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    subtle difference but it brings it forward slightly and looks more integrated into the rest of the game Here s how it looks in a line up of three machines The Getaway with the new translite panel We also tested the new sheet with the same extreme light reflection seen in the Whitewater above to see how it handled such a strong light source The anti glare sheet with a bright white panel reflecting in it Although we re naturally skeptical about supposed improvements to areas we don t consider to be major problems we have to admit the anti glare sheet does produce a much better look to the translite The integrated look the lack of reflections and the elimination of the bubbling produce clear improvements and make the game stand out in a line up for the right reasons Spurred on by our success with the translite we decide to tackle the dot matrix display panel on The Simpsons Pinball Party to see how effective the anti glare cover was reducing reflections while maintaining a clear image The Simpsons Pinball Party has a particular problem with reflections as you can see below The original display cover on The Simpsons Pinball Party Replacing this panel is a little more involved than the translite sheet First of all we have to take out the speaker panel and remove the display The back of the display panel This being an older pre SAM system the display controller board is mounted on the back of the display making the whole assembly larger with more connecting cables To remove the display assembly there are eight screws which have to be taken out two on each corner mounting bracket These like all the screws found in this process have 1 4 inch heads making a socket driver the preferred method of removal and re fitting to avoid slips and scratches These two screws have to be removed When the eight screws have been removed the assembly should lift right off yes No Not only do the mounting brackets stick to the black paint of the wood the display itself has a foam surround which sticks to the panel So although there s really nothing still holding it in you need some gentle pressure to pry the display assembly away from the wooden speaker panel Once it s out though you can get to the display cover The display is removed The original display cover Removing the display cover is simply a matter of removing the eight securing screws around the perimeter and lifting it out Take out these screws to release the cover These screws are much shorter than those securing the display assembly and they are much less tightly fitted Clearly tightening them too much could crack the panel so they are inserted quite carefully at the factory The display cover is removed At this point you should do something we put off until a little later and then had to go back

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    change from the millions and billions scored on recent games The lighting effects appear to permanently show the attract mode display and completing the R A I N B O W letters appeared to have no effect suggesting the software is some way from being complete The crystal ball is also not illuminated which has been the subject of much speculation with suggestions of a small video screen being refracted

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    after launch The Kickstarter page includes a video shot at the Silverball Studios base in the UK and at Pat Lawlor s home in Illinois USA Introduced by Pro Pinball s co creator Adrian Barritt the video explains what they want to achieve and how the funding will be used Adrian and Pat Pat in the Pro Pinball video While serious about the funding needed the video also contains many

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    play pinball but I try to keep up with who s designing what game for Stern I ve been over there a couple times to play the first test games I can t tell you what game I would want to do because maybe someday I ll have that chance Stern have hired who To announce Greg s new role Stern Pinball put out a press release Here s what they had to say Stern Pinball Welcomes Veteran Designer Greg Freres Hall of Fame Artist and Designer Joins Stern Team MELROSE PARK IL September 4 2012 Stern Pinball Inc the world s only maker of real pinball games today announced that game designer Greg Freres has joined the Stern Pinball team With 34 years in the industry Mr Freres brings a rich and diverse background in pinball A member of the Pinball Expo Hall of Fame Mr Freres has created artwork and helped design over 30 pinball video and arcade games Among his most recent works is the co creation of the custom Whoa Nellie Big Juicy Melons pinball game Other notable games from his design portfolio include Medieval Madness Revenge From Mars Fathom Elvira and the Party Monsters and Star Trek The Next Generation In 1978 after earning a degree in Studio Art Mr Freres began his pinball career at Bally Manufacturing Corporation where he worked as an artist designer and art manager until 2008 Since 2008 Mr Freres has worked as an independent freelance artist Greg is a great fit for our company and we re confident that his diverse talents and background will help us create the future of pinball said Gary Stern Founder CEO and Chairman of Stern Pinball Inc Mr Freres joins the Stern Pinball and Stern family tradition of producing quality pinball games The

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    last year s Pacific Pinball Exposition the Museum s founder and Executive Director Michael Schiess launched the proposal to relocate citing the expected move of the Exploratorium as their dream home but also investigating the former Naval Air Station Recreation Center in Alameda which after further investigation proved not to be suitable Now that the Exploratorium s move is confirmed and the City of San Francisco will soon be looking for new tenants for the building the Pacific Pinball Museum s board has swung into action and launched a funding drive to convince the City they have a viable adequately funded long term proposition The sum being sought is 1 5 million and they re hoping to raise as much of this as possible in just 30 days through the IndieGoGo project financing website The 1 5m sum is seen as sufficient to show the City they are serious about their proposal and have the funds available to remodel the building move in all the games exhibits and equipment needed to support a museum with around 500 machines pay staff to keep the operation running and begin establishing the educational programmes they wish to provide There are multiple levels of reward for anyone making a pledge to the Museum s cause ranging from posters T shirts and hats through to VIP Pacific Pinball Exposition entry and private tours of the Museum s warehouse facility Michael Schiess told Pinball News Our Indiegogo campaign is going to raise the money needed to find a larger space for our museum so that we may display more of the collection We have an opportunity to make a pitch for the Exploratorium s space when they leave in 2013 This war chest will help us succeed We will also develop a curriculum with the funds

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    Strikes Spares as Peter takes on Mr Mrs Pac Man Kiss Fathom and Flash Gordon Qualifying games are underway as players check their ranking Scores were shown on multiple monitors under the desk The top 16 ranked players from the qualifying round moved into the second round The results of the qualifying round were Once the qualifying round was over there was time for those who made it through to prepare for the next round for those who didn t to reflect on their games and for everyone to enjoy some lunch It s lunchtime get yourself a hot dog Not everyone relaxed outside though Dave Sanders was deep into a game of 1942 inside the pinball room eventually beating the game for a top score of 11 756 510 Dave with the 1942 video game The sixteen qualifiers from the first round were Welsh Pinball Classic First Round Qualifiers 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 James Watson David Dutton Eddie Lehan Wayne Johns Matt Vince Craig Pullen CJ Brown Phil Dixon Martin Ayub Garry Speight Peter Blakemore Dave Langley Stan Simpson Andrew Heighway Greg Mott Mike Kindler These qualifying positions were important because in the second round players played the same format but on three pre selected machines Kiss Strikes Spares and Space Invaders Like before the scores on all machines were ranked but then the qualifying positions were added in as a virtual fourth machine Dave Langley and Phil Dixon watch Greg Mott play Space Invaders as Stan Craig and James consider whether their scores will be enough Players were arranged into four groups of four and when everyone had played their games and the scores entered into the computer the results and the top four qualifiers for the final rounds were announced Second round results Welsh Pinball Classic Second Round Qualifiers 1 2 3 4 David Dutton Stan Simpson Eddie Lehan Martin Ayub Greg briefed the four finalists on the format where all four players play in a 4 player game and the lowest scorer drops out into 4th place Play then moves on to a second machine and once again the lowest scorer drops out this time into 3rd place After that a head to head game decides the top two positions Greg explains the format to Eddie Stan David and Martin behind the camera The first game was held on Fathom and it was David Dutton who ended up in fourth place dropping out of the final Martin had the top score of 1 887 570 Eddie was second on 1 587 440 Stan was third on 653 730 and David ended on 369 410 David in the first game of the final The second game was played on Eight Ball Deluxe but ended prematurely when Stan Simpson caused a slam tilt The slam tilt was unexpected as although he was giving the game some hard nudging Martin had given it more on his previous

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    Biggest Movers listing each month or anyone who is crowned Player of the Month for earning the most WPPR points Those who fit into any of those categories can order one Premium model game a year direct from Stern and receive a discount on the regular retail price Players will also need to fill in their full profile details on the IFPA website including a picture and e mail address to qualify The discounted price is not being publicly announced but qualifying buyers can e mail the IFPA to get details of models currently available and their prices Rewards earned in the 2012 calendar year will be valid until August 15th 2013 and orders will be fulfilled directly by Stern with shipping costs and taxes added as appropriate International orders will also be arranged by Stern though fulfillment is expected to be handled by a national distributor The scheme is to start immediately with retrospective entitlement given for all players who would have qualified since the start of the year The scheme begins again at the start of each calendar year when players become eligible to buy another machine at the discounted price In practice fewer than 300 players will

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    Machine award sponsored by Pinball News was awarded to the Indiana Jones restored and brought to the show by Stan Simpson Stan Simpson collects the Best DMD Machine award Picture Sveta Chuieva The Best Pre DMD award sponsored by Pinball Mania went fittingly in this Olympic year of London 2012 to the Jeutel Olympic Games brought to the Party all the way from France by Fabian Basalt Fabian collects his Best Pre DMD award from Andrew Picture Sveta Chuieva The Pinball Heaven sponsored Best Restoration award was won by John Bateson for his Black Knight 2000 Best Restoration award winner John Bate son Picture Sveta Chuieva Finally the Best in Show award sponsored by Pingame Journal went to Terry Sullivan for allowing his selection of new Stern machines such as Iron Man Avatar and Spider Man to be enjoyed by visitors to the show Terry Sullivan receives his Best in Show award from Gary Picture Sveta Chuieva As usual there was a range of competitive events held over the course of the three days starting with Friday evening s UK Pinball Team Tournament run by Matt Vince Machines for the various UK Pinball tournaments were arranged in an arc around the stage with the tournament desk for registration and ticket sales located on the stage so it didn t take up any valuable floor space Machine set up in the tournament area The UK Pinball Tournaments desk team L R Emily Dawn Anne and Jayne Raison Two projector screens were located on the stage either side of the desk with two additional monitors on a table in front of the desk The projectors showed overall rankings while the monitors showed specific machine or match scores There were two desktop PCs running the tournament scoring system each with four monitor outputs a couple of laptops and seven Dell handheld PDAs which were used to record scores over a private wi fi network The computer kit was running off an Uninterruptible Power Supply UPS which would prove its worth later in the weekend Rather later than the scheduled start time of 7pm the first rounds of the Team Tournament began The Team Tournament is under way 16 teams of 4 players had pre registered for the event Each team was ranked based on its members WPPR points and put into a group with 3 other teams Each team played a 2 player head to head 4 ball game against each other team in their group with each team member playing 1 of their 4 balls UK Pinball Team Tournament 2012 Teams The Creatures from the North South West Redeye Pinball The Lords of the Pins Pinheads R Us UK Video Pinball Crapsquad UKVAC The Modfathers Natty Dregs Yorkshire Puddings French Froggs Wild Flippers Full Tilt Surrey Pinball The Oddballs Midlands Misfits Silverball Survivors The winning team in each match earned 5 points so after playing the other 3 teams in the group the maximum number of points possible was 15 Two teams managed to win all their matches The Creatures from the North and Pinheads R Us As well as the head to head matches each team also had to play an allocated bonus machine which each team in the same group also played This was again a 4 ball game with each player playing one ball but the game could be played at any time during the qualifying period The highest scoring team in the group earned 9 points the second highest 5 points and the third highest 2 points Mid way through the Team Tournament The top team from each group went into a final which due to the delayed start became a single 4 player 4 ball game with each team member playing one ball Only Pinheads R Us managed to earn the maximum 24 points They were joined in the final by The Creatures from the North Yorkshire Puddings and Surrey Pinball The machine for the final was drawn at random and was machine number 2 The Shadow The machine for the final is drawn Teams prepare for the final After the first ball Surrey Pinball had a strong lead with their score of 273M over the Yorkshire Pudding s 65M in second place with The Creatures from the North on 7 5M and Pinheads R Us on 6 7M Surrey Pinball in the player two position continued to build their score finishing their game with a total of 424M beating Yorkshire Pudding with their 127M But The Creatures from the North were coming up on the rails going into their last ball with 308M and needing another 117M points to take the lead Pinheads R Us were in fourth place on 48M with their last ball still to play Can The Creatures from the North take first place While Will Dutton managed to boost his team s score it wasn t quite enough to take the lead finishing on 374M Just Pinheads R Us to play Pinheads R Us would need to increase their score by 800 to take first place and unfortunately it wasn t to be as an early drain brought the Team Tournament to an end with Surrey Pinball as the winners Paul doesn t get a chance to improve his team s score as the Team Tournament comes to an end So the results were UK Pinball Team Tournament 2012 1 Surrey Pinball 2 The Creatures from the North 3 Yorkshire Puddings 4 Pinheads R Us Mark Ritchie presented the medals certificates and trophies to the teams Fourth place Pinheads R Us Adrian Barritt Paul Owen Adrian Donati Dan Hardy Third place Yorkshire Puddings Peter Scheldt Wayne Johns Jim Lindsay Kate Morris Second place The Creatures from the North Garry Speight Janine Timson William Dutton David Dutton UK Pinball Team Tournament winners Surrey Pinball Matt Vince Justin Walker Martin Ayub Michael Mattsson The Team Tournament finished around 10pm on Friday evening Twelve hours later the same area and mostly the same machines were in use for the UK Pinball Open One machine arrived just to late to be used on Friday but The Addams Family was slotted in on Saturday morning replacing the Scared Stiff which returned to the free play area An overhead camera and vertical LCD screen was set up on the 14th machine Cirqus Voltaire so spectators could see the action more clearly An overhead camera and vertical monitor on Cirqus Voltaire 96 players were pre registered for the UK Pinball Open through the tournaments section of the show website Entry cost 10 but pre registrants received a 25 discount and guaranteed their place in the tournament Additional on the day registrations might be offered but it depended on machines being free and time being available As it turned out everyone who put their name on the waiting list was able to play Early players in the UK Pinball Open The format for the UK Pinball Open run by Richard Wade was largely unchanged from previous years In the qualifying round competitors could choose any 6 machines from the 14 available and play a single 3 ball game on each All the scores on each machine were ranked with 100 points awarded to the player with the top score and a decreasing number of points for lower places The total of a player s ranking points from the six games formed their total score and gave them their overall position in the qualifying round Another score is recorded on one of the PDAs The top 24 players would qualify for the A Division play offs The next 16 qualified for the B Division play offs unless a player had won a major tournament or league or was in the IFPA world top 250 in which case they couldn t play in the B Division and the next player down the rankings took their place In a surprise move a feature not used since the UK hosted the EPC in 2009 was re introduced the joker card The joker allowed a player to replay one of their six games in an attempt to improve their position If their second game was better they took that score If it was worse their original score stood Playing the joker card on Iron Man For some the joker card proved to be a life saver One player for example was languishing in 38th place after his six games and wouldn t qualify However he replayed his Congo game with the joker card and got the second best score of the day moving him up into a qualifying position Players check their scores as others complete their games No more qualifying games were allowed after 4pm Show organiser Andrew Heighway who had been busy throughout the day just managed to start his last game on the dot of 4pm by abandoning the game he was on and jumping onto the adjacent machine The machines used in the UK Pinball Open were Iron Man IM The Shadow TS WMS Indiana Jones IJ Stern Indiana Jones IJ4 The Addams Family TAF The Flintstones F Congo C Avatar AV The Simpsons Pinball Party TSPP Goldeneye GE Indianapolis 500 I500 High Speed 2 The Getaway HS2 Fish Tales FT and Cirqus Voltaire CV When all the scores were in the positions in the qualifying round were as follows UK Pinball Open 2012 Qualifying Round A Division 1 Franck Bona 525 100 IM 91 C 90 TAF 88 HS2 85 AV 71 GE 2 Andy Foster 497 100 GE 100 TS 100 IJ4 94 HS2 91 CV 12 AV 3 Matt Vince 490 93 TS 87 TAF 83 CV 80 F 75 C 72 HS2 4 Mark Potter 470 93 I500 92 TSPP 82 AV 82 IJ4 75 TS 46 C 5 Nick Marshall 461 96 TS 91 HS2 82 I500 68 AV 65 FT 59 IM 6 Craig Pullen 441 100 HS2 89 TSPP 79 TS 69 CV 61 F 43 IJ 7 Nicolas Linqué 431 90 FT 89 I500 78 IJ4 71 TAF 52 HS2 51 F 8 Doug Smith 413 91 IJ4 83 HS2 79 GE 75 AV 62 IM 23 F 9 Greg Mott 406 100 F 92 AV 71 C 71 FT 54 IJ 18 TSPP 10 Phil Dixon 403 96 I500 86 TS 79 IM 57 CV 45 HS2 40 AV 11 Stan Simpson 398 100 IJ 96 TSPP 76 IM 54 AV 53 F 19 I500 12 David Dutton 391 94 IM 86 I500 66 IJ 65 AV 59 TS 21 HS2 13 Peter Blakemore 383 87 GE 85 F 76 IJ 67 HS2 56 AV 12 C 14 William Dutton 382 100 I500 96 IJ 87 AV 48 F 27 FT 24 CV 15 Adrian Donati 378 100 AV 91 GE 86 IJ 41 F 39 C 21 TS 16 Peter Scheldt 376 90 AV 87 C 75 TSPP 64 HS2 46 F 14 GE 17 Martyn Raison 369 82 IJ 78 TSPP 66 F 60 C 45 TAF 38 CV 18 Jim Lindsay 365 97 IM 97 HS2 62 FT 57 I500 33 GE 19 CV 19 Martin Ayub 362 100 TSPP 96 C 86 HS2 43 I500 22 CV 15 IJ 20 Mike Parkins 359 97 F 77 AV 67 CV 57 IM 37 I500 24 IJ4 21 Dan Bradford 358 100 CV 77 F 56 GE 56 C 54 FT 15 TS 22 Justin Walker 350 84 FT 80 HS2 72 I500 71 F 26 TS 17 CV 23 Alex Hooper 345 74 F 72 AV 67 C 52 CV 48 I500 32 HS2 24 Colin Hampton 332 88 F 75 GE 56 TAF 49 FT 37 IJ 27 I500 B Division 25 Mike Kindler 330 97 TAF 94 CV 67 GE 40 IJ 18 F 14 HS2 26 Andy Heighway 324 83 GE 76 I500 59 HS2 44 F 38 FT 24 AV 27 Dan Hardy 323 97 FT 95 AV 80 TAF 30 GE 16 TSPP 5 TS 28 Mark Green 318 97 CV 74 TAF 54 HS2 49 GE 35 I500 9 FT 29 Adam Bona 317 93 IJ 77 CV 57 FT 43 IJ4 33 IM 14 TSPP 30 Alan Syson 311 80 FT 65 TAF 64 TSPP 58 F 27 IJ 17 GE 31 Dave Langley 308 97 AV 61 CV 47 IM 47 TS 34 HS2 22 C 32 Dominic Clifton 305 86 IJ4 60 GE 59 CV 54 IM 33 TS 13 AV 33 Michael Mattsson 301 75 HS2 72 CV 72 TS 36 C 29 TSPP 17 I500 34 Neil Fellender 295 100 C 82 TSPP 53 TAF 21 FT 21 IJ 18 AV 34 Phillip Eaton 295 96 GE 63 I500 49 HS2 39 F 32 IJ 16 CV 36 Lynda Williams 292 91 F 77 FT 60 I500 53 GE 10 TS 1 IJ 37 Ray Gallyer 281 88 IM 70 AV 50 TS 35 F 27 TSPP 11 CV 38 Shaun Harvey 277 69 IJ4 61 AV 51 IM 42 CV 35 IJ 19 F 39 Janine Timson 273 85 TSPP 75 CV 59 TAF 22 GE 19 C 13 F 40 Alexander Donati 272 71 TSPP 65 TS 63 IJ 52 AV 11 IJ4 10 I500 41 Joël Wozniak 267 77 TAF 69 IJ 46 FT 33 C 32 CV 10 GE Non qualifiers 42 CJ Brown 266 77 HS2 69 I500 53 TS 49 TSPP 12 FT 6 TAF 43 John Higgins 264 89 TS 51 IJ 46 TSPP 41 FT 28 CV 9 TAF 44 Lewis Fryars 263 63 GE 56 TS 46 IJ4 42 AV 31 IM 25 IJ 45 Tim Thornton 261 85 IM 68 TSPP 53 C 36 TS 16 F 3 CV 46 Ryan Pullen 256 82 IM 74 IJ4 69 TS 17 FT 11 HS2 3 AV 47 Kate Morris 254 82 TS 61 HS2 35 IM 34 AV 34 FT 8 GE 48 Garry Speight 252 72 IJ 66 I500 57 IJ4 23 TAF 21 F 13 CV 49 Ivan Miles 250 86 CV 61 TSPP 40 TAF 37 F 19 FT 7 IJ 49 Malcolm Lashley 250 93 TAF 54 IJ4 45 CV 38 HS2 11 AV 9 IM 51 Dan LeTourneau 249 68 FT 63 F 54 CV 44 AV 16 HS2 4 I500 52 Vin Jauhal 234 70 IM 61 IJ4 50 TAF 39 GE 11 IJ 3 I500 53 Eric Ridley 233 65 IJ4 42 C 37 IM 36 AV 34 CV 19 GE 54 Andrew Larsen 232 88 CV 46 AV 43 FT 28 HS2 17 TS 10 TAF 55 Peter Hannan 230 95 IJ4 49 CV 30 IJ 20 TSPP 19 AV 17 TAF 56 Adrian Purser 228 65 IM 40 TSPP 39 TS 35 TAF 27 C 22 AV 56 Dan Williams 228 83 C 62 TS 33 IJ4 30 TAF 11 IM 9 F 58 Adam Thomson 225 68 TAF 64 CV 42 HS2 31 AV 13 IJ4 7 IM 58 Paul Brock 225 93 FT 55 TSPP 26 TAF 23 I500 19 HS2 9 IJ4 60 Fabian Basalt 223 57 HS2 43 TSPP 42 TAF 33 F 27 AV 21 IJ4 61 Dom Escott 221 94 F 39 IM 28 TS 28 TAF 24 C 8 AV 62 Graham Rowley 211 100 TAF 100 FT 6 AV 2 CV 2 IM 1 C 63 John Bud 207 69 HS2 50 AV 46 GE 19 TS 15 IM 8 C 64 Colin Clunie 202 82 F 60 IJ 36 HS2 14 TAF 9 CV 1 I500 65 Chris Edis 198 79 I500 50 IJ4 41 TS 24 HS2 2 AV 2 GE 65 Wayne Johns 198 91 IM 59 AV 23 IJ 13 I500 7 FT 5 CV 67 Mark Squires 195 79 C 40 I500 26 HS2 24 TS 16 IJ4 10 IJ 68 Adrian Branch 192 74 FT 62 TAF 29 AV 19 IJ 5 F 3 HS2 69 Tony Smith 187 49 IM 44 TS 30 I500 29 FT 25 AV 10 TSPP 70 David Hall 184 63 C 48 IJ 37 TSPP 28 IM 4 CV 4 TAF 71 Paul Garner 179 63 AV 45 IJ 32 I500 19 TAF 12 IM 8 F 72 John Bate son 178 80 AV 30 CV 30 IJ4 21 IM 13 IJ 4 TSPP 73 Abbie Rolfe 175 79 IJ 51 FT 27 IJ4 9 HS2 7 I500 2 F 74 Emily Raison 174 73 IM 37 TAF 35 TSPP 15 FT 12 TS 2 CV 75 Adam Burns 171 58 TSPP 47 CV 47 HS2 13 TS 4 F 2 IJ4 76 Dave Willcox 158 60 FT 54 I500 24 GE 17 IJ 2 HS2 1 F 77 Jon White 156 80 CV 48 TAF 16 AV 6 IM 5 IJ4 1 HS2 77 Brad Fisher 156 48 AV 36 CV 36 IJ4 24 IM 8 IJ 4 HS2 79 Nick Hill 154 87 FT 21 CV 17 C 15 F 10 AV 4 GE 80 Steve Rowsell 148 57 IJ 42 GE 23 FT 22 HS2 3 IM 1 TAF 81 Mark Walton 142 49 C 39 IJ4 25 TSPP 17 IM 7 AV 5 IJ 81 Moira Ross 142 83 TAF 21 AV 17 HS2 14 CV 4 C 3 TS 83 Paul Basalt 139 89 IJ 31 FT 9 TSPP 4 AV 3 TAF 3 F 84 John Baker 131 44 IM 36 GE 31 TS 14 C 4 IJ4 2 I500 85 Bob Pickering 129 67 IM 22 TSPP 15 AV 10 FT 8 I500 7 CV 86 Mark Weller 127 51 I500 36 FT 30 C 7 HS2 2 F 1 IM 87 Alan Pickering 125 42 IM 32 TSPP 32 AV 12 F 5 FT 2 TS 88 Philip Fryars 117 45 I500 25 F 18 IJ4 13 FT 10 HS2 6 TSPP 89 Robin Kemp 114 40 HS2 26 CV 25 FT 15 I500 6 F 2 TAF 90 Janette Ebinger 99

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