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Results for Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th October
Saturday saw a huge turnout for our ever growing shotgun competition with 20 competitors taking part including 2 juniors. Mick Reed and Josh Arundell tied for 1st place with 47 broken clays each. Next was Brad Kidd with 46 and Greg Chapman on 43. 4 shooters took part in Military Service Rifle on Sunday with Greg Blake shooting an unbelievable 193.1 out of a possible 200 to claim 1st. John Buik followed on 184 and Dave Wade claimed 3rd with a score of 183.1. Next weekend we have Black Powder on from 1.30pm on Saturday 14th and Centerfire 200yd Group on Sunday 15th. For more information head to our website www.ssaawagga.org.au or look us up on Facebook @SSAAWagga
Results for the Blue Heeler Fly weekend
On Saturday there were 50 entries in the Blue Heeler Classic 500m fly match. Winds were twichy and the mirage was heavy but Paul Deehan found a way through it to take out heavy gun and first place overall. Light gun went to Grant Groves from Albury while Ken Perrin saved local pride with second in light gun and third overall. The next best local performance was Greg Chapman in fifteenth place overall.  At 300m on Sunday it was very tight at the top with only three points separating the first four places. In custom class it was Peter Merriman (291.01) from Paul Deehan (290.12); Ken Perrin (290.08) and :Paul Kreebs (288.07). In factory class we had our only local winner with Gavin Power, shooting his trusty .260, on 252.03. He was followed by Keith Dowell (249.02) and Rob Valeri (248.02). Consistency paid off and Paul Deehan took home the Maddco Barrel, supplied by ProCal, for the top gun over the two days. The door prize, another Maddco barrel, went to Nick Aagren  from Melbourne Benchrest Club.
Saturday the 2nd is shotgun from 1.30 and Sunday the 3rd is rimfire field from 10.00 followed by rimfire silhouette
Results for Saturday 12th August
On Saturday Mick Reed showed his skill with a shotgun only missing two out of the fifty clays on  offer. He was pushed by Shane Robertson (three down) and Greg Chapman (43).  Then Josh Arundell, Brad Kidd and Matt Colvin all on 41.The Blue Heeler is coming up on the 26th & 27th of August. The range will be closed to casual shooters that weekend but as always spectators are welcome. If you are going to compete get your nomination to Greg Chapman.

On Saturday the 19th it is black powder from1.30 and Sunday the 20th is 300m Fly.

 For more info ssaawagga.org.au or Don on 69263757.
Results for Sunday 6th August
On Sunday the lever rifle shooters took advantage of the space left by the cancellation of the Murrumbidgee Muster to enter a postal comp.
The Blue Heeler is coming up on the 26th & 27th of August. The range will be closed to casual shooters that weekend but as always spectators are welcome. Come and see what it takes to squash a fly at 500 metres. If you are going to compete get your nomination to Greg Chapman (chappo555@bigpond.com).
Saturday the12th  is shotgun from 1.30 and Sunday the 13th is military range rifle (5 at 100; 10 at 200 and 5 at 300)
For more info ssaawagga.org.au or Don on 69263757.
Results for Sunday 30th July
On Sunday the fly shooters took advantage of the fifth Sunday to stage a 500m match as a prelude to the Blue Heeler.  Competition was fierce at the top with Rob Cheetham on 242.01 just pipping Barry Wild (241.01). Tony Gestier on210 and two flies filled third place.
There is no competition on the 5th and 6th as it would have been  the Murrumbidgee Muster.
Saturday the12th  is shotgun from 1.30 and Sunday the 13th is military range rifle (5 at 100; 10 at 200 and 5 at 300)
Results for Saturday 3rd June
Saturday saw twenty gunners challenge the clays. Mick Reed only missed one to finish on 49, he was followed by Greg Chapman  on 47, then Josh Arundell and Aiden Lynch both on 46.
The range will be closed on Saturday the 10th and Sunday the 11th for the long weekend.
The next comp is Saturday the 17th black powder from1.30 and Sunday the 18th 200y cf score from 10.00.
 For more info ssaawagga.org.au or Don on 69263757.
Results for Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th May
Sorry, no Blackpowder results from Saturday. Sunday saw 14 shooters compete in a 50y Rimfire Group event, 6 in factory class, 6 in custom class and 2 juniors. Factory class wnet to Bruce Milne 0.433 from Alan Holden 0.510 and Peter McIntyre 0.529, Custom class went to Andrew Finch 0.325 with Carlo Zuliani 0.348 and Mick Brazier 0.378 in second and third. Juniors, Lilly Reed 0.420 and Seisha Passlow 0.488 (Seishas' first competition) shot aggregates many shooters would be envious of.
 
Saturday 3rd June is Shotgun from 13:30 and Sunday is Rimfire Field Rifle and Metallic Silhouette from 10:00
Results for the Barry Duncan memorial
The prediction of a wet weekend no doubt accounted for the low numbers for the Barry Duncan.  In light bench it was Paul Deehan who at 100 shot three 2s, a 1 and a 3 for an agg of 0.2498”, a winning result in any company.  At 200 one got away from him for a two inch group on the A target but he recovered with four very good groups to finish with a minute of angle agg of 0.3566”. His  grand agg (100 and 200) of 0.3032” was good for first place; followed by Barry Wild (0.3277”).  Third place went to Tracy Deehan with 0.3437”.  Tracy in a lady to watch as this was her first ever short range match. A win in light gun at the March fly and now a third in her first group match I can only wonder what the future holds.
In heavy bench it was Barry Wild from John Butts, with Barry taking the two gun to win the Barry Duncan for 2017.
Saturday the 27th is black powder from 1.30 and Sunday the 28th is rimfire 50y group from 10.00.
Results for Sunday 30th April
The Laurie Andrews Memorial on Sunday was again for 30’s. In service rifle it was Rob Baird from Bruce Milne; range rifle was Bruce Milne from Rob Baird and field rifle was John Buik from Bruce Milne.
Saturday the 6th  is shotgun from 1.30 and Sunday the 7th is centrefire field and lever action from 10.00.
For more info ssaawagga.org.au or Don on 69263757
Results for ANZAC DAY
10 competitors took part in this years shoot. The shoot was held on the Field rifle range and the course of fire consisted of 10 rounds rapid fire @ 50m, 10 rounds standing supported @ 100m and 10 rounds sitting/kneeling supported @ 200m. The conditions were difficult with rain falling (extremely heavy at times, see the gallery page) throughout the shoot. 1st on the day was Frank Cohn followed by Rob Baird and Greg Blake. Thanks to Deb Hannon for catring and photography. Over $500 was raised to support Leagacy.
Results for Sunday 23rd April
Only seven shooters faced the prospect of rimfire fly to 200y on Sunday and four of them were from out of town. After three at 100y Michael Brazier had not dropped a point and husband and wife duo of Alison and David Brett from Albury had only dropped one each. However two targets at 200 proved character building and at the end It was David Brett from  Barry Wild and Alison Brett with Michael Brazier in fourth place.
Sunday the 30th is the Laurie Andrews 303 LeeEnfield shoot from 10.00am.
For more info ssaawagga.org.au or Arthur on 0428 968 729
Results for Sunday 9th April
Sunday the 9th saw 6 shooters face less than ideal conditions for Military Field Rifle. 1st on the day was Greg Blake who shot a very tidy 173.1, followed closely by Dave Wade and Brett Regan who both tied for 2nd with 171.1. 
The Range was closed over the long weekend and we hope everyone had a safe and enjoyable Easter break. Our next shoot will be Saturday the 22nd for Black Powder from 1.30pm, followed by Rimfire Fly (3x100 2x200) on Sunday the 23rd.
For more info visit ssaawagga.org.au or contact Arthur on 0428 968 729
Results for Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd April
Saturday saw a smaller field of nine for shotgun.  Once again Mick Reed led the charge on 43, followed by Aiden Lynch (38) and Daniel Penny (36). Imagine what Daniel could do with a modern gun! On Sundday rimfire field was also Mick Reed (366.4) from Tony Gestier (338.1) and David Wade (337.2). Silhouette was Rob Baird (15) from Rob Cheetham (14) then David Wade and Tony Gestier both on 12.
Sunday the 9th is Military Field Rifle (5 at 100, 10 at 200 and 5 at 300)
The range will be closed on the 15/16th for Easter.
For more info ssaawagga.org.au or Arthur on 0428 968 729
Results for Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th March
Wagga again hosted a very successful fly weekend. To attempt to hit a fly, roughly the size of a postage stamp at 500m is not for the faint hearted.  The Deehan family made it look easy with Tracy winning light gun and Paul winning heavy gun.  The first ever husband and wife couple to take out the light/heavy double and finishing first and second overall; history has been made.  Les Fraser shot a potential heavy gun national record of 0.887 inch. At 300m on Sunday custom class went to Peter VanMeurs with a new club daylight record of 297 and 15 flies (possible 300).  Factory class went to new local fly shooter Adam Browne.
Saturday the 1st of April is shotgun from 1.30. Sunday the 2nd is rimfire field and silhouette from 10am.
For more info ssaawagga.org.au or Don on 69263757
Results for Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th March
Due to there only being two starters there was no black powder comp on Saturday.

Sunday was a 300m fly shoot with thirteen starters.  As no points were awarded for group size a possible score was 250 not the normal 300. First place went to Rob Cheetham  on 233.2; followed by Rob Dalbon from Griffith (231.2) and Mick Reed (230.5)

The coming weekend is the fly matches, if you intend to enter please let Bob Wright know.

For more info ssaawagga.org.au or Don on 69263757
Results for Sunday 12th March
Sunday was military range rifle and as usual the day was won or lost at the unfamiliar 300m stage.  Greg Blake showed that 30s are up to the task to take the day on 172.1 (possible 200) from Rob Baird (166.1) and consistent performer John Buik (157).
Saturday the 18th is black powder from 1.30 and Sunday the 19th is 300m fly from 10.00.
The following weekend are the fly matches, if you intend to enter please let Don know.
For more info ssaawagga.org.au or Don on 69263757
Results for Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th March
Tuesday the 14th is the club’s AGM at the Rules Club from 7.30pm. Please come and help set the club’s direction for the next year. Five percent of the branch’s total membership is required so your attendance is important.
On Saturday Mick Reed dominated shotgun breaking 47, Josh Arundell and Aiden Lynch both on 40 followed and then David Sides 38.
Centrefire field rifle on Sunday was hotly contested with the first five all scoring better than 300 but it was Mick Reed on 360.2 from Rob Wells (340.1); Rob Baird (330.1); Mick McAuliffe (325); Clayton Hogno (312).
In lever action Mick Reed again led the charge on395.1 from Clayton Hogno (308.2); Rob Baird (271.1); Peter Colley (228.1).
Sunday the 12th is military range rifle from 10.00am (5x100; 10x200; 5x 300).
For more info ssaawagga.org.au or Don on 69263757
Results for Sunday 26th February
It was a little breezy for the rimfire 50y score match on Sunday but it did not faze Tony Gestier who did not drop a point in master’s class to finish on 250.9. He was followed by Mick Reed (248.4) and Don Ewin (246.9). Hunting class went to our new junior star, Lilly Reed on 246.7. David Wade on 242.5 and John Buik (242.4) filled the minor places.  Despite the wind the standard was very high, getting down to tenth place before the agg dropped below 240.
Saturday the 4th is Shotgun from 1.30.
Sunday the 5th is Centrefire Field and Lever Action from 10.00
For more info ssaawagga.org.au or Don on 69263757
Results for Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th February
On Saturday Garry Moore was a clear winner in black powder from Mark Wheeler and Eddie Witt.
On Sunday twenty shooters contested the 100-y group shoot.  Winds were twitchy and the mirage kept the mothball moving but the standard was high getting down to sixteenth place overall before the agg went over the magic inch. In custom class it was Don Ewin on 0.3388 from Paul Deehan (0.3834) and Barry Wilde (0.5306).  In factory class it was Rob Cheetham on 0.4826 from Brad Treddrea (0.6774) and Alan Constable very close on 0.6778.  The standout performance for the day was new junior Lilly Reed in her second comp appearance and first centrefire match. She shot three targets around half an inch and one barely an inch only to have the last one get away from her for 2.8xx, however she still finished with a credible agg barely over an inch. Enough to make more than one experienced shooter think, the girl has a future in target shooting.
Sunday the 26th is a rimfire 50y score match.
For more info ssaawagga.org.au or Don on 69263757
Results for Sunday 12th February
On Sunday seven shooters competed in the military service rifle event. Greg Blake only dropped one point at 100 and three at 200 to take the event with 296.5; he was followed by John Buik on 177 and Rob Baird (176.1); with David Wade hot on their heels (173.2).
Saturday the 18th is black powder from 1.30.
Sunday the 19th is centrefire 100y group from 10.00.
For more info ssaawagga.org.au or Don on 69263757
Results for Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th February
Eighteen gunners competed for the first shotgun comp of the year.  Mick Reed only missed six to score 44, he was followed by Aiden Lynch and Josh Arundelll both on 43.
Rimfire field on Sunday was again Mick Reed on 360.2 followed by Luke  Stone 356.1 and Tony Gestier 351.3.  Congratulations to Lilly Reed taking part in her first club competition shoot.  It was good to see Maddi and Tom back competing after a break.
Sunday 12th is military service rifle from 10.00am (5 at 50, 10 at 100 & 5 at 200).  After lunch the ADA have challenged SSAA to a deer silhouette shoot out – deer hunting calibers only.
The ADA meeting will be at the range before the deer challenge.
The SSAA monthly meeting will be at the Rules Club from 7.30 on Tuesday the14th.
  
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