Final shoot and barbecue

By Seymour Telegraph

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.