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NSW CHAMPIONSHIPS & CITY V COUNTRY RESULTS

 

NRAA QUEENS PRIZE & GRAND AGGREGATE WINNER

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The NSWRA extends congratulations to all the NSW shooters who performed brilliantly in the recent NRAA Queens Prize.

In particular a special mention to Alex Davies who won the NRAA Quuens Prize and Grand Aggregate. It was a very close match with Jim Bailey coming second,Duncan Davies third and Mitchell Bailey 4th. However it was a great effort for 21 year old Alex and a tribute to those that have asisted him reach such lofty heights.

Not to be out done Matt Paroz from the North Sydney club  showed a clear pair of heels to the competition with a 4 point margin to 2nd while Garry Faulkner from Roseville was the FTR Queens winner.

In B Grade Target Rifle Graham Kelly from Coonabaraban took out the prestigous B Grade Queens Badge while the Presidents Match winner in FTR was Darren Bradley from Griffith.

 

ALL RESULTS

 

LINK TO NSWRA CLUBS DATABASE

NSWRA CONSTITUTION REFORM

After some 18 months, we are pleased to be able to present to the members a draft copy of the proposed new constitution. This document has been made available so that everyone has a chance to look at it before it is presented to AGM to be held on Friday the 11th of October.

Please note any proposed changes need to be advised to the NSWRA office in writing before the 19th July so that they can receive due consideration by the committee before including any changes.

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Constitution Explanatory Notes

Proposed New Constitution

 

 

Call for Nomination Match Rifle and Long Range (F Open & FTR)

Raglan - Queensland - July 2020

Memo  -  Nomination Form

 

 

2019 Country v City & DRA Competitions

Saturday 6th & Sunday 7th July - Anzac Range

Notice's & Information

 

 

 

 

2020 TEAM NOMINATIONS 

NSW Veterans Team (Target Rifle And F Standard) - SYDNEY - October 2020   Nomination Form

Captain/Coach/Manager/Shooting (Call for nomination still open)

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A GREAT TWO WEEKS FOR AUSTRALIA TARGET RIFLE 

An exciting two weeks in shooting at the World Championships for Target Rifle held in Wellington in NZ has now been completed. Three hundred men and women from around the world competing for the title of WORLD CHAMPION. 

This competition is held every four years it is hotly contested. Four years ago, it was Ben Emms from Lyndhurst NSW who became World Champion. 

This year it was an Australian again with Steve Negus from Canberra taking out the crown by one point from young Mitch Bailey from Sydney. 

Australia was dominant across all the competitions which is testament to the training, commitment and skill of the team.  The results were:

  • NZ Championships – Jim Bailey, Sydney,
  • World Under 21 Champion – L Rettmer, USA.  2nd Nicholas Sims, Sydney,
  • World Under 25 Champion – Chris Schwebel, Sydney,
  • World Veteran Champion – Mark Buchanan, Sydney,
  • World Champion – Stephen Negus, Canberra,
  • World U21 Team – 1st NZ, 2nd Australia,
  • World U25 Team – Australia,
  • World Veterans Team – Australia,
  • World Team – PALMA Match – Australia. 

 

The last time Australia won this was 1988!   

A fantastic result for Australia.  Results are at https://www.lrwc2019.nz/ and you can see photos at the Australian Rifle Team FaceBook page https://www.facebook.com/ausrifleteams/

The NSWRA extends congratulations to all competitors

and especially to our NSW representatives who all performed brilliantly!

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Chris Schwebel  U25

Jim Bailey Ballinger Belt Winner

 

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Australian U25 

Back row: John Maguire (Manager) Angus Martin, Alex Davies, Dean Enslin (Capt),Chris Schwebel (Wind Coach),Alexander Hoffman and David Smith

Front Row:Ryan Biss & Mitchel Bailey

 

 

NRAA Safety Advisory:

Due to a recent incident which saw a member injured due to failure of a case, the NRAA would like to take this opportunity to remind members of the importance of ensuring that any reloading gear used in the process of manufacturing ammunition, is in good condition and free from mechanical or electrical defect and calibrated if required.

The NRAA would also like to remind members of the importance of remaiining vigilant during the reloading process, especially during the powder charge portion of reloading.

Safety is everyone's reponsability.

 

 

 

Congratulations to Shooting Australia Award Winners Isabelle Cameron and Rod Davies

 

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