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Melbourne Gun Club News & Results

We'll be bringing you the latest Melbourne Gun Club news, event results and general items of interest from the world of clay target shooting.

Don't forget to check our Shoot Program page for the latest information on upcoming clay target shooting events to be held at the Melbourne Gun Club.

Stay up-to-date with all the news around the traps!

 

Melbourne Gun Club wishes to thank the following sponsors for the 3 Day Yarra Valley DTL Championships. Please think of our supporters when you make your next purchase. Their kind support made this event possible.

Kaymar 4WD - www.kaymar.com.au
Paramount Projects - Craig Patterson 0409 709 637

 

MGC members on a mission!

It would appear that the competition travel bug has hit some of our members who will be off to compete in competitions during September and we wish them well, lots of good luck and much enjoyment.

REPORTS on all these events are expected to be received!  REMEMBER - any member can contribute!

Articles, good, bad or ugly, will be enjoyed by all the members.  Items can be forwarded to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or handed into the office.

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CLUB RESULTS: 01/09/2013

Warm and sunny Spring weather greeted 56 Competitors who attended the DTL and Skeet competitions making it a great day to partake in the club’s program.

Congratulations to all place getters and thanks to those competitors who supported the program!

Comp results as follows...

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CLUB RESULTS: 24/8/2013

A clear day made great shooting conditions for the 80 Competitors who attended the DTL and Skeet competitions listed for the day.

Special congratulations to Patrick Clair who entered his first competition on August 10th and won a 2nd placing in the “C” Grade competition. With his  first “look” at the Continental discipline, has won the “C” Grade 50 Target S/B event.   Patrick is one of the Juniors who regularly attends the Wednesday night school boys program.

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MEMORIAL DTL SHOOT - Donald McCraith

Past member of the Melbourne Gun Club, Donald McCraith will be honoured in a memorial DTL Shoot to be held on November 9th 2013 at Mornington Clay Target Club Inc.

This event was previously held at MGC but Donald’s Son and Grandsons are now members at Mornington. The shoot is sponsored by Donald’s widow, Elizabeth and children Mark & Virginia.

Watch the ACTA magazine for further details. We would love to see any of Donald’s past shooting team mates or friends!

South East Zone School Championship Report: WELL DONE WILL!

MGC Junior member Will Smithwick competed in the South East Zone School Championship held at Frankston last Thursday 1st August with 216 students entering for the day’s competition.

Read the full report on Will's success at the South East School Persons’ shoot here...

 

 

 

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CLUB RESULTS: 27/07/2013

A clear sunny day with no wind made great shooting conditions for the 70 Competitors who came to participate in the Trench, DTL and Skeet programs listed for the day.

MGC would like to offer their congratulations to all place getters.

Thanks to all Committee and Members who assisted on the day!

 

 

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CLUB RESULTS: 13/07/2013

Cooler conditions  and clear skies (no balloons or model aeroplanes straying into MGC air space!) gave the 7 DTL & 4 Skeet Squads an enjoyable competition.

Thanks to all those MGC members and visitors who competed and those who worked to make it a successful day!

Comp results as follows...



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ISSF International Junior Comp (Suhl, Germany) by Jack Wallace

On Sunday the 2nd of June, 5 members of the Australian shooting team and our Manager departed for Suhl, Germany to compete in the ISSF International Junior Competition.

The team consisted of myself, James Grice, Penny Smith, Gemma Dunn, Teegan McCloy and Gleniss Lawrence.

The flight took us around 19 hours and we were worn out by the time we arrived. We caught a taxi from the airport which took us 3 hours, we went straight to the Armoury to hand over our guns and collect our shooters ID.

We then went to the hotel which was 10 minutes drive from the gun club and had a good shower.

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The fog has lifted - though we would drop in for a cuppa!

Much staring, disbelief, rubbing of eyes, pointing of fingers and frantic camera clicking at the hot air balloon which decided to drop in during the Saturday 29th competition.

Not to be outdone or allowing a hot air balloon to control the "air space" over the MGC grounds, two model aeroplanes being a little bit bored with flying around in circles in their own “airspace” next door at the model aero club, decided to add further excitement to the day.

After calm was restored, the competition continued...

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CLUB RESULTS: 29/6/2013

Congratulations to all those who competed last weekend at the Melbourne Gun Club!

Foggy conditions, a hot air balloon hovering over trap 4, model aeroplanes dive bombing competitors and crash landing on trap 2, the excitement was never ending!

Thanks for the support of all who attended and to club members who assisted in any position with the running of this competition.

Comp results as follows...
 

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CLUB RESULTS: 08/06/13

A foggy and cold start to the day didn’t deter the “faithful” who roll up and compete in any type of weather conditions.

Luckily the sun appeared as the 8 DTL & 3 Skeet squads were preparing to commence which was welcomed by all.

Congratulations to those who were successful and special congratulations to Daniel Patterson (Jnr) for his first win in DTL “C Grade”.

Comp results as follows...

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Junior Club Member News

Junior club members are an integral and important part of any club.

In the case of the Melbourne Gun Club Juniors are welcomed!

We provide coaching if sought, encouragement and support from Executive and Members.

Junior success, be it at events or club shoots, are enjoyed by all.

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2013 Victorian State ISSF Titles: REPORT & RESULTS

The 2013 Victorian State ISSF Titles were conducted at the Melbourne Gun club on May 10-12 2013.

The Titles were again recognised as an AISL “PQS EVENT” and as such formed to be the first of the Commonwealth Games selection events held in Australia. This ensured large crowds and strong competition.


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Broken Hill 2 Day Shoot - 11th & 12th of May 2013

Two short REX flights and you’re at Broken Hill - top of 28 and we are feeling good about this!

Our accommodation was good at the Imperial but as we found out it was haunted and for some reason the ghosts picked on Dallas and me.

A visit to the club and we find 3 traps and a friendly club.  Our squad consisted of Inge & Roger Esplin, Rod Jackson, Dallas Ball and myself Darryl Johnston.  We entered the teams events with our team called Mexicans!

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VCTA State ISSF Championships: RESULTS

The VCTA State ISSF Championships held at the Melbourne Gun Club on the 10th - 12th of May 2013 was a huge success.

Congratulations to all who competed!

View the full results and score cards for Double Trap, Trap Men & Women plus Skeet Men & Women.

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Geoff Aston wins Mackintosh Team High Gun at Perth Nationals

Melbourne Gun Club member, and winner of the Open Mackintosh Team High Gun, Geoff Aston shot the 3 qualifying rounds for the Mackintosh Teams clean D/B & S/B & P/S = 250/250!  Geoff then went on to shoot the 100T P/S for the Mackintosh 300/300!

Only 2 shooters shot the possible in the event being Brian Mams and Geoff Aston with the shoot-off going to Geoff giving him the Open Team High Gun and Capitan of the Open Team to shoot in the world DTL in New Zealand 2014.

Melbourne Gun Club

192 Victoria Road
Yering, 3770
Victoria, Australia.

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Club Facilities

The Melbourne Gun Club is one of the biggest and best equipped in Australasia. We regularly conduct competitions in International Sport Shooting Federation (ISSF) and Australian Clay Target Association (ACTA) disciplines.