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Brewarrina Clay Target Club – Big successful shoot at Brewarrina all weekend

Single Barrel Winner Graeme Turner with Bre Club President, Dallas Codrington. Photo contributed

The Brewarrina Clay Target Club held a very successful Barwon & District Championship at the Bre Gun Club on Saturday and Sunday.

Shooters travelled to Bre from as far as Bendigo, Coffs Harbour, Lismore, Uralla, Orange, Cunnamulla, Moree, and many other clubs had members there.

Club Secretary Richelle Codrington said that the weekend was the biggest shoot the Bre club had staged in recent years.

“It was a fantastic rollup,” Richelle said, “we were more than happy with the numbers. People started arriving onsite at the gun club on the Monday before the shoot, and by Thursday, we had no more powered sites left.

“The gun club looked like a caravan site for the week,” Richelle said.

Major prizes on the weekend went to the following:

• Barwon & District Single Barrel – Graeme Turner of Richmond River

• Barwon & District Double Barrel – Graham Dawson of Guyra

• Local Double Barrel Champion: Braden Marret of Brewarrina

• Barwon & District Point Score – Waylon Bright of Coonamble

• Ian Light Memorial Handicap – Lucas Scales of Cobar

• Local Junior Handicap Winner – Alex Codrington of Bre

• Wulf Reichler Memorial Double Rise – Sam Tomlinson of Moree

High gun winners were as follows:

• Overall – Sam Tomlinson, Moree 287/300

• AA Grade – Dustin Hone, Guyra 284/300

• A Grade – Mark Kolstad, Bourke 275/300

• B Grade – Phillip Nass, Cunnamulla 270/300

• C Grade – Robyn Jackson, Guyra 251/300

• Junior – Alex Codrington, Brewarrina

• Ladies – Viv Moore, Surat, Q

• Veteran – John Smith, Guyra

The club also held a charity event on the weekend, raising money for Men’s Health. Shooters dressed up in blue and all nomination fees and donations went to a men’s charity. The final figure is yet to be released but one person made a donation of $1,000.

The Brewarrina Clay Target Club would like to thank its many sponsors, whose support makes events like this possible.


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