Sunday saw the second leg of the Interclub challenge run between the Cooma Gun Club and the Cooma Field and Game. The event is in its Third year and is proving popular amongst the shooters of both clubs. Initiated to boost numbers attending the clubs August shoots it is paying dividends with 36 shooters at Cooma Gun Club two Sundays ago and 54 shooters at Middling Bank last Sunday.
The competition is fiercely contested with clubs usually making the most of home ground advantages to win each of the respective days. This year the field and Game shooters gave the Cooma gun club too much lead in the first leg and were unable to make up the deficit with Cooma Gun Club winning overall by 44 targets.
Both days were a huge success. It provides shooters from different affiliations to get out and try something new. Good for the clubs and good for the shooters, there should be more of it.
Results for the day
High Gun, Chris Davis 92
AA grade. 1st Jake Hedger 80
A grade. 1st John Starr 86, 2nd Roy Meagher 80, 3rd Andrew Fairfield-Smith 79.
B grade. 1st James Ewart 83, 2nd Adam Mower 83. 3rd Curls Thistleton 79.
C grade. 1st Allan Nielson 71, 2nd Rodger Sands 63, 3rd Brendan Wholohan 63.
Ladies 1st Penny White 65, 2nd Robin Perkins 61, 3rd Rhonda White 48.
Juniors. Jake Mason 48
Cooma Gun Club 1277/1600
Cooma Field and Game 1233/1600
Thanks to our sponsor Cooma Cranes
The next club shoot is on Sunday 17th September “The Rabbit Challenge” sponsored by Snowy Plain Merino Stud, which is also the first leg of the “Coomagui Cup”, 9.30 at the Middlingbank range. For more information call Andrew 0413 013 689 or Adam 0410 507 279 or visit coomafieldandgame.org