It was a perfect day for “tweed” at the Cooma Field and Game range on Sunday. An excellent turnout of 60 shooters enjoyed two well set ranges to make the most of the perfect mid-winter weather. The targets were varied and well set testing the best shooters with balanced scores across all grades. With bottles of Wildbrumby Schnapps supplied by the sponsors for prizes the competition was fiercly contested and yet no one managed to shoot a perfect round of 25. Bill Warriner’s experience overcame the field taking out a well-deserved High Gun and in turn taking home the Tweed Cup.
As usual with any themed event not everyone chose to wear tweed, but those who did put in a good effort. Stephen McIntyre took out best dressed with Oscar Mower runner up.
Other results for the day.
High Gun Bill Warriner. 82
AA Grade. 1st Chris Davis 75. 2nd Mark Gschwend 71. 3rd James Byrne 71.
A Grade. 1st Andrew Fairfield-Smith 77. 2nd Doug Alcock 75. 3rd Chris Raabe75.
B Grade. 1st Richard Sears 80 2nd Colin Brownlie 75. 3rd Adam Mower 70.
C Grade 1st Rodger sands 60. 2nd Doug Blewitt 60. 3rd Charlie Kimber 59.
Ladies. 1st Robin Perkins 67. 2nd Penny White 53. 3rd Marg Warriner 50.
Juniors 1st Oscar Mower 71.
Sub Juniors. 1st Daniel Davis 68. 2nd Nick Davis 60 3rd Josef Gschwend 55.
Penny White won the rabbit Raffle and shot the targets to take home the prize.
Kerry Mcgraw won the lucky members draw.
The Clubs AGM will be held on Tuesday 25th at the Cooma Ex-service club from 6.00pm.
Thanks to the months Sponsors Wild Brumby Schnapps