Memorial shoot a success

INVERLOCH Gun Club held its annual Memorial Shoot at the Korumburra Gun Club on Sunday.
This was the second of the club’s three competitions held throughout the year.
It was a great turnout today with perfect weather and a great mix of skeet, tower, and continental targets.
The club has held this meet for the past 18 years for all departed members.
It gave a huge thanks to all members and non-members who made the effort to attend this year’s shoot.
The results were as follows;
Overall High Gun went to Jack Stockdale shooting a perfect 75/75.
First in AA went to Trevor Ewert with a 70/75 followed by Tim Stockdale with a 69/75 and Max Oakley in third place with a 68/75.
First in A Grade went to Charlie Cook with a 71/75 followed by Rob Passiran on 71/75 and followed Aaron McKenzie on 70/75.
First in B Grade was taken out by Rob Heppell shooting a 62/75 with Graham Kent coming in second on 61/75.
First in C Grade was won by Kane Edwards with a 59/75 and Shane Bickel took second with a 55/75.
The overall junior was taken out by Lilly Hamilton with a 46/75.
The Annual Cake shoot was won by Charlie Cook against Daniel Hemming in an epic shoot off way back from the 35m mark.

Family competition: Lilly Hamilton shot with her grandfather Graham Kent for Inverloch Gun Club’s annual Memorial Shoot on Sunday.

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