Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Eco Shoot

Namoi Valley Archers debuted a new concept at the range on Sunday holding a round of Australian Eco Shoot. This concept involves clubs all over the country holding a round at their home range during August with all scores forwarded to the National score recorder with the highest pointscorers in each division receiving medallions. Greg Scott set a cracking pace in the Sighted division turning in two excellent rounds with Gordon White also shooting well to grab second place from the rapidly improving Nathan Murrell. Karen Hudson was the top pointscorer in the compound division with Wendi Murrell taking second place and Jarrod Stubbs in third. Darrell Hudson was in great form taking the Traditional event by a big margin from Peter Stubbs and Michael Patrick. Lachlan Scott shot superbly to win the Junior Sighted event with Zac Hayne and Sebastian Donovan grabbing the minor placings. Stacey Scott was the pick of the Cub compound archers with Haylee and Kaytlyn Murrell filling the minor placings. The next club shoot will be held this Saturday afternoon with registration at 12.30 pm


Sighted – Greg Scott 1558, Gordon White 1540, Nathan Murrell 1530, Matt Sinclair 1520, Stuart Dolbel 1518, Greg Donovan 1512, Jodi Dolbel 1412, Bernie Hayne 1418, Darren Loftus 1400, Denise Stevenson 1164, Mark Stevenson 1048.

Compound – Karen Hudson 1238, Wendi Murrell 1068, Jarrod Stubbs 1134, Ann Stubbs 952.

Traditional – Darrell Hudson 1320, Peter Stubbs 1058, Michael Patrick 944, Steve Jaeger 648, Andrew Springall 630.

Junior Sighted – Lachlan Scott 1564, Zac Hayne 1498, Sebastian Donovan 1492, Ethan Mansfield 1372, Adam Loftus 1276, Meg Jaeger 730.

Junior Compound – Jackelyn Patrick 606.

Cub Compound – Stacey Scott 1196, Haylee Murrell 1132, Kaytlyn Murrell 962, Emylie Murrell 332.

Cub Sighted – William Loftus 1324.

Cub Traditional – Sammy Patrick 450.