Norman Smith 23-spliced challenge.

Central European Association
Dordrecht, The Netherlands
‘t Klockhuys
Saturday, 16 June 2012 in 2h 39 (1–2–7)
5152 Spliced Surprise Major (23 methods)
224 Ashtead, Bristol, Cambridge, Cassiobury, Cray, Cornwall, Double Dublin, Glasgow, Ipswich, Jersey, Lincolnshire, Lindum, London, Preston, Pudsey, Rutland, Superlative, Tavistock, Uxbridge, Watford, Wembley, Whalley, Yorkshire; 160 com, atw
Norman Smith
1 David C Ockwell
2 Margaret C Gamble
3 Roger Bailey
4 Paul M de Kok
5 Harm Jan A de Kok
6 Michael J Trimm (C)
7 Brian P Diserens
8 Clive G Smith
Most Spliced Surprise Major: 4,5
First of 23-Spliced Surprise Major for the Association and on mainland Europe.

Central European Association
Dordrecht, The Netherlands
‘t Klockhuys
Saturday, 7 July 2012 in 2h 38 (1–2–7)
5152 Spliced Surprise Major (23 methods)
224 Ashtead, Bristol, Cambridge, Cassiobury, Cray, Cornwall, Double Dublin, Glasgow, Ipswich, Jersey, Lincolnshire, Lindum, London, Preston, Pudsey, Rutland, Superlative, Tavistock, Uxbridge, Watford, Wembley, Whalley, Yorkshire; 160 com, atw
Norman Smith
1 Nicholas K Allsopp
2 Brian P Diserens
3 Margaret C Gamble
4 Michael J Trimm
5 Clive G Smith
6 Paul M de Kok
7 Alban D Forster (C)
8 Harm Jan A de Kok
First of 23 Spliced: 7.
First of 23 ATW by a resident band.

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