Grenville Field Target Club, August 28, 2022 Results

August 28, 2022 Jeff Hemming


RankName ClassTotalRifleScopePellet 
 WFTF PCP/60    
1Jacob Charlebois46Steyr LG110Sightron 10-50JSB 8.44 
2John Bradley45AR20FTHawke 10-50JSB 8.44 
3Denis StJean43AA S400FHawke 10-50H&N FTT 
4Tim MacSweynDNCSteyr LG100Leupold Comp 40XJSB 7.87 
 Open PCP/60    
1Richard Oszpar43Kral JumboDiscovery 4-24JSB 10.34 
 Hunter Division/120    
1Richard Tatisciore104ProSportHawke 4-16JSB 8.44 
2Blane Larone100TX200Hawke 4-16JSB 8.44 
3Andre N.(first match)81TX200Hawke 4-16JSB 8.44 
4Ryan Landry*65HW50Open SightsJSB 8.44 

            * Shot entire match standing

We had another perfect weather day with very light wind and the mosquitoes were greatly reduced due to spraying the shooting areas with garlic spray.  I say reduced because when I was out there before I sprayed, it was simply a cloud of the little vampires.

We had nine shooters in three classes, with four each in WFTF PCP and Hunter Piston.  Richard shot a good score of 43/60 in Open PCP, on a tough course.

The top two spots in the hunter division were well contested, with Richard edging out Blane by a few shots.  Andre, in his first official match, came third with a very respectable 81, followed by Ryan who shot the entire course standing, with a seven ft/lb gun, managing an impressive 65.

The guys in WFTF PCP were all bunched together, separated by three shots from first through third.  Jacob continues to improve and edged out John by one shot to claim first.  Denis was very close behind with a 43 to place third.

This match was shot on arguably the 10 hardest lanes at Grenville, making the scores even more impressive.  Thanks to the shooters for coming out and thanks to the GF&GC for providing us with a great facility and always supporting us.  The next Grenville match will be on September 11th, followed by the CAFTA Nationals on the following weekend, September 16th to the 18th, in Port Colborne.  Good luck to all the shooters at both matches.

Tim MacSweyn