KORUMBURRA Gun Club members brought home numerous titles from the Australian Clay Target Association Skeet nationals held recently at Wagga Wagga.
The club is going from strength to strength, proven by the performances of the seven members who represented themselves and the club exceptionally.
Max Oakley was the overall winner of the pre-national ACAT all states championship with a score of 76/77.
Max was also successful in being part of the Victorian Veteran state team that took second place to New South Wales by two targets. The team was awarded the silver national medal.
Jack Stockdale’s awards were:
* National Skeet 28 gauge junior champion with a score of 47/50; Gold national junior medal.
* Junior Skeet National Champion of Champions with a score of 98/100; Gold Junior national medal.
* Junior National Skeet Doubles with a score of 107/112 to be awarded the National junior gold medal.
* Member of The Victorian Junior state team that finished second to Queensland by one point to take the silver National medal.
Jack Stockdale was awarded the National Junior High Gun award winning the overall series in the Junior division. For his efforts he took a national royal blue sash.
In the National Skeet 20 gauge championship, Daniel Hemming took third place in B Grade with a score of 110/116 to be awarded with a bronze national medal.
Newcomer to the Australian Clay Target Association and Korumburra Gun Club Aaron McKenzie took second place in B Grade for the National Skeet Doubles Championship with a score of 109/116 and the silver national medal.
Charlie Cook, another newcomer to Korumburra Gun Club, and at his first national competition, was awarded the gold ACTA medal for the sub junior division of the Commonwealth Skeet Championship with a score of 103/108.
Korumburra Gun Club president Trent Tobias said he is very proud of all the members that attended the ACTA skeet nationals.
“It is fabulous to see that such a small country club like ours can achieve great results.”
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