Visiting shooter enjoys success

STAWELL - Visiting shooter Roger Lehmann enjoyed success when the Callawadda-Stawell Clay Target Club hosted the North West Zone champions of champions event.

Shooters from Kerang, Cohuna, Birchip, Warracknabeal, Horsham, Ararat, Beaufort, Albury-Wodonga, Sebastapol, Maryborough and Noorat participated.

Lehmann, from Warracknabeal, topped the 75 target mixed event with an overall score of 122/125. He received 'AA' honours with 119/125 relegating Callawadda's Chris Jorgensen into second position with Colin Dunn third.

Callawadda's Gregory James finished on top of A grade with 119/125, with Russell Black finishing in second place on 118/125.

B grade was awarded to Kerang's Jeff Hogg (120/125) from Callawadda's Leon Gibson (116/125).

The home side had another winner with Ivan Jones taking home C grade spoils with 110/125 from Beaufort's Jason O'Connor (108/125).

Dimboola shooter Allan Jones took out the 15 target mixed event, shooting a perfect 45/45.

Callawadda's Tim Hughes took out AA grade ahead of Wayne Harris (Ararat), William Jorgensen (Callawadda) and Roger Lehmann.

Peter Tate (Maryborough) was A grade winner from Colin Dunn.

J&A Fencing high gun winner was, not surprisingly, Roger Lehmann who finished with an overall score of 147/150 to claim the day honours.

Penny Smith (Noorat) was crowned overall junior high gun with her score of 142/150.

The champions of champions event was proudly sponsored by the Gibson family in Stawell.

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