The 3rd and 4th of February saw Cooma Sporting Clays host the inaugural NSW Compak Championship shot over three ranges.
Compak is a condensed version of Sporting. Consisting of five shooting stations, 25 targets of varying angles and speed are launched around each shooter.
With extensive range works carried out over the Christmas period, shooters were seeing two newly formed Compak courses for the first time. The 3 ranges provided a mix of close up targets as well a distance
Juniors led the way with Tom McGrath and Matthew Wilesmith both shooting perfect rounds of 25. Tom shot his score on the “C” range, which allowed shooters to compete on a more open range with distance being a factor. Matthew picked up his 25 on the “A” range, a more tightly laid out course, requiring a faster reaction time. Other standout performances were High Gun awarded to John Collier with a final score of 128 point as well as Stephen Tipping in C grade, posting an impressive 102.
Anna Shedrina joined us from sponsors Laporte and Bronzewing Australia. Anna, a Universal trench shooter, turned her hand to Sporting clays with a very credible showing.
Congratulation to all of the winners and thankyou to Laporte and Bronzewing for their great support.
John Collier – 128 points
1st – Frank Araco – 126 points
2nd – Matthew Wilesmith – 124 points
3rd – Chris Davis – 123 points
4th – Chris Barrowman – 121 points
1st – Tom McGrath – 126 points
2nd – Mark Corbett – 120 points
3rd – Jason McGrath – 115 points
4th – Doug Alcock – 111 points
1st - Max Kavanagh – 115 points
2nd - Doug Brenton – 113 points
3rd – Reno Morganti – 110 points
4th – Richard Seears – 105 points
1st – Stephen Tipping – 102 points
2nd – David Noakes – 95 points
3rd – Andrea Barrowman – 94 points
4th – Marcus Vaccaro – 90 points