Speedlights 7 – Tripods 2
NEPG Win 7 to 2
Dale Neill and Sue McLeod were as usual in there best form
The prints were collected at the end of the evening by Workshop, who will display them at a local venue, and then give them all to us for display at a later date.
The Shootout Shield has returned to its rightful home: NEPG! By a margin of 7 to 4 we ended the four year drought and levelled the score over the life of the Interclub Shootout competition.
Dale Neill and Sue McLeod were in scintillating form, and much fun was had until the evening wound up around 10.30pm. NEPG was represented in such numbers that we may have outnumbered our hosts!
As happens spookily often in this competition, the scores were dead even at 4 all, and then it all went pear shaped for Workshop, who were very gracious in defeat.
The prints were collected at the end of the evening by Workshop, who will display them at a local venue, and then give them all to us for display as per last year.
This year, for the first time, the judges gave a special award of their own, to the entry which they felt stood head and shoulders above the rest. It was “Set the Wheels in Motion” by NEPG, and the award was collected by Carol Darby, Aaron Dowling and the Ho Family.
All in all, it was a memorably successful night for us.