vicki Wilkins MFH, 48 or so young ones came out to enjoy the scenery (and more likely the jumping). Rather disquietingly there was a distinct lack of tumblers with only two reports. It was great fun, as ever, this now being probably in its fourth season, it seems to grow bigger and better every year! Many of our meets during the season are child-friendly, and we have along tradition of welcoming children, so do join us!

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