The Timehri Rifle Ranges was once more on fire when the Guyana National Rifle Association (GuyanaNRA) held its latest Recorded Shoot. Veteran marksman and the reigning National Individual champion, Ransford Goodluck turned the tables on another top shot, Lennox Braithwaite to emerge victorious in this latest face off.
Goodluck tallied 97.8 out of a possible 100 with scores of 49.4 at the 300 yards and 48.4 at the 600 yards distances. Braithwaite, who had a perfect score at the last shoot, dropped four points at the 300 yards which turned out to be detrimental, shooting 46.4.
He bounced back with a 49.3 at the 600 yards to end with a total of 95.7. However that was not enough, as Goodluck maintained the lead. Claiming the third place was Leo Romalho with a total of 95.6.
Romalho was tied with Goodluck at the 300 yards range with 49.4, but the strong competition saw him dropping four points at the 600 yards to end with a score of 46.2. Romalho edged National Fullbore Vice-Captain Dylan Fields by a single point, having tallied 94.4.
Sherwin Felicien tallied 92.4, Peter Persaud 87.2 and Lt. Col. Terrence Stuart 80.2.
The GuyanaNRA wishes to thank Mr. Harold Hopkinson who recently assisted Mr. Lennox Braithwaite with full sponsorship of over one million dollars to attend the 150th Anniversary of the Imperial Shoot at Bisley, England.
Due to the high costs attached in attending, other shooters are finding it difficult to attend and represent the nation. We commend his company, Secure Innovations & Concepts Inc, for their timely corporate response to our call.
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