Four different seasons in one day is normal in Ireland as we all know. On the hill this Sunday we only had a single season but four different winds with four variations and often, two of them at the same time! And then following for a long intermission, there was none at all. Talk about a schizophrenic breeze, that's usually a sailors lot.. Changing the court is becoming such a regular occurrence and the wind as mad as the castermen who insist on wanging leads accross a green and waterless field. Just as well Cracko arrived with the Bar-bie diverting our attention to more important affairs. Delicious hot burgers,chops and sausages were were served. A bit later for deserts, we received the wind in our face and changed the court again
As would be expected the Craic was, as usual, Savage
Slaughtered on the hill
A big Thanks to Cracko (AKA John Henry) for providing the Bar-B-Q and also for everyone who helped set up and take down the court
High pressure, light cloud cover with slight increase later in the day. 10-15c
Wind W, SW, N, NE, NW, S, SE, E,NE,
Andrew Gormely 231m 150grm
Ger O Donnell 223m 150grm
Paddy Cunningham 212m 150grm
Lee Gallagher 201m 125grm
Mark Keenan DNR
Rob Gormley DNR
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