Nolan is bang on tar­get

Seymour Telegraph - - NEWS -

SATUR­DAY, Oc­to­ber 7 was the Sey­mour Field and Game monthly shoot at Avenel.

The 75-tar­get event had 135 shoot­ers par­tic­i­pate on a lovely day for some good com­pe­ti­tion.

Over­all hand­i­cap win­ner was Cas­sidy Nolan, with a score of 74 out of 75 (with hand­i­cap), with a lot of close scores be­ing de­cided by count­back.

AA-grade: Bill Zo­gogian­nis 74, Grant Sand­ford 70, An­drew Cox 70

A-grade: Ge­off Perry 72, Shane Rich 70, Steve Nor­ris 69

B-grade: Max Stevens 69, Chris Bur­der 69 cb, Ge­off Clark 68

C-grade: Daniel Mcpher­son 74, Clay­ton Town­row 72, James Voogt 69

Ladies: Lyn­dall McNiell 72, Rachael Jones 70, Charli Brown 70

Vet­er­ans: John Argilla 70, Kevin Byrne 69, Neil McIn­tosh 65

Ju­niors: Dy­lan McBean 74, Harry Wilkie 70, Luke Willem­sen 67

Sub-Ju­niors: Lo­gan Baker 55,Noah Hilder­brand 51, Jarred Sped­ding 50

Bill Zo­gogian­nis, Lyn­dall McNeill and Luke Willem­sen shot a pos­si­ble 25 out of 25 on one ground

The Field and Game clubs of Sey­mour and Kilmore hold an an­nual chal­lenge for the “dunny seat” tro­phy, with the first leg held at Sey­mour and the next leg held at Kilmore.

Kilmore won the day with a score of 61.81 per cent to Sey­mour’s 60.23 per cent.

The next shoot will be the Scott Kan­ters Memo­rial, held on Satur­day Novem­ber 4, start­ing at 11 am.

The Field and Game Na­tion­als will be held over the Cup week­end near Wodonga.

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