“Bring a Mate Day"
Cooma Field and game’s shoot for November, “Bring a Mate Day” went off without a hitch on Sunday.The “bring a mate day” has been running now for 8 years and has not lost its popularity.The “targets only” shooters were there in numbers which must be a testament to the popularity of Field and Game shooters, they obviously have a lot of mates.
Total numbers added up to 65 shooters which is excellent given the club has two shoots this month with a Compaq shoot being held on the 29th.
The shoot was sponsored by long time member Ed Oslins. Ed not only sponsored the event, he set up the range and worked tirelessly throughout the day making sure everything ran smoothly. This was an excellent effort as Ed has had some health issues in the last 12 months which it would appear are behind him and he is well on the road to recovery.
The event was a handicapped event which gives the entire field an opportunity to get amongst the prizes. Shoot secretary Rhonda White was able to put her office duties to the back of her mind and took out a well-deserved High gun.
Scores for the day
High Gun Rhonda White 70/122
AA Grade John Starr 81/105, Neville Brady 84/104, James Byrne 79/103
A Grade Doug Alcock 81/102, Craig Field 80/100, Barry Dunn 79/99
B Grade Chris Robinson 86/118, A.Fairfield-Smith 83/111, Glen Weston 75/111.
C Grade Russell Rowling 66/122, Ken Rowbotham 49/105, Ian Armstrong 48/104.
Ladies Jan Redman 68/112, Robin Perkins 71/103, Michelle Craig 66/102
Juniors Jack Fairfield-Smith 68/116, Oscar Mower 80/104, Jake hedger 75/83.
Cooma field and Game’s next shoot is on the 29th of November. This will be a Compaq shoot which is a condensed version of sporting clays. It is more spectator friendly than traditional sporting clays. So all are welcome to come and see the action or take part.
For more information visit the website coomafieldandgame.org or call Andrew 0413 013 689 or Adam 0410 507 279