The latest round of Sporting Clays action at Lake Bonney saw Mick Banning win the Highgun with an impressive score of 46/50.
The AA Grade competition was closely contested and in the end, Bruce Parker narrowly came out on top with a score of 44/50.
Parker edged out Tony Sellars by one target, while Mark Fabris was the final place-getter with a score of 33/50.
Like the AA Grade, A Grade was also nail-biting contest and the top three shooter were separated by just three targets.
Brenton Ferguson scored 45/50 to defeat Bill Dyson by one target and Romain Devaud, who scored 42/50.
Steve Bellinger was the winner in B Grade with a score of 42/50.
Mitch Moody and Angus Madden rounded out the top three as both shooters scored 40/50.
Ben McRostie out in an impressive performance to claim a five-target win in C Grade.
McRostie scored 39/50, ahead of runner-up James Watts, who scored 34/50 and Matt Collins with 30/50.
Greg Kessegian put in a solid performance in the Senior competition with a score of 38/50.
The Veteran’s competition went down to the wire, as the top three were separated by just the one shot.
Greg Todd claimed the win with a score of 44/50, ahead of Neville Kent, who also scored 44/50 and Geoff Lowe on 43/50.
In the Women’s competition, Bernie Peters came out on top with an impressive 40/50.
Tasha Bellinger was runner-up with a score of 37/50 and Bec Kober claimed third place with a score of 33/50.
Jack Dyson put in a strong performance to win the Sub-Juniors competition.
Dyson scored 38/60 to defeat runner-up Tyler Collins by 10 targets.