Fi­nal shoot and bar­be­cue

Seymour Telegraph - - SPORT - (Right) The win­ners were Lau­rie May and Noel Hull. to Joseph Mi­callef.

Seymour Field and Game held their fi­nal shoot for the year on Satur­day and 108 com­peti­tors turned up for a two-per­son team event.

This was run un­der com­bined handicaps and was an in­ter­est­ing event to fin­ish the year on.

With 150 tar­gets be­tween the two team mem­bers, shoot­ers were kept on their toes by the ground set­ters with ev­ery­one en­joy­ing the day.

First place went to Ja­son Smith and Jor­dan Smith.

Run­ners-up were Grant Sandford and Fred Zito, third place went to Tony Con­nell and Steve Norris, and fourth place went to Brian Mi­callef and Joseph Mi­callef.

The club also awarded their an­nual ag­gre­gate awards for 2018.

The over­all High Gun win­ner was Bray­den Baker, while the over­all hand­i­cap win­ner was Neville Green. Other re­sults: AA-grade: Alan Coombs; A-grade: Brian Baker; B-grade: Shane Rich; C-grade: Phillip Con­way; Vet­er­ans: John Coombs; Ladies: Jes­sica Parkin­son; Ju­niors: Dou­glas Hooper; Sub-ju­niors: Lo­gan Baker;

Most im­proved ju­nior: Joseph Mi­callef; and

Best all-round ju­nior: Tris­tan Mur­phy.

The Al­lan Semm­ler con­ser­va­tion award was shared be­tween Lau­rie May and Noel Hull for their out­stand­ing and con­sis­tent work in ver­min con­trol.

To fin­ish the day we had a big bar­be­cue feast to thank all the won­der­ful volunteers and sup­port­ers for a great year.

The Seymour Field and Game will recom­mence clay tar­get shoot­ing in March 2019.

Al­lan Semm­ler con­ser­va­tion award:

Most im­proved ju­nior: This award went

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