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Russell O’Neill has cemented his ambition to regain the TABOR Trophy and £ 500, which he won last year. In atrocious conditions, he won the Clay Pigeon Race on 8th March to improve on the lead he had already established. David Goode, by virtue of his absence, due to a pre-organized event, slipped out of the top five. This promoted Mike Bell up into 2nd place. Behind him, father and daughter pairing, Ron and Serita Shone move up into equal 3rd spot. One point behind, David Waldron hangs on to 5th position and a potential £100. Drivers having just raced in back to back meetings, now have a little recovery time (five weeks) before the next round, which is also at Clay Pigeon.

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