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Grafton indoor archery

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Results of indoor shoot held Tuesday and Thursday May 28 and 30.

Tuesday: beginners, cubs, juniors and seniors.

Scores out of 200 (15m): Wayne Revell 181 (Senior Sighted), Toby Revell 172 (Junior Sighted), Jesse Shepard 164 (Junior Sighted), Matt Phillipson 126 (Senior Longbow), Heath Revell 124 (Cub Sighted), Warren Hutchinson 122 (Senior Traditional Recurve), Ethan McDonough 118 (Junior Sighted), Daniel Bell 113 (Senior Sighted), Mark Koschker 94 (Senior Traditional Recurve), Sandie Mattes 11 (Senior Traditional Recurve Beginner).

Score out of 100: Nathan Kendell 94 (Senior Sighted).

Thursday: seniors, juniors and cubs.

Scores out of 300 (20m walk-up): Aurey Marsh 296 (Senior Sighted), Jeff Thompson 211 (Senior Traditional Recurve), Alan Wilson 202 (Senior Traditional Recurve), Warren Hutchinson 199 (Senior Traditional Recurve), Vern Mackey 185 (Senior Sighted). 

Score out of 200: Jesse Shepard 145 (Junior Sighted), Mitchell Firth 135 (Senior Longbow).

Next outdoor shoot (paper): Sunday June 16 at Bawden’s Bridge course; 10am start with sausage sandwiches and drinks available.

Winter camp-out is June 28/29/30; the club supplies camp oven meal on Saturday night for members and their families. There are novelty shoots – but we need numbers please.

Indoor archery: At 21 Turf Street Grafton, the river side of the railway line, via Fitzroy St.

Tuesday: From 6pm – beginners, cubs, juniors, and seniors. Thursday: From 6pm – seniors, juniors, cubs and anyone else who would like to come along.

 Jeff Thompson.

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