Shieffelbien, 85.1; Blake Jamieson, 61; Callum Gillespie,64; Preston Ormandy,65. Pukeuri: Malcolm Garland, 95.3; John Hamilton, 97.2; Stephen Strachan, 93.2; Greg McFarlane, 91.1; Bridget Johnston, 99.4; Shane Grant, 85.1; Alec Borrie, 92.2; Emma Gaustad, 90; Jarvis Cross, 87.1; Joe Adamson, 85; Fin Carnell, 93; Jack CameronDuncan, 76; Logan Allen, 83; Bethany Carnell, 82; Jonny Ross, 75.1; Bailey Hawtin, 83. Enfield: Reg Partridge, 78; Lindsay Smith, 95.4; Stephen Martin, 92.1; John Kane, 88.2. Tokarahi: Stephen Bradley, 92; Scott Johnston, 96; Robyn Bradley, 88; Matt Miller, 82; Neil Johnston, 74. Waitaki Boy’s High School: Allen Swann, 92.1, 91.1; Ryan Blair, 78, 83.2; Josh McColl, 84, 84.2; Jayekib den Dulk, 80, 84.1; Arie den Dulk, 79, 79; Jarvis Cross, 91, 93.2. Southland Boy’s High School travelled to Oamaru to compete against Waitaki Boy’s High School last week. The Smallbore teams competed, with Southland taking the honours 743.15 to 699.7. The Jenkin’s trophy competition points gained after the final round 6; Enfield 8, Pukeuri 16, Tokarahi 10, Oamaru Railway 14. Tokarahi beat Oamaru Railway, 97 to 95.33. Pukeuri won against Enfield, 99 to 93.5. Pukeuri has won the Jenkins Trophy. The Doug Willetts cup for Individual handicap was won by Karl Valpy and the A.A. Hunter challenge trophy for Veterans off rifle was won by Adrianne Sherwin. The last of the ‘‘Grand Slam’’ Otago Championships was held at the Balclutha Range hosted by South Otago Assn. Tony Black (Balclutha) won Master Grade,390.23; Morris Stevenson, (Arthur Barnett),won A Grade,394.21, Murray Reeves, 2nd, with 389.17; Gerald Dodd (Clyde) won B Grade,391.20; Tarnisha Harrison,(Arthur Barnett),won C Grade,381.09; Nic Brosnahan, (Arthur Barnett), won D Grade,369.06. Overall winners for Master Grade, Peter McCallum, A Grade, Murray Reeves; B Grade, Sam Young; C Grade, Tarnisha Harrison; D Grade, Nic Brosnahan. Top Shooter, Peter McCallum, Top Veteran, Murray Reeves, Top Junior, Morris Stevenson; the Terry Lee Memorial trophy (Otago Provincial top ten shooter winner) Morris Stevenson. Next weekend is the South Island Championships. The venue for Oamaru is at the Oamaru Railway clubs’ range. Squadding between 1 pm and 3 pm.