Field and game’s monthly sporting clay shoot at took place Burrungule Park on September 24.
The Stuart Bowd Contracting/Richmond Park Sheep stud/J.O Berkefeld 75 target event had 66 competitors nominate for the Old style Fitasc event over three courses set by Ken Atkin and his crew.
Lake Bonney’s Danny Bellinger mastered the tricky conditions to take out the Gambier Shooting Supplies High Gun with 70/75.
AA Grade saw the experienced Ron Rhook, cope well with the wind, to win with 69/75 from Jamie Dunn and Adelaide’s current National veterans champion, Chris Ball complete the podium in third.
Craig Hill won A grade with 61/75 from Mick Banning in second with Greg Dawes, another visiting shooter from Adelaide finished in third.
Matt Crowe occasional showers and sunshine together with high winds played havoc with the targets at South East shot 55/75 to win B grade from the improving Ross Stevens and the “Fit again” Ricki Kelly rounding out the places.
Graham Fennell showed the other C graders a clean pair of heels to win by seven targets with Matt Crook and Peter Beck taking out the minor placings.
Wayne Evans reignited his season with a dominant 65/75 to win Veterans by five targets from Neville Kent and Wayne Gurney.
Kevin Dyson gave the Super Veterans a lesson on “how to shoot wind effected targets” to win by eight targets from, another visitor from Adelaide, David Gagnon.
Peter Klieve had a smooth run into third without his old adversary Peter Caskey.
Tash Bellinger won Ladies by nine targets but snapping at her heels was the fast improving Janette Densley and Tamara VonStanke
Trap shooting specialist Willis Jenkins won juniors with 46/75 and Will Vickery mastered the tricky conditions to convincingly win Sub Juniors with 51/75 from developing youngsters Will Crook and Adam Kuhl.
Lake Bonney 50 Targets – Sunday, October 15.
Burrungule Park 75 Targets – Sunday, October 22.