Two events in one at Callawadda

It was a case of two for the price of one, when the Callawadda Stawell Clay Target Club hosted both a twilight and night shoot.

Callawadda Stawell president Greg James with Wayne Calaby, winner of the overall A grade Points Score championship.

Callawadda Stawell president Greg James with Wayne Calaby, winner of the overall A grade Points Score championship.

The twilight event began at 3.30pm, with shooters from as far as Mount Isa, Queensland and Morwell in Gippsland taking part.

The event was a 25 Target Points Score Championship.

After the short shoot off the event was won by Ararat junior, Tom Pilgrim.

Pilgrim won with score 92/93, out shooting the rest of the competition.

Other results included the AA grade runner up Andrew Brady, scoring 86/90 from Morwell, Bill Harris the A grade winner with 91/93 followed by Wayne Calaby with 72/75.

The B grade was Jamie Cameron from Mount Isa who scored 73/75 to hold off second placed Ivan Jones on 72/75.

The night event was a Victorian State Points Score Championship which attracted great competition, but under the new lights, targets were challenging for most competitors.

Overall and A grade winner was Wayne Calaby, from Sebastopol, who finished with 146/150.

A grade second place was Bill Coates 142/143 while AA grade first place went to Col Dunn 143/150.

Luke Ralph 143/150 finished runner up in the AA Grade.

B grade's Jamie Cameron scored 143/150 to secure his second division win of the day to defeat second placed Ron Hounsell on 132/150.

C Grade was won by an 87 year old veteran in Geoff Strauss from Central Wimmera with 126/150 with Robert Holloway finishing behind Strauss on 124/150.

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