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Re: Ontario Provincial Pistol Championships 2006?


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Posted by Mike T. (207.81.245.210) on August 22, 2006 at 01:02:05:

In Reply to: Re: Ontario Provincial Pistol Championships 2006? posted by Richard H. on August 21, 2006 at 23:23:40:

It would be rare in Canada to find a paid match official, Richard. That's a weak excuse. BC has their provincial championship results on their web-site. The National Championship results are available on line.
There are computer programmes for scoring matches available for free. It is relatively easy to make the results available on-line or as an e-mail attachment. CSSA is dropping the ball.
Come on! These are the Pistol Championships of the premier province with the most shooters. The rest of the country would like to know the results. Well, me, anyway :-)
I've got a copy of the match results of the 1975 Ontario Outdoor Championships and on looking through it, I'm thinking that the scores today are not up to the scores of 1975, but without the 2006 results, I can't really verify that.
I didn't get to the Ontario championships - blew my budget on the BC champs and the Nats.

: You might not know this but the work is done by volunteers. I beleive the gentlemen who does the web site updating is actually on the national rifle team and has been to a couple international events over the summer and is now at the rifle nationals. I'm sure when he gets time he'll post the results on the CSSA web site. Besides I got my results hard copied in the mail. If you competed I'm sure you would have too, if you did and didn't get thme call the CSSA I'm sure they will send you the results.




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