Shooters wind up summer series

Fifty-three shooters nominated for the last of the three Compak Sporting clays summer series at Burrungule Park.

This month course setter Ken Atkin was tasked with setting the English Sporting discipline which is shot as pairs, meaning a single barrel for each clay target for the Aussie Disposals/Barry Sims sponsored event.

Gavin Dyson won the Gambier Shooting Supplies High Gun with an outstanding 59/60, while Ernie Scheidl took out AA Grade from Ken Atkin (South Australian state skeet team representative) and Malcolm Whitehead

Kingston shooter Mick Banning was delighted with his high score as he won A Grade from the experienced John Hill and Chris VonStanke Jnr making a welcome return to the podium.

Visiting shooter Romain Devaud knocked Al Scheidl off to claim the B grade, while in the C grade Michael Gates shot an incredible AA score of 28/30 on one course to beat Graham Fennell on a count back with Matt Crook taking out third in C grade.

Neville Kent comfortably won Veterans from Wayne Gurney and Wayne Evans, while Lake Bonney’s Greg Todd won on a count back from Barry Hill with Kevin Dyson back in third in the Super Vets.

South Australian Ladies skeet team representative Liz Rymill made a welcome return to sporting clays with a win in ladies class.

Also making a welcome return was the talented Liam Bottomley who won the juniors with a high score of 55/60.

The Sub juniors was won by Will Vickery, also a South Australian junior Skeet representative, from the talented Declan Wright and Ethan Hellyer.

Upcoming events: 

April 2 – State Selection Shoot Central 75 Targets.

April 16 – Lake Bonney 50 Targets.

April 23 – Burrungule Park 75 Targets.

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