Targets on the Gamie side

 “Winter game 100”

. Sponsored by Bill and Marg Warriner.

If you were skiing it would be called a “Blue Bird Day” If you used this analogy at the

gun club there would be too much discussion about the terminology. “Can’t shoot blue

birds (targets), too hard to see against the blue sky” “Blue bird? That’s not a game bird”

And so on. I think we should stick with it was a really nice day at the Middling Bank

Range on Sunday.

Bill and Marg Warriner sponsored and hosted the “Winter Game 100” Bill set a good

range of varied targets and Marg supplied an exceptionally tasty Pheasant and corn soup.

31 one shooters attended from Cooma, Jindabyne, Bermagui and Malacoota and the

mood was good humored.

Corbett shot well after his overseas trip and took out High gun with an 82/100. Bill

Warriner 1st in A grade, Neville Brady 1st in B grade Adam mower 1st in C Grade.

The ladies was well attended with 5 shooters and won convincingly by Robin Perkins.

The results for the day

High Gun- Mark Corbett.82/100

A Grade, 1st Bill Warriner 77/100, 2nd Reg McGuffick 75/100, 3rd Doug Alcock 75/100

B Grade, 1st Neville Brady 80/100, 2nd Ron Manly 78/100, 3rd Jarrod Pinnock 74/100

C Grade, 1st Adam Mower 69/100, 2nd Steve Blyth 62/100, 3rd Sean Newlin 57/100

Ladies, 1st Robin Perkins 68/100, 2nd Barbie Magrin 54/100, 3rd Rhonda White 45/100

Juniors 1st Jack Fairfield-Smith 50/100 2nd Steven Clarke 41/50

Next month is the inaugural “Interclub Challenge” held over two days. The competition

will be between the Cooma Gun Club and the Cooma Field and Game. On the 8th of

August members from both clubs will attend the Cooma Gun club range at Berridale with

the second day being held at the field and game range at Middlingbank on the 16th.

Cooma Field and Game annual general meeting will be held at the Cooma Ex-Services

Club next Tuesday the 28th July at 6.00 pm for 6.30 all welcome.

Call Andrew on 0413 013 689 or Adam on 0410 507 279 or Email