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Est. 1901

 

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HEXTA Electronic Targets

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30/04/2016 - 400 Yards
  
30 Members and/or Guests in Attendance
 
  Date:    30/4/16
  Range:    400
  Name: Grade  
  O'Loghlen, Kim A 104.12
  Scovell, Peter A 104.12
  Menzel, John A 104.11
  Thompson, Don A 103.09
  Latham, Wendy A 102.13
  Ahonen, Markku A 102.09
  Henderson, Garry A 101.07
  Meldrum, Craig C 101.05
  Muxlow, Sharona B 100.09
  McArthur, Andrew B 100.08
  Marett, Leigh A 100.05
  Broome, William C 98.06
  Vanka, Michael C 98.04
  Baker, Luke B 97.06
  Meldrum, Daniel C 87.03
  Moftert, Bernard Vis 65.01
  Sirett, Lee Vis 44.10
  Jones, Danella C 42.00
  F-Class Std Scope  
  Pickles, Brian FS 124.10
  Latham, Wayne FS 122.12
  Leung, Jeff FS 120.05
  Menzel, Paul FS 116.06
  Canty, Tom FS 113.04
  Wood, Kyle FS 110.07
  Craick, Gordon FS 108.02
  Easton, Lucas FS 107.03
  Sirret, Lee Vis 102.06
  Nguyen, Hiue Vis 88.01
  Sirret, Lee Vis 52.01
  F/TR Scope  
  Constantinou, George F/TR 118.06
       

 


METROPOLITAN DISTRICT RIFLE ASSOCIATION

Links to all MDRA Scores and Top Ten Placings
 

MDRA Leader Board 2016 - Target_Rifle
http://www.qldrifle.com/index.php/shooting-results/club-fixture-results/96-mdra/355-mdra-test-scores-9

 
MDRA Weekly Top Ten - Target Rifle

http://www.qldrifle.com/index.php/shooting-results/club-fixture-results/96-mdra/354-mdra-test-scores-8

 

MDRA Leader Board 2016 - F-Class Standard
http://www.qldrifle.com/index.php/shooting-results/cub-fixture-results/96-mdra/352-mdra-test-scores-6


 


 


DON THOMPSON IN GOOD FORM AT BENDIGO

Natives Club member, Don Thompson, won badges in each
of the David Syme aggregate, the Queens aggregate and the Percy Pavey Grand aggregate at the VRA Championships
shot last week on the Welsford range in Bendigo.

Congratulations, Don!
 
Summary of Results    
         
Syme Aggregate:      
A Grade: 1st - Peter Thurtell, Wingham - 298.36
Natives Club Scores:    
12th Don Thompson - 292.25  
18th John Caske - 291.18  
  Peter Scovell - 286.21  
         
Queens Aggregate:      
A Grade: 1st -  Geoff Grenfell, Bendigo - 397.47
Natives Club Scores:    
8th Don Thompson - 394.38  
24th Tim Berry - 390.37  
  John Caske - 384.37  
  Peter Scovell - 378.24  
         
Percy Pavey Grand Aggregate:    
A Grade: 1st -  Geoff Grenfell, Bendigo - 694.90
Natives Club Scores:    
6th Don Thompson - 686.63  
  John Caske - 675.55  
  Peter Scovell - 664.45  

 


QLD VETS WIN RICHARD-MOUSLEY TROPHY

The Veterans Teams Championships were held in Bendigo, Victoria this week.  In the F-Class Standard competition, the Qld pairs of Brian Pickles (Natives) and Mike Kyle (Gold Coast) on 442.24 points won the Bob Richards-Mousley trophy by one point from arch-rivals Ernie Mace (Central) and Dick Blocksidge (Albert).

The match, fired over 300, 600, 900 and 1000 yards, was shot in difficult rear fish-tail conditions.

Brian and Mike also picked up the bronze medallion for second place in the two day aggregate.

CONGRATULATIONS TO BRIAN AND MIKE


Mike and Brian with their trophy

 


RO McNAUGHT WINS QRA UNDER-25
CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS

Following on from her success in the MDRA Champion of Champions, Rowan McNaught of the Natives Rifle Club won the QRA Under-25 Champion of Champions match.

The Natives Rifle Club proudly acknowledges Ro's string of successes in recent months.



Congratulations Rowan

 


RO McNAUGHT WINS MDRA UNDER-25
CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS

Natives Rifle Club member, Rowan McNaught, won the MDRA Under-25 Champion of Champions competition held on Saturday, February 27th fired over 300, 900 and 1000 yards on Hexta electronic targets.

The conditions were very challenging with the effects of the aftermath of a tropical cyclone causing fresh to strong, quick changing winds switching from 9.00 to 12.00 o'clock.

The weather conditions challenged even the most experienced competitors resulting in quite low scores across all of the disciplines competing in the Champion of Champions matches.

CONGRATULATIONS, RO



 

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