March Camera Club celebrates highest ever placing - joint second with rivals Wisbech Camera Club in shield competition
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Four maximum scores on the night helped March Camera Club complete their highest ever placing of second equal in the annual Pat Goode Memorial Shield at Wisbech Camera Club.
Mel Harris and Roger Newark gained maximum points in the DPI section, while Pat Ringham and Trish Wilcox scored 10s in the prints at the event last Monday (14).
Daphne Hanson, East Anglian Federation of Photographic Societies, judged the 12 clubs’ entries.
March’s eight images came from no fewer than six club members.
Category winners were: DPIs: Waiting at Baker Street - Roger Newark eight points; 2 Little Egret - Mel Harris 10 points; 3 Waiting for the moment - Cliff Marsh seven points; 4 Astoria Megler Bridge - Roger Newark 10 points.
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Prints: Painted Goth - Trish Wilcox 10 points; Grey heron in a land of its own - Richard Hull 7.5 points; Catch it! - Pat Ringham 10 points; Nick - Trish Wilcox nine points. Club positions: 1 Peterborough 75 points; 2= March and Wisbech 71.5 points; 4= Deepings and North Norfolk 70 points; 6 St Ives 67 points; 7= Ely and PICO 66.5 points; 9 Hunstanton 66 points; 10 Brancaster 65 points; 11 King’s Lynn 63 points; 12 Sutton 60 points. March camera Club details - www.marchcameraclub.org.uk and Facebook page. Wisbech camera club - www.wisbechcameraclub.co.uk
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