Griftsmouth 2019


The SUAC annual Griftsmouth competition returns for another year! For those who haven’t encountered one before, we shoot a Portsmouth, but after each end, a set of ‘special’ rules are randomly selected (score backwards, imperial scoring, only count odd numbers… among many others). When you finish, you have two scores, a Portsmouth score (for leaderboards etc) and a much more important Griftsmouth score… And, of course, the final winner is decided with another randomly selected rule.

Everyone had a great time with flashing Christmas jumpers and music all around, and Lea Michel won the highly coveted Griftsmouth plate with the largest positive difference between her Portsmouth and Griftsmouth scores.