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Mothers Day Field and Game Results

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Last weekend 22 competitors enjoyed perfect conditions on Mothers Day at the Loxton Sporting Clays range for the State Qualifying Shoot that Loxton Field & Game hosted on Behalf of South Australian Field & Game Association.

Visitors travelled from Mt Gambier, Adelaide and towns around the Riverland to compete in the 75 Target event sponsored by Nickolai Engineering and Loxton Irrigation.

In the AA Grade Alex Button from Adelaide took out first place with a score of 66/75, coming in at second place was Adelaide’s John Torresan with a score of 63/75. In the A Grade, Loxton Field and Game president Ray Pash took out first place, scoring 65/75 and in second was Renmark’s Colin Nunn with a score of 60/75. In B Grade Wendel Litchfield from Adelaide took out first on count back, scoring 52/75 and in second place was Adelaide’s Dave Gagnon.

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