SARPA Hunter league Rd5 - Westfield ARC 12th May 2013
Like a proud Highland warrior, Andy McFarlane looked on with pride, perhaps a tear in his eye, and definitely sweat on his brow at the 90 shooters in attendance when taking his mighty perch for the safety brief.
Wilding his whistle, and in his pocket the mighty horse inseminator, perhaps it was a target tester, we were to find out.
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The rise in our sports popularity continues unabated but with that rise in popularity comes a direct increase in responsibilities not only for us as clubs and as an organisation but also as competitors.
There have been several minor things of late that if not addressed may undo the achievements that we have accomplished over the last few years.
For the protection of the organisation, the clubs and our most valuable assets, our event organisers and marshals I intend to raise the following points of discussion at our Next SARPA REPS meeting.
Code of conduct/ Code of Ethics: Defining the minimum expected standards from both Organisers and Competitors.
Event Management, As we grow we need to review best practice and roll them out to all clubs.
Marshalls, Supporting and Training, our marshals are a valuable asset to our sport, without them we there would be no events.
As airgun shooting in Scotland goes from Strength to Strength the way in which we manage ourselves professionally needs to do the same, ours is a journey from obscurity to popularity, we need to get it right.
Ok folks, it's been a while (too long) next committee meeting is June 1st.
Club members, if you have anything you want raised please contact your rep's
S.A.R.P.A POSTAL PISTOL LEAGUE
Round 4 Results
1 - Steven Kerr – NASGARC – 95 - (Custom built .177)
2 – Iain Day – Tayside – 91 - (Steyr LP1 .177)
3 – Bill Kerr – NASGARC – 90 - (Feinwerkbau 80 .177)
4 – David Reardon – NASGARC – 87 – (Baikal IMZ46M .177)
Jeff Hall – Tayside – 87 – (Brocock Grand Prix .177)