Cooma Field and Game had an excellent turnout of shooters for the first club shoot of
2017. The event sponsored by Perazzi Australia saw 56 shooters competing for some
The two ranges were set up by some of the more experienced members of the club, with
some challenging and long targets on offer. This led to some interesting scores on the day
with some experienced shooters struggling from station to station, for the newer shooters
it was an eye opener as they were presented with targets that would be encountered at
higher levels of competition.
Experience prevailed and by the end of the day Neville Brady managed to pull off his
second perfect round at the club shooting a perfect 25 on the final round. This wasn’t
enough however to overhaul Phil Craig and Bill Warriner who battled each other all day
with Bill finally taking high gun by one target.
High Gun Bill Warriner 85 /100
AA Grade 1 st Phillip craig 84/100 2 nd John Sankey 78/100 3 rd Darren Redman 76/100
A Grade. 1 st Doug Alcock 81/100. 2 nd Tony Power 76/100. 3 rd Tony Chrome 75/100.
B Grade 1 st Wayne Amos 75/100 2 nd Richard Sears 75/100 3 rd Peter Reeve 71/100
C Grade 1 st Richard Mould 70/100 2 nd Eddie Tierney 60/100. 3 rd Rodger Sands 56/100
Ladies 1 st Michelle Craig 68/100 2 nd Jan Redman 64/100 3 rd Robin Perkins 58/100
Juniors 1 st Jesson Bowermann 51/100
Sub juniors 1 st Oscar Mower 67/100 2 nd Jake Newson 49/100 3 rd Jake Mason 40/100
The next shoot will be a two day shoot at the end of January, the 28th and 29th. With Bush
Skeet a novelty event on the Saturday and Compak on the Sunday, should be a bit of fun.
For more information call Adam 0410 507 279 , Andrew 0413 013 689, https://coomafieldandgame.org or https://www.facebook.com/coomafieldandgame .