Jul 17, 2019 Sports Comments Off on Romalho wins back to back GuyanaNRA Record Shoots Goodluck and Felicien record possibles at 300 and 500 Ranges
Following his win one week ago with an aggregate score of 118 points and 6Vbulls, Leo Romalho repeated as champion of the latest Guyana National Rifle Association Record Shoot held on Sunday last at the Timehri Rifle Range, Yarrowkabra, Linden, Soesdyke Highway.
Despite notching two points less than the previous week, Romalho recorded enough Vbulls to stave off a stern test from fellow marksman, Sherwin Felicien who also tallied 116 points, the same as Romalho. The difference was 7Vbulls to 5Vbulls.
Based on reports from the ranges, the day was hot with the wind factor being high strength to still switching from left to right with equal strength.
The mirage was running and if attention wasn’t paid to same, it would have resulted in the shooter losing the shot. As it turned out, the shooter who held his nerves came out victor.
And two possible were recorded on the day, veteran Ransford Goodluck was first to do so at the 300 Yards Range (50.5), he also ended with the most Vbulls for the day, 9. The other was recorded by Sherwin Felicien at the 500 Yards Range, 35.0.
Following are the full scores for the day:
Name 300 500 600 Aggregate
Leo Romalho 49.2 33.2 34.3 116.7
Sherwin Felicien 47.2 35.0 34.3 116.5
Ransford Goodluck 50.5 30.1 34.3 114.9
Roberto Tewari 47.3 32.1 34.2 113.6
Peter Persaud 47.1 33.2 30.1 110.4
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