Solid field for monthly shoot

SUB-JUNIORS: Winner Harry Simson. Pictures: SUBMITTED

THE South East Field and Game Association’s recent monthly sporting clays shoot attracted 55 competitors nominated for the 50 target Compak event at Burrungule Park.

Sponsors included Castec Farm Supplies, O`Connor and Graney, Water Dynamics and Mount Gambier Skin Cancer Clinic.

Weather conditions were perfect for the first competition of 2024.

Jeremy Kent shot 49/50 to claim the Gambier Shooting Supplies High Gun honour.

AA Grade went to Gavin Dyson (47/50), from Jamie Dunn (45/50) and Tim Widdison (42/50), while A Grade went to Mark Fabris (43/50), from Dougal Simson (40/50) and Bruce Oakley (39/50).

Duan Dyson shot 37/50 to claim B Grade, Head of Peter Klieve (36/50) and Tim Lloyd (34/50), while Al Scheidl won C Grade with 25/50, from Hayden Hellyer (23/50) and Graham Fennell (28/50).

Harry Simson was the sole Sub-junior and shot 28/50.

Senior honours went to Leigh Dunn with 46/50, from Chris Wright (45/50) and Ken Atkin (43/50), while Rolf Bugden shot 44/50 to claim Veteran honours, from Ernie Schedl (42/50) and Wayne Evans (39/50.

In the Ladies division Sonya Kent claimed top honours with 31/50. from Emma Lawford (27/50) and Desiree Murray (21/50), while Shakielle Vonstanke shot 34/50 to claim the Junior honours, from Reece Fleming with 31/50).