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2016 NSW State Night Single Barrel Championship

ROBERT ANDERSON WINNER OF THE 2016 NSW STATE NIGHT SINLGE BARREL CHAMPIONSHIP

The NSW State Night Single Barrel Championship was held at Cobar on Friday 19th August 2016 in conjunction with the clubs 41st Annual Golden Clay & NSW Junior Masters Championships.

Robert Anderson was the Overall winner of this title, which was contested in inclement weather of rain and cole winds. However, 53 shooters braved the conditions for the Sandvik Mining & Construction 50 Target Single Barrel Championship, with the following competitors being successful;

1st C Garde - Tracey Boon 40/50, 2nd A Grade - Blake Dunne 39/50
1st B Grade - Greg Bush 43/50, 2nd B Grade - Matt Tingate 48/58
1st A Grade - Beau Brown 46/50, 2nd A Grade - Ross Morris 44/51
1st AA Grade - Ashley Bolwell 48/50, 2nd AA Grade - Patrick Guida 53/57
Overall - Robert Anderson 49/50

Rob Anderson OA NSW State Night SB CShip

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2016 NSW State Double Barrel Continental Championship

Marconi Clay Target Club hosted the 2016 NSW State Night Double Barrel Continental Championship on 18 March 2016.

Overall: Nick Xenos 49/50, AA 1st: J Koolbanis 46/50, AA 2nd: H Guerriero 53/58, A 1st: M Gomes 48/50, A 2nd Fawzi 50/54, B 1st: M Henriques 46/50, B 2nd: L Trew 45/52, C 1st: A Chamaisse 47/50, C 2nd: V Marinos 46/50.

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Hay Gun Club 2014 Easter DTL Carnival

Perfect weather –  big crowd – great shooting – 26,500 clays thrown -  perfect scores !

The Hay Gun Club ordered a perfect weekend and that is what they got.

Big crowd of 107 shooters and their families attended from all over NSW, VIC, SA, QLD and TAS.

Friday night commenced with a great meal of fish and chips, followed by the $1000 Rhype Transport Livestock Specialists 15 Target Handicap event.  The eventual winner was young Mitchell Iles from Vic.

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Lynne Teale becomes NSW Clay Target Association Life Member

A star behind the scenes

LYNNE Teale describes herself as a “non-shooter”, yet she is arguably the most important figure in the local area’s shooting cricles.

“I have very limited ability on the tracks, so I only shoot enough times each year to retain my firearms license,” Lynne said.

“I soon learnt that I couldn’t hit the clay targets in flight and it didn’t count if I hit them after they had landed.

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