Narrabri Clay Target Club held its July monthly shoot on Sunday. It was the club’s first event since February and the introduction COVID-19 restrictions.
Conditions were ideal for shooting and travelling shooters were out and about, coming from Wee Waa, Tamworth, Moree, Goondiwindi, and Gunnedah for the day.
It was especially encouraging to see an increase in numbers for junior shooters and their enthusiasm towards participation and involvement on the day.
The club has put a lot of work in to develop a COVID-safe Plan, meeting best practice recommendations for the return to sport.
This was well supported by members and visiting shooters.
The grounds were in excellent condition due to the upgrade of the layouts which was partly funded by the Narrabri Shire Local Sporting Grants.
Some of the other new updates include EFTPOS, live access to My Club My Scores, an extra two clay throwing traps and new signage.
Results from the day are as follows:
Event One – 25-target eye opener – cash divide:
AA-grade: First – John Sleightholme (Tamworth) and David Hedley (Narrabri) with 25/25.
A-grade: First – Grant Lowein (Moree) and Mark Barden (Narrabri) with 24/25.
B-grade: First – Hugh Faris (Narrabri) with 24/25.
C-grade: First – Lloyd Finlay (Narrabri) with 20/25.
Event two – 100T continental medley – 50T double barrel/50 targets point score:
AA-grade: First – John Sleightholme (Tamworth) with 199/200, second – David Hedley (Narrabri) with 195/200.
A-grade: First – Mark Barden (Narrabri) with 185/200, second – Grant Lowein (Moree) with 180/200.
B-grade: First – Josh Knapman (Tamworth) with 189/200, second – Janet Barden (Narrabri) with 175/200.
C-grade: First – Alex Dean (Narrabri) with 178/200, second – Justin Campbell (Tamworth) with 165/200.
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