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Two day shoot is coming

WINNERS: High gun winners for August were Nicky Robertson, Todd Bradfield, Mark Robertson, Jeff Ferrier and Paul Kirby.
WINNERS: High gun winners for August were Nicky Robertson, Todd Bradfield, Mark Robertson, Jeff Ferrier and Paul Kirby. Contributed

Clay Target Shooting Our August monthly shoot was held on the first weekend of the month, and it was a great turn up

There was a larger than usual program for the day, which consisted of;

50 Target Medley

30 Target Single Barrel

50 Target Continental

15 Pair Double Rise

Results for the day were:

Overall High Gun- Mark Robertson 163/170

AA Grade High Gun - Jeff Ferrier 159/170

A Grade High Gun - Nicky Robertson 155/170

B Grade High Gun - Paul Kirby 147/170

C Grade High Gun - Todd Bradfield 151/170

Congratulations to all the shooters who attended the day, it was great to see a high level of competition in all grades.

Well done to Stu Mackenzie for being regraded from B to A-grade.

There is lots happening at the club, with our inaugural annual two day shoot this weekend.

The support already from the community has been overwhelming, and it is very much appreciated by all members of the club. All are welcome to come up to the club and have a look, and there will be a full canteen available all weekend.

Tickets are also available for a Spika 12 Gun Digital Safe, to be drawn on Sunday. Tickets are $2 each, and you do not have to be there to be a winner. If you are interested, please contact secretary Nicky Robertson on 0448 051 893 for more information.


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