The class didn’t stop there! Shane Abood only dropped 2 points over the King’s to finish in second place behind the newly crowned winner, James Corbett! Mick Dickenson from Pratten finished sixth, Don Thompson ninth, Gordon Duncan tenth, Josh Turner twelveth, Ben Fouch seventeeth, Geoff Grosskreutz eighteenth, Colin Jones nineteenth, Kim O’Loghlen twentieth and John Gilliland twenty-first!
TRB saw the great win by Dom Whalan (which made him 11th overall in TR). John Caske dug deep in the latter stages to pull out second while Gavin Williams finished seventh and Paul Kerlin 12th.
TRC saw some great shooting by Nic Sobczak who finished second!
Let’s check out the QRA chargers in F Standard!
F Standard saw a titanic battle which ultimately saw Darryl Patti come away with the top score from FSB!!! What a great result and one which sees him jump to A Grade!
Terry Hancock from CQTS finished second a few points from his fellow club member Carl-Fredrik Lohne! Not to be out-done, Margy Kerlin, also from CQTS wrapped up fifth place with Henk Doggen from Beaudesert in sixth!
Other CQTS shooters, Jude Oliver finished tenth and Luke Promnitz thirteenth! Joe Koch from Bundaberg finished 18th and Nick Ellis 19th.
Darryl Patti saw the win! Ching Tan from Albert District had a great shoot to finish fiften with Jenny Turner from Pacific in sixth. Antonio Teepa from Clermont was seventh with Jirayu Araya from Monto eighth. Jason Larson CQTS was 11th and Cassie Stephan from Monto 12th!
F OPEN –
Danny Kelly will never forget his first King’s win and doing it ‘clean’ just made it extra special! Brian Potter from Brisbane Mariners was 4th, Jenni Hausler from 1000y Benchrest was 7th, Ernie Mace from Central 11th, Tegan Araya from Monto 14th with Stephen Smith, BJ Oliver, Brendan Feddersen all from CQTS, 16th, 18th, and 19th respectively!
Rob Griffith from North Arm Rifle Club gave it his all but fell short by a mere 2 points from Jordan Drew. Scott Mitchell from Natives was 8th and Nikki Slee from University was 9th.
Sporter / Hunter –
Ben Fouch, Alan Lawes, Toddy Todd, and Bill Lane, all from Clermont finished 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th respectively!
Belmont Shooting Complex
The Queensland Rifle Association fosters target rifle shooting and firearms training through our clubs. Different classes of rifle shooting are conducted by our Clubs under the Standard Shooting Rules (SSRs) of the National Rifle Association of Australia (NRAA).
Belmont Shooting Complex