The first monthly shoot of the year for the Seymour Field and Game club.March 6, 2014 4:07am
Seymour Field and Game club held the first of the 2014 monthly shoots in Avenel, with the Maurie Gray Memorial Trophy to be awarded to the best performing shooter from the club. This was won by James Saliba with a score of 77.
A total of 134 shooters attended and kept the workers busy on a fine and warm day.
High Gun winner was Wayne Lieshout with a great score of 90 with handicap.
AA-grade: James Saliba 77 first, Dale Gray 70 second, Peter Lee 68 third.
A-grade: Rhys Martin 75, Eddie Loughnane 73, Mick Sellner 72.
B-grade: James Sciberres 82, Shane Chiswell 77, Scott Parkinson 76.
C-grade: Matt Aitkin 77, Andrew Winter-Irving 76, Scott Wilson 76.
Veterans: Vaughan Ruddick 73, Kevin Byrne 71, John Coombs 71.
Ladies: Jess Parkinson 61, Margot Coker 57, Helen Dunn 55.
Juniors: James Coker 70, Matt Baker 67, Kieran Spagnolo 66.
Sub-Juniors: Will Wyllie 76, Brayden Baker 72, Ned Ashworth 72.
The next shoot will be held on April 5 at the grounds in Lambing Gully Rd, Avenel and is a 75 target event starting at 11
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