Oct 21, 2014 Sports
Owner and Managing Director of Trophy Stall located at Bourda Market, Georgetown,
Mr. Ramesh Sunich is the sole sponsor of the Guyana Sport Shooting Federation (GSSF) inaugural Practical Pistol Match set for this Saturday at the GDF Yarrowcabra Ranges, Timehri.
At a simple ceremony yesterday afternoon, Mr. Ramesh Sunich, who is well known for his contributions to the development of sports in Guyana, handed over the trophies to the Federation’s Board members. Mr. Steve Ninvalle, Secretary who accepted on behalf of the federation and thanked Mr. Ramesh Sunich for his involvement in and support of sport shooting in Guyana.
Ms. Vidushi Persaud, GSSF President thanked Mr. Sunich for his un-hesitating support and encouragement towards the GSSF which is dedicated towards encouraging and promoting practical shooting amongst all Guyanese. She referred to the recent Match Invitation issued by Mr. Ryan McKinnon, Assistant Secretary/Treasurer and noted that the Rules for the upcoming Match will be in accordance with latest Handgun Rulebook.
The divisions which will be recognised are Production & Standard. There will be Prizes for the top three overall persons in each division. She thanked Mr. Sunich for the beautiful trophies which will be very much coveted on Saturday.
Vice-President and Match Director, Mr. Michael Blake indicated that the Match will be open to all established Practical Shooters of Guyana. Pre-registration is recommended so the Practical Shooters who are interested in having some safe sport shooting fun, can contact any Executive member of the GSSF or check the website which will soon be live, www.guyanasportshooting.com for further details.
Practical shooting is a sport that simultaneously measures the ability to shoot rapidly and accurately with a full power handgun in a fun, fair, safe, competitive environment. Three elements – speed, accuracy and power – form the three sides of the practical shooting triangle. Each match measures a shooter’s ability in all three elements.
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