CLAY target shooters travelled from as far as Perth and Ongerup to compete in the Wagin Gun Club’s shoot last weekend.
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The contested event was 100 continental, which involves the targets not only varying in the direction they travel away from the shooter, but also in their height.

Luke Fisher from Ongerup returned to the sport in fine form by winning the day with an impressive score of 98/100.

Pas Carbone continued his good form to be awarded the handicap winner for the day and Narrogin’s Neil Suckling finished second.

Jim West shot well which followed on from his great performance at the recent Busselton Two-Day Carnival, where he picked up first in A-grade in every event on the Saturday.

The club will next host a shoot on June 17 at 9.30am, with everyone welcome.

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