Nagambie second in pennant shoot

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A CLOUDLESS BLUE SKY BUT: Why all the intense concentration at the 800 yard mound?  Lurking over the shoulders of the shooters from five clubs on the Karramomus Range was a freezing and very fickle wind that tested the teams, coaches and shooters to the limit. PHOTO: Robert Chaff

THE second round of the long range Chas Hayes memorial pennant was shot over 800 and 900 yards at the Karramomus range last Saturday, the last day of winter.

True to form, ‘out of the wind’ it was the most perfect winter’s day but on the open plains at Karramomus it was a nightmare.

The cold fickle wind cut the scores from that at Katandra only two weeks ago and it was the highly experienced Shepparton/Nathalia team that was victorious.

Shepparton/Nathalia was the only team to crack 590 points (on handicap) with a 591.23.

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