Andrew Geary, Katrina Geary and Kerry Nicholson are all smiles after impressing at the Grafton Rifle Club event.
Andrew Geary, Katrina Geary and Kerry Nicholson are all smiles after impressing at the Grafton Rifle Club event.

Geary shoots into top spot

ANDREW Geary claimed top honours at the RCTS event at Grafton Rifle Club on Saturday.

A field of 24 shooters enjoyed good conditions with fine weather and only a slight breeze when they lined up from the 90 mark.

Andrew Geary finished with 92 (with 5) to claim top off rifle honours with Greg Mills-Thom (91 with 3) second and Katrina Geary third with (90 with 8).

Only two possibles were shot on the day with Andrew Geary and Nick Abrahall shooting one possible each.

Congratulations to Katrina for claiming third off rifle.

Katrina upgraded her ammunition this week and it produced an amazing improvement in her score. She now has her sights set on A grade.

Next week’s event is 300 yards Field Class Target Shooting followed by Service Rifle.

The range is located on Trenayr Road opposite Koppers Logs. New shooters are welcome.

The range is open from 8.15am on Saturdays for set up with shooting commencing at 9am. Sign-on times are from 8.30am to 9am.

Handicap scoresA-gradeAndrew Geary 94.4, Greg Mills-Thom 93.8, Robert Durrington 93.2, Andrew Paull 91.6, Nick Abrahall 90.6, Ben Higgins 82.8, Jenny Higgins 72.4.B-gradeKatrina Geary 100, Michael Cook 97.6, Derek Higgins 92.6, Liza Georgelin 90.8, Lindsay Cole 43.4.

C-gradeKerry Nicholson 93, Justin Georgelin 92.2, Ryan Burton 92.2, Dean Georgelin 87.2, Chris Oliver 87.2, Kevin Wood 77.8, Glen McPhillips 77, Luke Bloomer 71.8, Robbie Paull 68, Maria Paull 64.8, Alex McPhillips 61, Matt Bloomer 50.6.



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