Skeet June 2014

L  to  R  -  Andrew Menegazzo,  Mark Rosenboom,  Ray Hillam,  Aaron Stamp,  David Jackel,  Lachlan McDonald,  Phil. Smith,  Mark McDonald.
L to R - Andrew Menegazzo, Mark Rosenboom, Ray Hillam, Aaron Stamp, David Jackel, Lachlan McDonald, Phil. Smith, Mark McDonald.

Jackel wins under difficult conditions

 

Sunday 29 June was an unfriendly weather day for clay target shooting at Wangaratta. Cold, overcast, breezy and sometimes wet weather made for uncomfortable conditions, however local skeet shooter David Jackel overcame all to win the championship event with the commendable tally of 105/109. David was very closely followed by visiting Griffith shooter and B grader Ray Hillam after a shoot off, with Ray tallying 104/109.

 

Mark McDonald from Murray River Gunsmithing performed consistently during the day with his Krieghoff gun taking out A grade with 94/100. Local enthusiast Phil Smith put in a nice performance taking 2nd place on 92/100. Lady shooter Trina Adams, a top simulated field shooter, won 2nd in B grade with a score of 92/100. Andrew Menegazzo shot a terrific score of 95/100 winning C grade, ahead of Aaron Stamp on 83/100 in 2nd.

 

Thanks go to the Griffith Clay Target Club for their generous donation of Yellow Tail wine to our local club, which was given out to the competitors at the conclusion of the days event.

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