The Bermagui Field and Game club has completed their October event.
The Rainer Brandemeir sponsored shoot was a challenging and also entertaining course of eight stands.
The course was well designed by seasoned & new committee and club members.
37 shooters fought it out for the win in the beautiful sunshine, with just a light breeze to tame the heat.
The rabbit kept shooters on their toes as the clays were sent running and jumping down a path that proved a tease for all.
There were also some fun overhead and incoming targets that stretched the limits if you didn’t get them early.
Bruce Arthurson shot for the money and unfortunately missed out like many people before him, but none the less he was still a winner, taking home a generously donated meat tray.
Some great scores were shown in this handicap event, especially in C Grade with Michael Platts reaching 125 and Richard Watkins with 119.
AA Grade saw Phillip Craig just out-do Craig Field by 1 point with 99 and 98 respectively, while Nev Brady clearly took out A Grade.
Lunch was a magnificent spread put on by Bermagui Field & Game Committee, with a huge thank you to all who brought a plate to share.
Their next event will be a Christmas novelty shoot held at 10am on Sunday, November 26.
First place: Phillip Craig, 99 points.
Second place: Craig Field, 98 points.
First place: Neville Brady, 104 points.
First place: Mick Durnan, 110 points
Second place: Paul Bone, 108 points
Third place: Shane Platts, 102 points
Fourth place: Mario Magrin, 101 points
First place: Michael Platts, 125 points
Second place: Richard Watkins, 119 points
Third place: Justin Mann, 116 points
Fourth place: Bruce Arthurson, 109 points
First place: Alana Cox, 116 points
Second place: Michelle Craig 110 points
First place: Patrick Thompson, 107 points
Second place: Holly Gschwend, 97 points
Bermagui Field and Game are a clay target shooting club based in Murrah.
For more information about the club, or for future club events, visit their website at http://www.bermaguifieldandgame.info.