A small group of local archers enjoyed the tough and challenging Delta targets on the Outback range on Sunday. Delta targets are basically coloured photo type animal paper targets with score zones in the exact spot and size as the vitals on that particular animal. This means that a score zone for a 48mtr target could be the size of a tea cup, not exactly an easy target to hit.
A number of club records were broken on the day, maybe the new look before you shoot bino rule helped for these targets or maybe the quality of the field is just stepping up to the challenge. These targets are unforgiving, a number of them only allowing a "C" score for a 1" deviation from the "A" zone and some offering a miss for anything greater than that 1" deviation.
Steve Jaeger shot exceptionaly after a week of tuning his bow after some tips at the Nationals, closley followed by John Clark, Mr "Play it safe" and go for consistency.
The record breakers.
It should be noted that many of the second and third place getters on the day were also breaking the previous club record, fantastic shooting by everyone.
Keegan Patrick 645 Boy Junior Compound
Matt Kersley 620 Boy Junior Compound
Josh Dolbel 945 Boy Junior Open
Christopher Patrick 625 Cub Boy Compound
Brody Waterford 545 Cub Boy Compound
Sebastian Donovan 950 Cub Boy Open
Mathew Jauja 930 Cub Boy Open
Jessica Sinclair 465 Cub Girl Compound
Jackelyn Patrick 295 Cub Girl Compound
Meg Jaeger 495 Cub Girl Open
Sophie Donovan 420 Cub Girl Open
Sammy Patrick 430 Cub Girl Traditional
Katie Taylor 325 Cub Girl Traditional
Amy Stubbs 435 Girl Junior Compound
Greg Donovan 955 Mens Bowhunter Limited
Wade Hudson 860 Mens Compound
Jack Carlin 615 Mens Compound
Ben Stubbs 520 Mens Compound
Steve Taylor 280 Mens Compound
Steve Jaeger 1070 Mens Open
John Clark 1050 Mens Open
Stuart Dolbel 990 Mens Open
Matt Sinclair 805 Mens Open
Peter Stubbs 625 Mens Traditional
Darrell Hudson 560 Mens Traditional
Michael Patrick 535 Mens Traditional
Karen Hudson 445 Womens Compound
Ann Stubbs 470 Womens Traditional
The next shoot is an ABA round on the 29th of April, THIS WEEKEND.