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Queensland Championships 2018 – Results

2018 Champions

Air Rifle

Prone

Bench

3 Position

2 Day Totals

2DAYProneGrades

2DAYBenchGrades

 

Day 1

Prone

PR60DAY1

PR60DAY1Junior

PR60DAY1U18

PR60DAY1Agrade

PR60DAY1Bgrade

PR60DAY1Cgrade

PR60DAY1Dgrade

 

 

 

Bench

BENCHDAY1Regulars

BENCHDAY1Junior

BENCHDAY1BenchSil

BENCHDAY1BenchA

BENCHDAY1BenchB

BENCHDAY1BenchC

 

 

 

 

Air

Air 60 Shot

AR60Final

AR60Regulars

AR60Junior

AR60Agrade

AR60Bgrade

AR60Cgrade

Supported Air 30 Shot

AR30SUPOpen 

AR30SUPJunior

Day 2

Prone

PR60DAY2Regulars

PR60DAY2Junior

PR60DAY2Agrade

PR60DAY2Bgrade

PR60DAY2Cgrade

PR60DAY2Dgrade

Bench

BENCHDAY2Bench

BENCHDAY2BenchA

BENCHDAY2BenchB

BENCHDAY2BenchC

BENCHDAY2BenchSil

Day 3

3 Position Championship

3PRegulars

3PJunior

3PBgrade

3PCgrade

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TRA Nationals 2018 Results

TRA Nationals 2018 – Results

Champions

Day 1

Day2

Day3

Day4

Day5

Qld State Championships 17 Results

Qld State Championships 17 Results

Qld Champs 17 Day 1 – Results

AR60-Final     AR60-Men

AR40-Final   AR40-Women

AR40-Men  AR60-Women    AR30Supported-Overall

50mRifleSaturday-Prone     50mRifleSaturday-Bench

50mProne-Final    50mRifleSunday-Prone     50mRifleSunday-Bench

3 x 20 Qualification     3 x 40

Results 2017

Queensland Cup 2017 – Results Queensland Cup 2017

Childers Cup 2017 – Childers Cup Results

Queensland Silhouette Championships – Qld Silhouette Champs Results

Presidents Report 2016

Presidents Report 2016

Author: Alan Smith 18/2/2017

2016 for QTS was a year of transition with significant changes and challenges.

We sadly farewelled some loved friends of our sport.

Barry Hilzinger, who tirelessly contributed right up to his passing with QTS committee work. Barry
was a formidable competitor and a wonderful helper at all levels. We also lost John Hansford from
Paramount who served his club his entire adult life. They were taken too soon will be sadly missed.

Let us take a minutes silence as we remember them.

We were proud to have 3 members representing us at the highest level at the Rio Olympics and
Paralympics. Bradley Mark, Dane Sampson and Natalie Smith all shot with distinction and are to be
congratulated for their dedication and sacrifice.

Many of our members excelled at State, national and international level with Dane having an
outstanding start to the year with wonderful results in Europe and winning in Sydney last
weekend. Great to see Bradley Lovett a close second to Dane in the prone. The ongoing
commitment from Shane Jones, Janelle Rossiter, Rod and Robyn Sampson and Jamie Webb and at
Nationals and youth nationals cannot go without our heartfelt thanks. I would also like to thank
Ann Bugden and Cynthia Jones for their continued outstanding volunteer help with the wheelies.

We currently have 3 members in Shooting Australia high performance squads.

Glenn McMurtrie
Dane Sampson
Natalie Smith
and a few more knocking on the door.

My congratulations to the RBA shooters selected for the WRABF World Cup in Slovenia in August.

Stuart Elliot, Annie Elliot, Bob Mulder, Bill Simmons, John Patzwald, Greg Schneider, Roy Muller,
and Patrick Sullivan.

With the Commonwealth Games only 14 months away we wish all those aspiring to make the
team good shooting and good luck. Unfortunately IPC events are not part of the Games. But there
are World Cups, Oceania’s and the World Champs in South Korea next year to strive for.

I reflect back to last year’s AGM where we truly expected the redevelopment of our State range to
have been completed by now. Challenges associated with the Shotgun range and approvals caused
a delay in commencement but as we can see the Jim Smith range has been transformed over the
past 6 months and now nears expected completion by the end of May.We also have a transformation
to a joint facility as the State range of Qld Target Sports and Pistol
Shooting QLD. QTS and PSQ management have been working on the structure of a new entity to
manage the facility and the formation of Brisbane International Shooting Centre BISC is complete.

We thank all those whose vision and enthusiasm to embrace such a change that has created BISC.

I have the honour of being elected Chair with Sharyn Petersen from PSQ as company secretary,
Janelle as finance director, Rex as administrator and Michele Sandstrom as co-ordinator of sub
committees.

A workshop was recently held in preparation of the formal foundation with utilisation of the
facility a key topic. I thank all those who contributed so willingly. The first sub-committee has
been formed to suggest an IT and Security framework for BISC. We have many challenges and
many opportunities to grow our sport. With a groundswell of support and an eagerness to
embrace the opportunity presented to us from members and friends of our association, we can
only hope to prosper.

Our clubs are the heart of our association and we continue to grow our base. Unfortunately
Maryborough Club is still trying to secure tenure of their range after so many setbacks. I wish
them all success. Thanks to all who continue to assist in club development through work in the
areas of, safety, coaching and enablement through workshops, demonstrations of formats that
can help make our clubs welcoming and fostering environments for current and future members. I
believe that we can work more closely with PSQ to grow our club and member base for the benefit
of both organisations. We have more in common than we realise.

The hosting of the Commonwealth Games brings with it a generational opportunity for many of
our members to be involved in what will be a truly magnificent world class event on a world class
facility.

The next 18 months are going to be probably the busiest in the history of our small association.

The programme of events is a little daunting but with help from all and combined effort, I am
positive it will also be the most enjoyable, rewarding and memorable in history as well. With
several international events on the agenda most of us will welcome the opportunity to meet and
get to know many of the international shooters coaches and officials. I can testify that life long
friendships (and even some romances) often start at these events.

I encourage you all to volunteer and embrace for what will be for many, a once in a lifetime
opportunity.

A huge thankyou to our management committee for you time commitment and support.

Especially to Janelle, Robyn and Rex who’s work ethic never ceases to amaze me. I look forward to
welcoming some new members to the committee this year and wish everyone straight shooting.

Alan Smith

Belmont Jim Smith Range Access.

30 May 2016

The range was closed and the final working bee held on 28/29 May.

3 March 2016

The Belmont range is still open. There will be a working bee in the future, watch this space for future updates.

State Silhouette Championships 2015

Gympie Small Bore Rifle and Silhouette Club Inc. are hosting the 2015 Qld State Silhouette Championships. 

Please find attach the program for the weekend.  State Silhouette Championships 15

Nominations will be done on the Saturday before the shoot, followed by a BBQ Dinner and breakfast on Sunday morning.  

Bundaberg Challenge 15

Bundaberg will be conducting the Bundy Challenge shoot over the week end 1 – 2 Aug. For more info please read the attached Program and Nomination form.

Program – BUNDABERG CHALLENGE PROGRAM 2015

Nomination Form – BUNDABERG CHALLENGE SHOOT NOMINATION FORM

ASG 15; 4 – 5 July

ASG Entry Form 2015

Childers Cup 15; 20 – 21 Jun 15

 Childers Cup 15 Program – Childers Cup 2015