Possibles shot despite windy weather

The Cobar Clay Target Club’s monthly shoot on Sunday was attended by 12 shooters, with everyone enjoying a relaxing day, after the club’s major event in August.

The shooters participated in a four event program in sunny and very windy conditions still with some possibles (perfect scores) being recorded.

The opening event was a 20 Target Double Barrel shoot with Ross Morris and Damian Wray recording possibles (20/20) to win AA Grade and C Grade respectively.

In A Grade Peter Hosie and Richard Fryer both finished with 19/20 and Jarrod Barraclough also had 19/20 to win B Grade.

In the 25 Target Single Barrel shoot Morris once again was hard to beat and won AA Grade with 21/21.

Garry Jones and Blake Dunne tied for the win in A Grade with both finishing with 21/25.

Brad Kendrick with 19/25 won B Grade with Garry Josephson scoring 20/25 to take out the C Grade win.

Hosie was the winner of the Handicap event after finishing with 29/33.

In the shoot off, Hosie beat Barraclough with 28/33 and John Polack, 26/31.

The final event of the day was a 20 Target Continental shot.

Morris continued his good form to win AA Grade with 19/20; Hosie won A Grade, also with 19/20; Teddy Fryer was the B Grade winner with 16/20; and Wray was the C Grade, winner, also finishing with 16/20.

All competitors showed great skill and class and are looking to be in great form for the Brewarrina shoot in a few weeks’ time.